Cabo Dolphin Center
If you want to swim with dolphins, you can do it at the Cabo Dophin Center. Along with swimming, this attraction offers other interactive and educational activities for people of all ages. Try the "Trainer for a Day" program, in which you'll learn how to train dolphins or the "Dolphin Kids" program, where children ages 4 9 can touch and play with the dolphins. The center is open daily; it prohibits using your own camera for photos.
Bldv. Paseo de la Marina (esquina Malecon), Lote 7
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
011 (+52) 624 173 9500
USA Toll Free: (888) 303-2653
Mexico Toll Free: 01 800 365 2226
Adopt a Baby Sea Turtle
Baja Wild offers the opportunity to adopt a baby sea turtle and release it back to the sea from the end of September through November each year. You'll travel to the turtle nest at the beach in a van with a professional and bilingual guide. This trip enables you to watch the other turtles in the nest head to their new ocean home. It's an excellent way to learn about these creatures and teach your children conservation.
Km. 28 Carretera Transpeninsular
5, Plaza Costa Azul
San José del Cabo, B.C.S. Mexico
011 (+52) 1 62412 201 ext. 07
Local in Cabo: 17 26300
Snorkeling and Scuba Diving
Plan to snorkel and scuba dive at Bahia (Beach) Chileno, which is clean and long with clear blue water for snorkeling amidst many ocean creatures. The reefs are rocky and feature such sea life as eels, sea fans, sea stars, sponges and turtles. You can rent equipment at a dive shop on the southwestern end of the beach. Chileno Beach has showers and restrooms but no tissue, so carry your own. After you snorkel or swim, you can relax in the shade of a large palm grove. This beach is halfway between Cabo San Lucas and Jose del Cabo. Rent a car or catch a bus, which will drive you to the northeast section of the beach on Highway 1; it is southwest of Hotel Cabo San Lucas. The Mexican government prohibits driving on any beaches in Cabo San Lucas.