Cabo San Lucas is in—for its rowdy nightlife, its slew of trendy restaurants, and its lively beaches. The sportfishing fleet is headquartered here, cruise ships anchor off the marina, and there's a massive hotel on every available plot of waterfront turf. A pedestrian walkway lined with restaurants, bars, and shops anchored by the sleek Puerto Paraíso mall curves around Cabo San Lucas harbor, itself packed with yachts. View more
Explore Baja California's rugged desert aboard a Jeep Wrangler during this tour. Your destination is La Candelaria - a small oasis village in the middle of the desert.
After being assigned to your vehicle, set out across the desert caravan-style, following your local guide. Along the drive, your guide will introduce you to the local flora and fauna that is indigenous to the Baja region.
There are several working ranches en route to La Candelaria, where herds of cows and goats roam the roads. Keep your camera ready as there are many photo opportunities along the way. Upon arrival, a refreshing snack and local drink is served at the boarding school, which is home to approximately 75 students during the school week. (A portion of your tour cost will be used to purchase supplies and materials for the school).
Continue your vist to the village with a stop at an artisan's studio, who specializing in ceramic pots and watercolor paintings. There are not always samples available for viewing, as the works are in high demand. Back in the convoy, continue your exploration down one of Baja's largest river washes until it reaches the Pacific Ocean.
Beach and Relaxation
At the beach, approximately 20 minutes of free time will be available to comb the beach for shells or just relax and watch the waves crashing on the shore. All too soon, it is time to re-board your vehicle and travel back to the Welcome Station along Baja's famed Highway 1. From here, you will transfer back to the port and your awaiting ship.
Please note: This tour is sold per vehicle and will accommodate up to 4 guests. When requesting this excursion, only one person in the party needs to request one ticket. This tour involves an extensive amount of strenuous driving over bumpy and uneven gravel and dirt roads. This tour is recommended for guests in good physical condition. This tour is not suitable for pregnant women or guests with back problems, guests with limited mobility, guests who utilise a wheelchair, guests with heart problems, or guests with asthma, epilepsy or diabetes. Guests are advised to wear lightweight clothing, and sun protection. The beach visited is not a swimming beach. Jeeps are standard shift transmissions and are four-wheel-drive. Minimum age for drivers is 25 years and older, passengers must be at least 5 years or older as car seats are not available. Guests wishing to drive must present a valid driver's license and must also know how to drive a vehicle with automatic transmission if selecting the Jeep Wrangler. Total driving distance is approximately 45-55 miles. Total drive time is approximately two hours, with 1.5 hours being off-road. Route and destination contained in tour may vary depending on local weather and road conditions. Signature on liability waiver and rental contract is required before participation. This tour includes a small snack or tasting of local specialties. The snack is not a meal.
Come and smell the fresh salt air as you ride your horse along the mighty Pacific Ocean. If you have ever wanted to ride a horse on a beach, then don't miss this opportunity as there are few places in the world like this.
A 30-minute drive along Baja's will take you to a quaint sea-side ranch where your horses will be waiting. After brief instructions, you and your horse will begin a leisurely one-hour beach ride along this secluded beach.
Your tour begins with a short ride to the beach where you are met by the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. Your beach ride will take you atop a bluff right over the water where from January through March you may be able to spot the migrant whales swimming along their way. The contrast between desert and sea is one that can only be experienced first hand.
Once returning to the ranch, you will have a chance to visit Cactus recreational Center and their aviary. On the return trip to the pier, you have the option to be dropped off at the main swimming beach or downtown to do some last minute shopping.
Please note: This tour is recommended for guests in good physical condition. This tour is not suitable for guests who suffer from back, neck or knee conditions, nor is it suitable for guests who may be pregnant. As the conditions may be dusty, guests with respiratory conditions should choose another touring programme. Guests should wear sun protection, closed-toe shoes and long pants for more comfort in the saddle. Maximum weight for participants is 250 lbs. (113 kg.) and the minimum age is 12.
