From snorkeling past vividly-hued coral reefs just beyond our door to horseback riding through a deep desert canyon, let us guide you through the exhilarating adventures Baja California has to offer.
Adventures on Land
Hike through a UNESCO-protected biosphere
Whether it’s a serene stroll through the historic San José del Cabo Estuary (a favorite with visiting birdwatchers for the endangered Belding’s Yellowthroat), a trek to the gorgeous tiered waterfalls near Santiago or a steep ascent up El Picacho in the UNESCO-protected Sierra de la Laguna mountain range, you’ll get an entirely different view of Baja.
Experience Los Cabos on horseback
Create an everlasting memory and experience the beauty of Los Cabos on horseback, all the while attended by professional guides and experienced horses. Horseback riding is suitable for all ages. Riders can explore the beach or the sandy arroyos, with spectacular views in all directions. A morning horseback riding experience with your whole family or your love is an idyllic way to start your day together.
Adventures on Land
Explore the Baja outback via dune buggy or ATV
Ride a camel in the Baja outback
Take a private Jeep tour into the Baja outback
Adventures on the Sea
Go on a whale-watching photo safari
You’re going whale watching, so pack your camera and binoculars for an exhilarating adventure. The guides are respectful of the whales while still getting close enough that you’ll feel the splash as their tails slap the water and capture vivid action shots. Keep your eyes peeled, and you may even spot dolphins and sea lions.
- Various boats are available depending on the size of the group
Tour Cabo San Lucas Bay by boat and San José del Cabo on land
We’ll explore Cabo San Lucas Bay’s stunning Land’s End area, getting up close to the iconic Arch, Sea Lion’s Colony, and Lover’s Beach by glass-bottom boat. Back on shore, you’ll visit the Blown Glass Factory, where you’ll marvel at the breathtakingly precise—and risky—art of handblown glass. Then you’ll ride up the 33-km Tourist Corridor, surrounded by stunning views of both the desert and coastline of the Sea of Cortez. At San José del Cabo, you’ll gallery hop and take in a tequila tasting before enjoying a traditional lunch.
Venture on a deep sea fishing trip
Each year there are more striped marlin caught within 20 miles of Cabo San Lucas than any other place in the world. The deep-water canyons at the mouth of Cabo San Lucas harbor and the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez create favorable fishing conditions for a number of other prized catch, including mahi-mahi, swordfish, grouper and wahoo. One recent angler who netted eight yellowfin tuna and a 140-pound striped marlin over two days of fishing said, “It was a dream come true."
- Vessels range from a 28-ft. standard cruiser to a 120-ft. tri-deck yacht
- Upon your return, TnT’s chef can use your catch to prepare dishes from fish tacos to sashimi and ceviche
- Half-day and full-day tours available
Sail the tranquil waters of the Sea of Cortez
Climb on board, then lie back on the soft deck cushions as we set sail by some of Cabo’s most gorgeous spots, including the distinctive Arch and Lover’s Beach. Keep your eyes peeled for the always-bustling sea lion colony, and look out for other incredible sea life, from dolphins and rays, and in winter, humpback whales spouting in the distance. If you’re feeling adventurous, jump in the waters to swim, snorkel or stand-up paddleboard in the calm waters. French explorer Jacques Cousteau famously called the Sea of Cortez “the world’s aquarium.” Come and see why.
- Duration 4.5 hours
Go on a sunset sail through Cabo Bay
Lie back on the soft deck cushions as we set sail by some of Cabo’s most gorgeous spots—including the distinctive Arch and Lover’s Beach—made all the more spectacular under the rich, maroon glow of a Cabo sunset. There’s nothing more romantic than sailing the waters off Cabo as the crimson sun dips into the blue waters of the Pacific.
- Private sunset cruises can also be arranged