Extreme Cabo Adventures

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Extreme Adventures in Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is a beach side city in Mexico that is located in the state of Baja California Sur. It has become an important resort destination for many Americans and people around the world. Tourists enjoy Cabo’s beautiful beaches and warm waters. There is no doubt that you’ve heard the spring break stories of massive partying in Cabo and the surrounding areas, but you may be surprised to learn that there is much more to do there. If you enjoy doing adventurous and extreme activities, Cabo San Lucas has many activities that are sure to catch your attention. The following are just a few of the activities that you can take part in.

Swimming With Dolphins
Have you ever dreamt of swimming with these wonderful and inquisitive mammals of the sea? Many people have, and if you are one of them, your dream can come true in Cabo! At Cabo Dolphins, you can swim with and get to know the Pacific Bottlenose dolphins that are there. You can even be a trainer for a day and watch the dolphins obey your every command!

Scuba Diving
If you can’t wait to go out in the open ocean, scuba diving is a wonderful activity that you can take part in when you are in Cabo San Lucas. There are many excursions to many great locations out at sea. If you are a beginner and are hesitant to embark on your first dive, don’t worry! Many locations offer courses for beginners. Once you are more confident in your abilities, you can even scuba dive with whale sharks!

Zip Lining
If breathtaking views are what you are into, you will definitely want to zip line. While zip lining, you will soar high above the nearby river systems and amazing rock formations. Zip lining is a nice getaway from the busy tourist centers and will give you a chance to experience nature.

These extreme activities in Cabo are sure to give you many thrills and fun experiences. Be sure to check them out the next time you visit!

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