- Shopping and city tour in Los Cabos
- Learn about the culture and history of Los Cabos
- Visit a glass blowing factory and blow your own piece of art
- Browse Artesanos for unique arts and crafts
- Tequila tasting
- Lunch at a restaurant in San Jose
- Complimentary pickup and drop off from most Los Cabos hotels
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What You Can Expect
The next stop is El Mirador, a perfect spot to take memorable photos of the San Jose del Cabo Bay. The tour contiues with a visit to the XVIII Century Mission, one of the oldest in all of Baja California.
To top it all off is a stop at the best silver and antique stores in San Jose. Be treated to a delicious lunch in one of the most traditional restaurants in Cabo before returning back to your hotel.
This tour was wonderful. The tour guide Lenin was awesome. He kept us on track and provided us with great information. He participated with the entire group which made the group bond and enjoy each other as well.
Awesome. Gave us a definite introduction to the towns and what we could do.
Viator was so easy to use and their operators were friendly and efficient. The city tour was great, started with a glass bottom boat tour to the arches and a lot of history. Then some shopping in the marina market, a glass blowing factory, lunch more shopping a whole lot of history. What a wonderful way to spend the day
This tour was really really good. Much better than I expected. We did a glass bottom boat ride and some shopping and had the most amazing lunch and tequila sipping. I would def do this tour again and recommend it to future travelers. Cheers Janeane from Auz
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Great tour, I would like more time to shop in Los Cabo maybe a hour. I had about 20 minuties.
Tour guide was good but sure did talk a lot.
it was great but i would not call it deluxe shopping tour.. we had about 30 minutes out of the whole time to shop but did have an unexpected boat tour which was great.. All in all very good..fun!
Not much of a city tour. Shopping was more like being taken to tourist traps where you feel pressured to buy something at grossly inflated prices.