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Baja Ranch Tour and Camel Safari from Los Cabos

Highlights
  • Ranch and camel safari from Los Cabos
  • Travel by 4WD through the Baja outback
  • Learn about local flora and fauna on a guided nature walk
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Baja Ranch Tour and Camel Safari from Los Cabos
From US$109.00
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Morning DepartureMost Popular
Tour departs from most Los Cabos hotels at 9am
US$109.00
Afternoon Departure
Tour departs from most Los Cabos hotels at 12pm
US$109.00
Second afternoon departure
Tour departs from most Los Cabos hotels at 3pm
US$109.00
Overview
Ride a camel along the beach to discover the spectacular coastal scenery of the Baja peninsula on an incredible 4-hour tour from Los Cabos. Taste traditional Mexican specialties as you overlook the gentle ocean; explore the fascinating flora and fauna of the area with a knowledgeable guide; and enjoy an exhilarating off-road expedition through dramatic natural beauty. Complete your cultural experience with tequila tasting and tortilla-making sessions.
What to Expect
Depart from your Los Cabos hotel in a luxurious Mercedes Benz 4WD truck. Escape the tourist crowds as you venture deep into the scenic countryside to Rancho San Cristobal, an idyllic oceanfront ranch. Listen as your guide regales you with tales of Mexico’s colorful culture and history, admiring the cactus-lined roads and unique ambience of the surroundings. 

On arrival at the ranch, gain insight into the Baja peninsula’s ecology as you enjoy a scenic stroll on a coastal trail. Climb atop an awaiting camel to admire the seaside scenery from a unique vantage point; venture over the soft sand’s on a 20-minute beach safari atop your camel. 

Return to the ranch and smile for special shots on your camel. Once your unforgettable moment has been captured on camera, settle into a comfortable seat overlooking the ocean for a flavorsome and fulfilling Mexican lunch. Treat your taste buds to the unique taste of traditional specialties, observing the ocean for humpback whales if you’re visiting between December and April. 

Then, pleasure your palate with samples of tasty tequila before trying your hand at making tortillas during an informative class. Return to your awaiting vehicle to enjoy the journey back to a central Los Cabos location.
Reviews (56)

1 - 5 of 27 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Unique tour - beautiful location - great tour guide - but hidden costs

Make sure you know what you are going in for. You ride the camels for only twenty minutes of the three hour tour. We got a nature tour from Arturio who was a wonderful tour guide and knew a lot about the land and plants...More

8  Thank dattalo2
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Most unique and stunning adventure in Cabo!

From start to finish..... this is a 1st class operation. Organized and professional. Picked up from hotel and taken to the Marina for check in. Then off to Baja Ranch just 25 min. outside of town via air conditioned bus. Greeted by our guides we...More

1  Thank Wolfmama949
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
BEST EXPERIENCE EVER

Our tour guide for the camel ride and everything was Ted & Daniel. These guy did a great job very funny and kept us entertained. My husband and I went on Tuesday and we truly did have a great time! If you do this tour...More

1  Thank abbyd1115
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Camels in Cabo

Our family trip to the camels began with a nature trip where our tour guide, Ted, gave us so much knowledge about the area. Then our driver, Sergio, took us on a ride through the canyon floor. From there we went to the camels, where...More

3  Thank Lisa Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Afternoon Camel Tour

This adventure was absolutely delightful, our tour guide was Jon. He was very knowledgeable and hilarious. He made the entire excursion totally enjoyable. We learned about the local eco system, about different camels, he taught us how to make tortillas and the proper way to...More

1  Thank Marie T