Indulge your senses at the only adults-only paradise on Cabo San Lucas during this relaxing, half-day excursion to the idyllic Breathless Beach Resort.
Breathless Beach Resort, Infinity Pool, Medano Beach and Pacific Ocean
Depart the pier for the short drive to the Breathless Beach Resort, an idyllic seaside oasis where relaxation is ensured and a host of tropical pleasures await your arrival. During your sun-splashed getaway, you can take a dip in the serene Infinity Pool, relax on the pristine, soft sands of Medano Beach and swim in the inviting waters of the blue Pacific Ocean.
Buffet Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments
In addition, you can enjoy a superb breakfast buffet and, later on, lunch might include Mexican specialties such as ceviche, seafood, paella, tostadas, and quesadillas. Sip premium domestic cocktails and tropical drinks from the open bar, or, better yet, have you cocktail brought to your spot on the sand. Free Wi-Fi is also available should you wish to post some snapshots of your time in paradise.
Resort Amenities and Shopping
If you'd like to take a break from the sun, you can indulge in a host of resort amenities, or browse the nearby boutiques for some of the best shopping in Cabo. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the short drive back to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking for approximately 394 yards (about 360 metres), with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach. This tour is suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear a swimsuit under a cover-up with beach shoes, and bring sun protection, a towel and change of clothing from the ship. Guests must be at least 18 years old to participate on this tour. Guests must be at least 21 years old to be served alcoholic beverages. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions. Space on this tour is very limited; we suggest you book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Experience Cabo by sea and land on this introductory excursion that explores the areas highlights. See Land's End, visit a glass blowing factory and the mission church of San Jose del Cabo on a coastal, panoramic drive.
Begin your adventure at the pier as you board a catamaran for a 40-minute trip to the very tip of the longest, most desolate, and perhaps most beautiful peninsula in the world. A short ride brings you to pristine beaches, towering rock formations and the famed El Arco at 'Land's End', a dramatic natural rock monument that arches starkly out of the sea. Enjoy a complimentary beverage onboard as an enlightened narration by Jean Michel Cousteau comments on the underwater life, wildlife, ecology and major points of interest in the area, including the early history of Baja California.
Looking landwards, you see that Cabo San Lucas lays claim to miles of unspoiled beaches, little coves and impressive Hotels. Admire the unforgettable view of Land's End, its famed arch and the ship at anchor in the Bay of Cabo San Lucas.
Panoramic Drive - San Jose Del Cabo
After your scenic boat ride and brief walk to the coaches, a short drive takes you to a local glass blowing factory. Here, observe the talents of native craftsmen. Afterwards, get a different perspective of the cape region, striking in appearance, from its arid desert setting and white sand coves, to its swaying palm trees and the deep blue sea. Your drive takes you north to view the contrasting coastal scenery before arriving at San Jose del Cabo, a picturesque town. Visit the local mission church and its shady tree-lined plaza.
Continue to a Restaurant with a sweeping panoramic view of the Bay of Cabo San Lucas, where you enjoy a complementary beverage and views of the bay, El Arco and your ship at anchor. Finally the coach returns to the ship, or if time allows; you may have the option to drop off in town and return to the ship independently.
Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking. Guests must be able to negotiate five steps to embark and disembark the vessel without assistance; as a result, this tour is not suitable for guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear flat, comfortable walking shoes, sun protection and cover their shoulders to enter the mission. The tour sequence may vary. Operation of this tour is subject to favourable weather conditions.
Baja California's peninsula is known for its dramatic scenery of desert terrain and rugged coastline marked by many unusual formations. This excursion will introduce you to the sights from a land perspective
Panoramic Drive and San José del Cabo
Board your air-conditioned motorcoach and travel through Baja California desert terrain and by rugged coastal rock formations to a local glass-blowing factory, where you watch artisans at work. Journey to the picturesque village of San José del Cabo, where you have some free time to browse, visit the mission church, or explore the tree-lined plaza.
