The Best Cabo San Lucas Tours for Adrenaline Junkies

For the adrenaline junkies or vacationers who want to do more than lay on a beach, these Cabo San Lucas tours will push you out of your comfort zone.
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When tourists begin to plan their trip to Cabo San Lucas, they generally start off dreaming about delicious, refreshing drinks, shimmering nightlife, and beautiful sandy beaches. However, as more visitors than ever before are beginning to realize, there are a number of exciting adventures and opportunities waiting in Cabo San Lucas.

For the adrenaline junkies or vacationers who want to do more than lay on a beach, the best Cabo San Lucas tours will push you out of your comfort zone. Zip line and ATV tours in Cabo San Lucas are emerging as some of the most popular activities to take part in during a Mexico getaway. Why spend your holiday sitting in a lounge chair when you could experience the adrenaline rush of soaring high above Baja’s valleys or racing around in a powerful ATV?

 

ATV Tours

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Be more than just a tourist on your next vacation. Overcome the Baja outback and cruise through the stunning landscapes and exciting dunes on amazing all-terrain vehicles. ATV tours have become a popular Cabo San Lucas activity, providing excitement and exhilaration for adventurers of all ages — regardless of whether you’re young, or simply young at heart.

ATV tours are generally open to beginners, meaning that first timers are welcome, and no driver’s license is required, as there are no roads to drive on. Children are welcome to come along, but they might have to pass a quick test before they depart if they want to drive.

One of the most amazing things about Cabo San Lucas is that it’s such a wide-open place, with no city chaos, no traffic, and all the space you need to make memories that will last you for a lifetime.

ATV tours usually cost about $40 to $70 each. They last about 5 hours, but actual ATV time is about 3 hours. There are snacks and drinks at the end and most tours will provide the option of having some amazing action pictures taken of you. While it can be a sort of expensive add-on — usually about $15 — you’ll leave with photo-evidence of your adventure. However, you can, of course, bring your own camera and snap away when you have time!

Most companies will try to sell you insurance for the machines. This is not something you need to buy, but if you’ve never driven an ATV, it can be useful.

There are various options available for tourists looking to add a little adventure to their trip, such as Cactus ATV tours, who offer three different options for ATV exploring.

 

Zip Line Tours

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Beautiful, unbeatable views, excitement, and fun — what more can you ask for? Exhilarating canopy and zip line tours throughout Cabo San Lucas are the perfect way to make your vacation more memorable than ever. They’re also a fantastic way for getting your blood pumping.

One of the main questions that people ask when it comes to considering a zip line tour, is whether or not the experience is safe. Fortunately, the answer is yes, as all tour operators have extensive training and experience to ensure that you have a thrilling, but completely secure adventure. There are a number of safety measures that will be taken to prevent any visitor from being hurt during the tour, and only the highest quality of equipment is used, so you don’t have to worry about suffering from sub-par tools.

Remember, even if you let go of the zip line, it’s certainly not the end of the world, the worst that will happen will be that you spin around in a couple of circles.

A zip line tour typically costs about $40 to $65 per person. It just depends on how you sign up (online or in person), how busy they are, and when you sign up. Many of the zip line tour companies will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back off when the tour is over. Some companies will also serve you some food when the tour is over with.

There are numerous different zip line and canopy tours available in Can San Lucas. My favorite is with Cabo Adventures, as it’s the longest, fastest, and highest zip line in Mexico.

Of course, these aren’t the only tours that you can take advantage of in Cabo San Lucas. There are numerous exciting ways to explore the area, from buggy tours to horseback riding, scuba diving, and more. So don’t just sit around and soak up the sun on your next vacation. Get out there and experience the fun and beauty nature has to offer.

 

Author’s Favorite Travel Gear

 

                                

Kindle Voyage E-Reader: After a day full of adventures, it’s nice to relax on the beach with a good book. I love traveling with my e-reader because it beats having to haul books in my luggage and I can turn the page without even lifting a finger.

Lifestraw Filtered Water Bottle: When you’re spending your days adventuring under the hot Mexican sun, water is essential to stay hydrated and prevent sun stroke. The best part about this water bottle is that no matter where I am, I know my drinking water will be clean and safe for consumption.

AKASO Sports Action & Underwater Camera: The perfect rough and tumble camera to capture all of my vacation adventures. It’s super affordable as far as cameras like this go, so I don’t worry too much about taking it on ATV’s or into the water — because that’s exactly what it’s for! This one has a wireless wrist remote control, making it easy to snap my pics in a flash.

Brett Dvoretz

A long time traveler and recent expat, Brett wandered through over 25 countries before he decided to settle in the little beach town of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. After struggling through the process of setting up a new life abroad, he decided to start Expats and Aliens to help other expats find the info they need before making the leap.

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