Adventures Ashore: Cabo San Lucas

In addition to snorkeling, Booze Cruising, and whale watching, there are plenty other things to do in Cabo San Lucas even if you have a short time as we did.  We were only in port for 48 hours, and we were determined to make the most of it.

Initially, we wanted to rent a waverunner! Then, we heard some not so great stories about waverunners in Cabo involving accidents so we decided we wanted to play it safe. Besides, after snorkeling a full day and being a cruise, we figured we had a good amount of time on water. We thought ATV riding would be safer. At least we’d get helmets and stuff.

Migrino Beach

We booked the Migrino Beach Tour, and decided to share an ATV for less than $35/each for the 3 hour tour.  This was definitely Richard’s highlight of our trip (after the unlimited Dos Equis from the Jungle Cruise).

Getting Geared Up

Jeans are definitely a good decision for the excursion.  You are provided the helmet, goggles, and questionably worn bandanas for your ride.  Once you’re geared up, you’re off with your guide, following the path to the beach!

We hit the sand, got some amazing views, and some great memories.

Riding to Migrino Beach with Angela and Ellis

We let the guys take a solo ride. Richard would eventually flip over in a dip and have the ATV on top of him.

We went from riding the ground to flying through the air later that day.  We went parasailing with Sky Kings Parasailing for $30/per person compared to the $90/per person the cruise was charging.

We were able to take a private boat ride and that's us up there!

View from the Sky

Weeeee!!!!!

Hey, there's our boat!

These were 2 of our adventures for our time in Cabo San Lucas.  If we would’ve had more time, we likely would’ve risked it and rented waverunners, damaged our livers more at Cabo Wabo Cantina, and made our way to lover’s beach.  Until next time Meh-hee-co!

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Booze Cruise: Cabo San Lucas
To Cruise, or Not to Cruise: That is the Question.
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