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Los Cabos Magazine #43

The Directory Your guide to Los Cabos activities By Beto Haro From left: Cabo Mar is known for its festive Fiesta dinner cruise; enjoy smooth jazz and even smoother sailing aboard Tropicat. There’s a reason Los Cabos has become the spring break capital of the world. While many parts of the United States and Canada are still shoveling snow, we’re enjoying optimal swimsuit weather. Take a dip in the water or catch one last whale watching tour; these majestic creatures shine in their final encore performances before heading north for the summer. Spring temps are also perfect for exploring Los Cabos’ desert-like terrain: Ride a camel, zip over valleys, or take a plunge from a high-in-thesky gondola. You’ll get details on all these activities and more in “The Directory,” Los Cabos Magazine’s regular guide to adventure. Hit the Water Buccaneer Queen: This beast of a boat commands the sea as the primier pirate ship in all of Los Cabos, a region known for its pirate-y past. Intimindating as this 96-foot replica of an ancient pirate’s galleon may be, it offers tours that even 56 Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 Cabo Flyboard: Fly like a superhero over the Cabo San Lucas Bay with professional Flyboard, Hoverboard, and Jetpack lessons. If you are looking for a cool and unique experience, then you have to try this! Cabo Flyboard pioneered hydro flight in Los Cabos, and it offers lessons for kids 8 and up. Behind Casa Dorada Hotel and Mango Deck at Médano Beach, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 1430146, www.cabofly board.com. MasterCard, Visa, AmEx, PayPal accepted. V $$$–$$$$ Cabo Mar: It’s a fact. Margaritas taste better in Cabo. That’s especially true when you pair them with the laidback luxury of Cabo Mar’s famous Fiesta dinner cruise. The good-natured crew is attentive, fun loving, and anything but stingy when it comes to pouring cocktails at the all-you-candrink national bar. There’s a restaurant quality dinner buffet and so many sunset views you’ll likely need to bring an extra memory card for your camera. Camino del Cerro 215, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-3797, Courtesy Pez Gato (2) the most wee of sailors will enjoy. Bring the whole family for a midday snorkel tour that includes lunch and all you can drink. Other options include whale watching (in season) and a show-stopping sunset tour. Dock 1, Cabo San Lucas Marina, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 144-4217, www.buccaneerloscabos.com. MasterCard and Visa accepted. V $–$$ Cabo Expeditions: A pioneer in eco-friendly tourism, Cabo Expeditions offers myriad ways for outdoors enthusiasts to explore Los Cabos and the greater Baja Peninsula. Swim with whale sharks. Kayak. Parasail. Take your kids on a fun submarine adventure. Even listen as whales perform an unforgettable concert under a sky dripping with stars. There are also expeditions to Isla Espíritu Santo, where guests can swim with playful sea lions, as well as a multiday expedition to see whales up and down Baja. Cabo San Lucas Marina, (624) 143-2700, www .caboexpeditions.com.mx. Master- Card and Visa accepted. V $–$$$


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