Parasailing, Cabo San Lucas

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    Flying int he sky

    by malianrob Written Feb 22, 2006

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    These guys are always on the beach. I didnt do it but Rob did. All I remember thinking was, this doesnt look safe and it was expensive to do. Now i wished i had done it because you probably could get some awesome pictures from up there. Rob loved it and said it was worth every penny. Maybe next time i wont be so scared. I might just try it. It does look like fun.

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    by lil_traveller Written Nov 20, 2004

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    This is a MUST do activity when in Mexico. It was fun and was quite realxing to just feel like you were floating over te ocean. We had a great view of everything and you can either go alone or go with two people like I did.

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  • Cabo is diverse in activities....

    by caboguera Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Cabo is diverse in activities. There really isn't just one to recommend. With it being a small town you can do a lot on your vacation. Here are list of a few things to do:
    ATV tours,
    Jet Skies,
    Glass Factory,
    San Jose,
    The Office Mexican Fiesta,
    Para sailing,
    Lovers Beach,
    Santa Maria Bay,& Chileano
    Pez Gato or Jungle Cruise, & of course
    Eating and drinking!!!
    If you are adventourous you can take the ATV tour to Candalaria. But if you are not up to an all day tour you can take a tour to the old light house and watch a sun set or ride the dunes.

    San Jose offers a quiet approach to old Mexico with cobblestone streets and little stores with knick knacks. Great for shopping or just to get away from the hussle and bussle of Cabo.

    The Office Mexican fiesta offers a little culture with traditional mexican dances and a pinata for the kids.

    Jet skies give you an opportunity to explore the shore line of Cabo. Para sailing gives you a birds eye view of Cabo.

    Lovers Beach is a great romantic place. They do have some good snorkling over there also. Make sure to pack water and something to eat as it is remote. The only way in and out is by boat. (Unless your an advid hiker)

    There are many beaches besides Playa Medano, but they require a car to get there. The most famous ones are Santa Maria Bay and Chileano. They are on the highway towards to San Jose. They are great for snorkling. Chileano is where a lot of locals hang out. Once again you must pack a lunch and bring water there are not resteraunts out there. They do have a place to rent snorkel gear and umbrellas and stuff like that.

    The Jungle Boat and Pez Gato cruises are wonderful. They sail two times a day. Once in the morning and once at night. The day trip takes you out to Santa Maria bay to snorkel and at night you tour the bay of Cabo San Lucas and the arch. Both are open bars, so no driving afterwards!!!

    Cabo is full of resteraunts and places to try local flavor. Pacifico beer tastes great after a long day at the beach!!

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