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Why should all the divers have all the underwater fun? The Cabo Submarine is ideal for those of all ages that want to explore the ocean, but would rather stay dry!  The top deck on this 60 foot semi-submersible vessel always stays above the surface, so at any time you can be topside seeing the stunning rock formations at Land’s End, or 8 feet bellow where you can observe the abundant marine life of the Sea of Cortez through the big clear windows. For more information: Cabo Expeditions » www.caboexpeditions.com.mx (624) 143-2700 » info@caboexpeditions.com.mx Family Games: Paint Ball Get your adrenaline pumping as you and your family run around the obstacle-filled paint ball field with a view of Land’s End. Located close to Cabo San Lucas, the sport is appropriate for both kids (7 and up) and adults, and it can be played at any level, so there’s guaranteed fun for everyone. There’s a palapa restaurant where you can buy drinks and food or you can bring your own. Paint Ball or Gotcha Cabo San Lucas » (624) 129-5648 » Facebook: @PaintballOrGotcha » hcampoy@hotmail.com Pirate Cruise The Cabo Legend is a 100 ft twin masted brig wooden sailing ship with plenty of deck space to eat, drink and be merry. The ship has an area with limited seating for those looking to escape the sun, and the deck is where all guests enjoy the salty air and keep watch for pirates. The Buccaneer Queen was built in 1968, born as an exact dummy of an ancient galleon that sailed many years ago. It has also served as a stage for many commercial spots and in 1995 it was in the movie “Cutthroat island.” Go cruise along the famous Cabo San Lucas Arch, Lovers Beach, visit Chileno Bay and the coral reefs and fall in love with the marvelous sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Shortly before leaving the dock your crew will give a short presentation to familiarize you with the area that you will be traveling to. Wild Cabo Tours » www.wildcabotours.com » (624) 105-0177 Take a Ride with a Camel Camel LOW Camels are one of the friendliest and most loving animals you will ever meet. When you are with them, you lose track of time and get entranced by their gentle, peaceful and fun personalities. The tour is packed full of fun and includes a challenge field where you will participate in many games and activities that will teach you about this wonderful species while you are having fun petting and interacting with them. Some of the camels are young and are specially trained to be ridden by kids. The tour takes place in the El Tule canyon. The moment you arrive to this amazing place, you’ll immediately feel captured by its magic. Situated in the middle of the desert, the canyon features an oasis on the bottom which keeps the vegetation lush and green. And of course from here, you’ll never lose sight of the breathtaking sparkling Sea of Cortez. Wild Canyon » www.wildcanyon.com.mx » (624) 144-4433 Meet the Locals at Ciclovia If you’re looking for a fun morning event that won’t break your wallet, check out Ciclovia, now entering its seventh year. Held each Sunday morning from 7 to 11 a.m. on downtown Cabo San Lucas’ main drag, Boulevard Lázaro Cárdenas, Ciclovia is a free family-friendly event that closes a stretch of the street to cars, providing a safe space to get out and be active. It’s the perfect place to bike, walk, run, skate… and mingle with locals. If you’re missing your pet, the Los Cabos Humane Society has an information booth on the route along with dogs to walk. It’s the perfect way to give back and show some love to a four-legged friend. Visit Playa Las Viudas While El Medano, Playa del Amor, Santa Maria and Chileno get the raves and many visitors, kids love the tidal pools and stunning rock formations at secluded Las Viudas. While it’s not a swimming beach per se and has no services, it’s ideal for spending a morning exploring the teeming shore life and hanging out in the pools. Bring shade, towels, water, snacks and sunscreen. The public entrance is well signed and accessible from either side of the highway near Km. 12. Enjoy! Cross the Longest Hanging Bridge in the World on an Off-road Runner The Los Cabos Canyon Bridge is the longest wooden pedestrian and ATV hanging bridge in the world that can be called without doubt an engineering wonder. The bridge is 1,082.67 feet long, 6.56 feet wide and it stands at 164.04 feet above ground in its lowest point. It was built in approximately two years with Mexican technology exclusively, developed in collaboration with MAM Geotecnia (Mexicana de Anclas Mineras).Its #5, 2″ Swedish steel cables allows the Los Cabos Canyon Bridge to hold up to 300 people or 50 ATV’s simultaneously. As you cross the bridge you can   watch the brave bungee jumpers, the Sling Swing as it falls and the riders on the longest zip-line, which passes just 3 feet away! The Off-road Runners tour is comprised of 5 different areas within the 100 hectares covered by the park: Ocean view, Brook, Beach, Canyon and Mountain. By experiencing these different types of terrain, you’ll get a good idea of what Baja off-roading is all about. Wild Canyon » www.wildcanyon.com.mx » (624) 144-4433 Sunsets and Stargazing The town lights of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo make stargazing less stellar than Pacific Side or East Cape beaches. For spectacular sunsets and stargazing, head out to Playa Migriño, about 30 minutes from San Lucas on the Pacific Side. Once close to your destination you’ll descend down a steep hill and then bank to the right with the bridge in the near distance and Migriño on your left. Exit on either side of the bridge where you’ll see dirt roads leading to the beach. Drive in, pick your spot, and prepare to be enthralled with the stunning sunset and an umbrella of stars once twilight arrives. Take a flashlight, drinks, snacks and enjoy an unforgettable and peaceful experience. It’s golfina sea turtle nesting time so don’t be surprised to see patrols out or turtle tracks, too. Scavenger Hunt in Cabo This fun challenge begins at a special meeting location where you will be given a clue that will take you to a secret destination and to your next puzzling clue. Track down the locals for help as your team continues to unlock clues and participates in the interactive challenges; all while discovering the landmark sights of Cabo San Lucas  as well as some hidden spots. This is a moderate outdoor  3 to 4 hour activity adventure and is recommended for ages 7 and up. aMAZEin Cabo Race » www.amazeincaborace.com » 624-104-3271 » info@aMAZEinCaboRace.com Hire a Babysitter Los Cabos is a very family friendly destination, but there are also plenty of things you might want to do without the kids, like having a golf day with your significant other, burning-off some steam with a night out in the town or maybe all you need is a few hours to yourself to go to the spa. Hiring a trusted babysitter could be a great idea, whether it’s for just one night out without the kids, or maybe you would just like an extra set of hands during your entire stay. Baja Babysitting is a professional service that specifically caters to English speaking tourists. Baja Babysitting » www.bajababysitting.com » (624) 157-7016 Baja Baby Gear Travelling with a little one is not that easy, but having the right gear certainly helps! There is a limit to what baby gear you can bring with you, so if you’re missing certain things you left at home such as a potty seat, a bathtub, or even a highchair, Baja Baby Gear is a reliable company that has these and more items available for rent. Baja Baby Gear » www.cabo.bajababygear.com » confirm@bajababygear.com » (855) 369-BABY    ]]>