August 1, 2016 8:01 pm

COOL THINGS TO DO: WET FUN WATER PARK. Unexpected refreshing waters await you in the quiet town of Caudaño…and a whole lot of fun as well! The park’s setting includes bright green garden areas, lush palm trees and colorful slides and pools. The water park offers fun things to do for all ages. There are shallow pools and small slides for young children, water mushrooms, a pirate ship and a giant bucket that continuously refills with water and dumps it on the bystanders bellow. For the adrenaline seekers out there, several fast and large slides stand tall and mighty offering a great view of the beautiful surrounding mountains. Throughout the park there are palapas and areas with tables and chairs to sit and relax. The park opens at 10:00 am and closes at 6:00 pm every Thursday through Sunday. There is a restaurant in the park and no outside food and beverages are allowed. To get there take HWY 1 north from the San José International Airport towards La Paz and East Cape for about 15 miles. The exit for Caudaño and the water park is at km 66, look for the km 65 marker, cross the small bridge and turn left at the bus stop benches are. Follow this road for a few minutes and you will find the park on your right. GO SNORKELLING Experience the underwater world in the refreshing ocean  Enjoy a fun coastal cruise on a snorkel tour or simply drive to Chileno or Santa María beaches in the Corridor and snorkel on your own. Parasailing Try a parasailing trip to enjoy beautiful views of Cabo San Lucas while tethered firmly to a speedboat! Just head to Medano beach and you will find several companies that offer this activity. You will be in the air for around 15 minutes, enough time for the wonderful breeze to cool you down! Sol de Mayo Waterfall Located about an hour and a half away from Los Cabos, the Sol de Mayo Oasis is yet another natural beauty of the Southern Baja California region. The hike leads the adventurous to a majestically beautiful oasis where everyone can swim and even dive into the cool, serene waters. Be sure to pack a lunch and take plenty of water. On the way there you will see ample signs to guide you to this wonderful piece of paradise. After arriving in Santiago, turn right up the little hill towards the town square. The cost is $6 US per person to access the easy hike to the waterfall. Fly over the water Want to feel what sea birds feel? Head to Medano Beach and fly over the water on a  Flyboard, a Jet Blade, an X-Jacket Pack or even a Fly Bike, as a water jet propels you off the surface. Companies such as Cabo Flyboard or Cabo Sea Activities offer this unique experience. take a surf lesson Lessons are offered for all ages by many sport companies and services abound. Costa Azul Surf Shop (624) 142-2771 www.costa-azul.com.mx can arrange a surf excursion to Cerritos Beach or if you’re in San José or Cabo San Lucas you can stay local and head to Zippers beach or Mike Doyle Surf School (624) 172-6188 at Cabo Surf Hotel, located only minutes away from three surf spots ranging from beginners to advanced.]]>