Things To Do In Cabo
Be A Pirate For A Day!
Take a boat ride with a difference!
Get aboard the Buccaneer Queen, a 96ft wooden ship built in 1968 to replicate an authentic Galleon design, or The Sunderland (built 1885 and the oldest sailing tall ship remaining) and sail around the Los Cabos Bay Area.
You will visit the famous Cabo San Lucas Arch, Lovers Beach, Chileno Bay and the coral reefs, and see the stunning sunset over the Pacific Ocean. In season (the Fall) you will see whales and dolphins – a thrilling experience for kids of all ages.
There are onboard tour guides to point out landmarks and the birds and marine mammals that you will see on your voyage.
Cabo was once a haven for real pirates: in the 1500s, Cabo San Lucas was a sheltered bay for pirates laying in wait for Spanish galleons returning to Europe from the New World laden with treasure. Famous pirates such as Sir Thomas Cavendish are woven into the history of Los Cabos. When a great Spanish treasure ship, The Great Saint-Anne, was captured off Cape San Lucas in 1587, the Spanish Royal Crown built a small fort and outpost on what is today Cabo San Lucas.
So your kids can enjoy a fantastic day on the water and imagine days when pirates and privateers were here for real!