Continue to a restaurant with a sweeping panoramic view of the Bay of Cabo San Lucas, where you enjoy a complimentary beverage and views of the bay, El Arco and your ship at anchor. Finally the coach returns to the ship, or if time allows; you may have the option to drop off in town and return to the ship independently.
Please note: This tour involves a minimal amount of walking. Guests must be able to negotiate five steps to embark and disembark the coach without assistance; as a result, this tour is not suitable for guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear flat, comfortable walking shoes, sun protection and cover their shoulders to enter the mission. The tour sequence may vary. Operation of this tour is subject to favourable weather conditions. A minimum number of guests per guide is required to operate this programme.
Join in the search for the ocean's largest denizens during this relaxing catamaran tour along the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Coast.
Each year, the waters of the Sea of Cortez host thousands of whales during their annual migration towards the warmer tides. Among the species that may be seen spouting and breaching include California grey whales, finbacks, humpbacks and the mighty blue whales, the largest mammals on earth. Whale-watching is a favourite pastime in this locale; keep your cameras poised. The Cousteau Society has done some of its best filmmaking in these waters.
After receiving a safety briefing by your guide, depart the pier aboard a comfortable motorised catamaran for a coastal cruise along the Sea of Cortéz and Pacific Coast. En route, take in breathtaking landscapes, pristine beaches, secluded coves and the famous arch at Land's End, along with the spectacular golf resorts and residential developments. Your coastal whale-watching cruise concludes back at the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a minimal amount of walking, and is suitable for all guests able to board the boat with minimal assistance. Guests are advised to wear lightweight clothing, comfortable soft-soled shoes, and sun protection. Refreshments and snacks are served on board the boat. The typical season for whale sightings runs from December through March. Although whale sightings are common during this time of the year, they are not guaranteed. Vessel may not be exclusive to Silversea guests.
Depart the pier for the 30-minute transfer to Cabo Del Sol Golf Resort. Upon arrival, register at the clubhouse and receive any rental equipment you have reserved and head out to the first tee on the Desert Course.
This masterful Tom Weiskopf designed course features mesmerizing ocean views from all 18 holes, each artfully sculpted through incredible natural surroundings. A unique combination of desert and ocean, canyon-like arroyos and a variety of foliage creates a breathtaking backdrop as well as a significant challenge.
The course varies in length from 4,810 to 7,100 with undulating greens, challenging elevation changes and dramatic bunkering. The Desert Course is rated #6 in all of México by Golf Digest placing it behind only The Ocean Course among Los Cabos' resort golf offerings.
Please note: Tour requires moderate activity and includes green fees, shared cart and roundtrip transportation. Proper golf attire is required. Rental requirements must be requested at the Shore Concierge Office in advance and are paid directly to the pro shop. Rates: Taylor-Made clubs-$65.00, Bucket of practice range balls-$33.00, Sleeve of new balls-$20.00. Course Information: 18 Holes, 7049 yards, par 72, slope rating 141, average round time 4 hours 30 minutes. Rates subject to change without notice during peak season.
Salsa making has never been so much fun. Enjoy a hands-on cooking experience and learn to make not one, not two, but multiple authentic Salsas, three different kinds of Margaritas and learn to Dance Salsa in four easy steps.
Follow along as two 'Dancing Chefs' instruct you on how to make a variety of authentic Salsas such as: Firey Red Salsa, Tangy Green Salsa, Oaxacan Guacamole, Pico de Gallo, Mango/Melon Mix Salsa, Tropical Salsa and a Rompope Dessert Salsa. Also learn how to make an authentic Margarita and a frozen strawberry Margarita.
You'll be trying your culinary creations with tasty cheese quesadillas, crispy taquitos and freshly fried corn chips. Try an assortment of drinks, including all-you-can-drink lime and strawberry Margaritas and Jamaica Tea (Hibiscus Herbal Tea) and purified water.
Once you have mastered your cooking skills, your dance instructor will have you moving and swinging to the soulful sounds of Salsa music.
Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of activity and is not suitable for guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to be served alcoholic beverages. All minors must be accompanied by an adult.