Disfrute de una puesta de sol mágica en Los Cabos y de una cena mexicana de fajitas en este crucero de dos horas en catamarán desde Cabo San Lucas. Suba a bordo de barco de dos pisos al aire libre a última hora de la tarde y vea el Arco, leones marinos y Lover's Beach antes de presenciar una hermosa puesta de sol en el océano Pacífico. Mientras navega, disfrute de barra libre de bebidas alcohólicas nacionales a bordo, saboree un delicioso bufé de fajitas y otros platos clásicos mexicanos, y relájese en el piso inferior o participe en el baile y la diversión en la cubierta superior con un maestro de ceremonias.
This was super fun! The food and drinks were both amazing! Whenever you were out of a drink there was one right back in your hands. The boat deck people were so fun and everyone had a blast dancing the whole night!
Started off kinda slow but quickly evolved to a fun time for those who participated. For those who sat and watched, it was just a boat ride. The wait staff could have been a little more attentive when it came to drink refills.
We had the best time. The staff on the boat were extremely fun and full of energy. Music was great and we danced all the way back to the harbor. Drinks were really good from the bar. Overall I would highly recommend this if you are in Cabo. We will definitely do this again.
This was nice, the upper deck was for the people that wanted to drink and party conga line where people had liquor poured down their necks lol fun couple dancing contests. The lower deck more to chill and take in the sights. Food was ok. Photographer on-board took great pictures.
Even though I reserved this tour a few weeks before ( not too early so that corrections could have been made), the directions to the harbor to get on the boat were totally wrong .
We ended up spending 45 minutes and paid $25 worth of parking ( we changed parking lots 2x).
Despite all this, we had to run fast all the way around the harbor to get to the boat just on time for departure.
The cruise itself was pleasant, we spent plenty of time in front of the Arch to take good pictures.
The space upstairs was very limited and the people packed in.
Many people downstairs would have preferred to be upstairs where the views were definitely better and where the entertainment was happening.
The much advertised fajitas were OK; they served you tiny tiny portions of meat and its a hassle to fall in line for seconds. And, they closed the food line after a little over 1/2 hour. BUT, we saw there was a whole large tray of left over meat for the crew to take home!
Its worth doing once, but I would recommend our friends to look for a better value dinner cruise .