Arch Tour - Glass Bottom Boat
Baja California is the second-longest peninsula in the world and helps form the Gulf of California, one of the most biologically diverse seas on the planet. It terminates in the picturesque Arch of Cabo San Lucas. During this tour we'll visit the famous rock formation "The Arch" and we'll also visit the Sea Lion's Colony, Pelican Rock, Neptune Finger, Lover's and Divorce Beach. You can also look at the banks of fish that swim under our boats with the clear glass bottoms. You have the option to get off the boat and stay at Lover's Beach and Divorce Beach to enjoy a walk, go for a swim, or take a sunbath. Stay as long as you want. We will pick you up later.
We board from the Marina in downtown Cabo San Lucas (For map location CLICK HERE). All boats are insured and have permits for operation. They are all equipped with life jackets. There will always be a well trained guide on board to help you get the most out of your adventure. We will email/contact you regarding the location on where to meet after you book. This will include the address, GPS coordinates, map, and contact information for the person to meet at the dock.
Caution: Swimming by the Pacific side at Divorce Beach is not allowed & can be very Dangerous!
45 Minute Tour - Leaves Daily at 9, 11, 1, 3, & 4:00pm Note: If another time is needed, please let us know.
Certified Bilingual Guide - Comes with Slight Accent
Life Jackets - All Sizes
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$30 $15 usd - Pay $8 deposit now. Pay $7 at time of Arrival.
Not included and is left to individual discretion.
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