Things To Do in Cabo San Lucas with Kids
Tourists often think of Cabo San Lucas as an adult-oriented location in Mexico, but the whole family will find plenty of exciting things to do in Cabo San Lucas with kids. Bring your energetic, thoughtful, animal-loving youngsters to this spot on the tip of the Baja Peninsula and prepare to be tired out.
Riding with Camels
Wild Canyon is one of the premier adventure companies in Cabo San Lucas. Take your kids on a 40-minute camel ride with knowledgeable guides. You can save with a Los Cabos Passport card which provides two-for-one deals at Wild Canyon. Other adventures include the Sling Swinger zipline (suitable for ages 8 and up) and ATV rides. Visit their ecological park filled with rescued animals which could include iguanas, exotic birds, and prairie dogs. Almost everyone’s favorite moment is having their picture taken with a crocodile.
When you’re talking about things to do in Cabo San Lucas with kids, remember that kids of all ages usually love anything that has to do with animals. Horseback riding is a popular pastime with local tourists: relaxing, slow-paced, and safe with guidance from professional guides. They’ll keep you and your children hydrated and teach you about the coastal world around you in English or Spanish. Take advantage of a half-price deal by using your Passport card when booking a horseback ride with your child aged 8 years or older.
On the Sea, in the Sea
Youngsters usually like water, so here are some more things to do in Cabo San Lucas with kids, all situated on or in the water. Book a whale watching tour or ride in a glass-bottomed boat. Learn how to scuba, dive or snorkel. Hire kayaks or paddle boards. All of these adventures are available at a discount when you use your card. Whether children are energetic, prefer to observe and learn, or a little of both, parents can give their sons and daughters what they want from a holiday in Mexico without worrying about money. Los Cabos Passport member deals help them pay for everything from sight-seeing to feeding hungry youngsters at the end of a long, adventurous day.