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Recommended Shore Excursions in Cabo San Lucas

Recommended Shore Excursions in Cabo San Lucas

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Of the 22 excursions offered by Disney Cruise Line, here are our recommended port adventures for first-time visitors to Cabo San Lucas:

Low Budget: Though there are many under-$100 excursions here, none are remarkable for value. You'll find several nearly interchangeable snorkel tours that include views of Los Arcos. If you'd rather stay dry, we suggest Coastal Highlights (CL10, $55/$39 ages 3-9, 4-4.5 hours) which takes you to San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas' glassblowing factory. 

Big Budget: Strangely, there are few ways to spend big bucks. Cabo del Sol Golf (CL02, $319 ages 10 and up) and Cabo Dolphin Trainer Program (CL40, $359 ages 12 and up, ) will occupy your entire day in port. Cabo San Lucas Sport Fishing (CL04, $209 ages 10 and up, 5.5 to 6 hours) is our personal choice, but it's all a matter of taste.

Nature: Most nature experiences here involve snorkeling or scuba, which we cover in Active (below). All Mexican ports seem to include dolphin encounters—there's no particular reason for us to call out any particular port or encounter. If you want to do this, do it! Though Disney lists several "seasonal" whale watching excursions, only one 2016-2017scheduled visit to Cabo falls in season (December-April). That leaves Camel & Mexican Outback Adventure (CL24, $124/$104 ages 6-9, 4-4.5 hours), which we do find intriguing. We think the 15-minute camel ride's a gimmick, but we're always suckers for a nature walk. The added cultural workshops and lunch make this an interesting combo.

Active: Cabo Canyon Adventure (CL21, $104 ages 8 and up, 5-5.5 hours) takes our first prize. We love the idea of rock climbing, rappelling, ziplining, and the rest in a natural, mountainous setting. Of the snorkel trips, we pick Snorkel & Sea Adventure (CL58, $79/$69 ages 3-9, 3-3.5 hours) thanks to the included water scooters for power-snorkeling and the option to kayak.

Cultural: Salsa and Salsa  (CL54, $95/$65 ages 2-9, 3-3.5 hours) is now available in three Mexican ports, so they must be doing something right. Salsa-making and margarita-mixing aren't the height of culinary challenges, but when you add salsa dance lessons to the (potentially) tipsy proceedings... it's gotta be fun!

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