Come and venture among landscapes that only Baja California and Los Cabos can offer! Baja is known for its stunning paths snaking through the desert and challenging pilots as they explore the beauty of this rugged environment. Our professional guide will make sure you have an unforgettable Cabo ATV tour by taking you on routes that are appropriate for your driving skills and preferences, always including desert and beach.
To get you started, we’ll equip you with top brand protection gear such as chest protector, elbow guards, goggles, and full-face helmet. Then we’ll give you the keys so that you can get a feeling for your two-passenger 450 cc Honda ATV. Our professional guide will make sure you have an unforgettable tour by taking you on routes that are appropriate for your driving skills and preferences, always including desert and beach.
To ensure you have a great tour and to address any possible doubts you may have, we’ll take you on a test ride within our practice circuit, which includes all the challenges and obstacles you’ll find during your tour. This will help you become familiar with the vehicle and the terrain. Once your practice ride is concluded, and all your doubts addressed, you’ll start your tour comprised of 5 different areas within the 100 hectares covered by our park: Ocean view, Brook, Beach, Canyon and Mountain.
By experiencing these 5 different types of terrain, you’ll get a good idea of what Baja off-road is all about. One of the elements our visitors enjoy most is getting the dirt off with an air compressor. This allows you to leave the park comfortably as opposed to being covered by a thick layer of dust.
Once your tour is completed, you can relax at Lion’s Den Restaurant, famous for its coldest beer in Cabo and delicious buffalo wings. Don’t leave without trying them.
RIDE DURATION: Approximately 1.5 hours
For ages 10 years and up.
Large groups are welcome!
You will be picked up directly from your hotel by your guide and a chauffeur in our air-conditioned van.
We offer a tour on double ATVs because we have vehicles especially created to be ridden by two passengers.