- Ranch and camel safari from Los Cabos
- Travel by 4WD through the Baja outback
- Learn about local flora and fauna on a guided nature walk
- Ride a camel along the beach
- Enjoy a Mexican lunch overlooking the water
- Taste tequila and learn to make tortillas
- Choice of morning and afternoon tours
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Our camel tour gangPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- Baja Ranch lunchPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- our eco walkPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- camel caravanPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- off we goPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- ready to goPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- camel ride prepPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- preride treatPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- our new friendPhoto by: STEFANIE S
- Ready for the safari on the ...Photo by: Jeffrey Dana L
- Getting ready to ride!Photo by: Jeffrey Dana L
What You Can Expect
On arrival at the ranch, gain insight into the Baja peninsula’s ecology as you enjoy a scenic stroll on a coastal trail. Climb atop an awaiting camel to admire the seaside scenery from a unique vantage point; venture over the soft sand’s on a 20-minute beach safari atop your camel.
Return to the ranch and smile for special shots on your camel. Once your unforgettable moment has been captured on camera, settle into a comfortable seat overlooking the ocean for a flavorsome and fulfilling Mexican lunch. Treat your taste buds to the unique taste of traditional specialties, observing the ocean for humpback whales if you’re visiting between December and April.
This was one unforgettable tour with the Camels. All tour guides were nice and friendly.
I want to call out MARCELINO our group guide, he is one awesome man, he made everyone and everything so pleasant.
tour guides were great! once in a lifetime experience. we did not make the tortillas but tortillas were available at lunch:
What a great day! Don't let any bad review scare you. Very professional company. We met at the marina and left on time. Taken by bus to the ranch 30 minutes away. Inside we met our guide Enrique who was so nice, funny and very informative. We took the ecotour in the 4WD thru the Baja desert and saw the cactus and plants on our way to the camels. The camel ride along the pacific was wonderful. These are rescued camels and you can tell they are well cared for. You can take photos along the way and there is an option to purchase a photo or the photos taken by their photographer which is worth it. The walk thru a small part of the terrain was informative and the Eco tour first class. You finish back at the ranch with a tasty Mexican meal which was extensive and delicious cactus salad is a must to try with cool drinks or beer. Top it off with a tequila tasting and lesson on the different regional tastes, it was well worth the price. Hats off to Enrique, he was a great guide. All in our tour group had a great time. A bus back to the marina with an option for those who wanted to hang out at the marina before heading back to their reset.
Very fun and cool tour. Can check riding a camel off the bucket list. Learned something about the camels, and our tour guide Marcel was fantastic, informative and funny. We also did a short nature walk and Marcel showed us some amazing things. Then had a delicious authentic Mexican lunch prepared by Reina, with refreshments and a tequila tasting. All in all a different experience everyone should try!
Great tour guide (Denny), very entertaining, the tour will last about five hours and includes free hotel shuttle.
The desert tour with David was very entertaining and informative. The food for lunch was all excellent. Best food I and #39;ve had on a tour. The camel ride was short and there was very little time to interact with the animals.
We really enjoyed the Baja Ranch Tour and Camel Safari. The tour guides were fabulous and the camels awesome. The lunch was excellent, including the tequila tasting. The only issue we experienced was the pickup from our resort. The instructions were to meet at the Westin lobby (resort next to ours), however the van went to the Club Regina. We had to call the tour company to find out where they were because it was past the pickup time. Other than the initial transportation issue, we thoroughly enjoyed the tour.
I did enjoy the trip, our Guide was great however it said we would be going to a tortilla factory and we never did, and if it was suppose to be at the last stop they never mentioned anything about the tortilla's at all. Also the photo's were very expensive so we didn't buy. I would have loved to buy just one or two photo's but that wasn't an option. If there is anyway they still have some of the photo's from our tour and are willing to sell me one or two I would still like that option. Thank you for asking about the experience.
Tour is ok it is very crowded and commercialized..but the experience was bad for me. It says in the website and in the voucher that it includes a hotel pickup which was a mess for me. This is the 5th trip I have booked in viator and it's the first time that the local tour company did not leave a message at the hotel regarding the arrangement even though I have already provided my hotel info during booking. I was ready, waiting at the lobby more than an hour prior to the start of the tour. After contacting the local company twice they said I had to go to the main office before the start of the tour and this costs me a taxi fare of 55. The stress of the beginning of the trip is just too much that it ruined the entire day for me. Also prepare to spend at least 50 more just to have a picture with the camel, as they do not allow you to take pictures yourself. going back to the hotel is a mess again since they had us switch to 2 different vans and during that time it was a very hot day and your are stuck there waiting for the next van. This experience reminded me that your time in your vacation is priceless no amount of refund money can ever make up for it.