Cabo San Lucas Todos Santos Excursion Reviews

Cabo San Lucas Todos Santos cruise excursion
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Located on the southern Baja Peninsula, this charming paradise lies between the desert and the Sierra Laguna mountain range. Quaint village life, abundant agriculture, and miles of unspoiled beaches are abound.
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1 review
Nov 2016
Not a lot to actually see. Lunch was very good.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image Chippewa74
2 reviews
Sep 2016
This gave us a chance to see a bit more of Baja and of course, Hotel California. Our guide was from Todos Santos and did a great job. If you're a fan of the Eagles it makes this excursion more worthwhile.
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image Teramo48
1 review
Feb 2016
Bus broke down twice therefore we were rushed. No time for gallery shopping. Good complimentary lunch. Awesome margarita because of the bus. Not really much to see; only went to see the original Hotel California, but save your money.
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image casofilia
4 reviews
Sep 2015
While the visit to Hotel California and the lunch there were excellent and the church very interesting the rest of the tour was a little ho-hum. Most annoying were the "touts" outside the shops opposite the Hotel, far too pushy for our liking. The journey out and back was long and while there was an attempt to explain on the way the return journey was VERY boring.
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image sabotlours
1 review
Dec 2013

It was nice to get away from the touristy Cabo and visit a more typical laid-back Mexican town. It was about an hour bus ride to the town, and our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the area. The town itself is nothing spectacular, but rather a nice view into life in the desert. Shopping opportunities are limited, but just enough as to not be overwhelmed. Lunch was at the Hotel California and was rather disappointing. It was a small plate of "gringofied" Mexican food.

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