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#1 JPhillips64

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    Posted 11 May 2008 - 06:10 PM

    We wanted to recommend and potentially plan some activities for our guests. A golf scramble, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, etc.

    We are getting married at Dreams, so maybe they have enough to do there?

    Does anyone have any Cabo activity or place that was a highlight?

    Thanks for your help!!!


    #2 alex

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      Posted 11 May 2008 - 06:48 PM

      We went snorkeling on the Pez Gato for an afternoon while in Cabo. We booked through our hotel so I'm not sure how else you could find the info. I think it was approx 50 or 60 USD each & we had a great time!
      The staff was amazing too - they rescued my cowboy hat from the ocean after it blew off while I drunkenly danced to the YMCA (LOL) & had lotion for myself and another woman who ended up with tiny jellyfish stings.
      They had a small buffet of assorted sandwiches & delicious chips & salsa! Nothing fancy, but it was all pretty tasty!

      #3 sarahbrown1979

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        Posted 12 May 2008 - 11:36 AM

        I just noticed you are from Appleton, Wisconsin. My (now) husband is from Chilton. Some of our guests were from Appleton - funny!

        We planned some fun activities for our guests -

        Snorkerling at Chileno Bay (just a couple of miles from Dreams). It was so fun, the water was beautiful.

        Lover's beach - Everyone loved taking water taxis and relaxing on the beach.

        Deep sea fishing - 10 of our guests did this (take off from the Marina) and then we ate fresh tuna, and mahi mahi for dinner that night.

        Los Cerritos - My Husband and I rented suburbans and took 18 of us to this amazing surfing, and hanging out beach. We drove ourselves (which some people don't feel comfy with, for obvious reasons).

        Dreams should be able to help you with coordinating anything you're interested in.

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          Posted 12 May 2008 - 11:46 AM

          I wrote a review of our zip line activity. We loved it!


          #5 cheese_diva

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            Posted 12 May 2008 - 01:07 PM

            Dreams has various daily activities including a pub crawl on some nights. We went snorkling with a few family members (after most of our guests had left). We hopped on a bus and the beach was very close. I believe it was approx $20 pp. That included fins/mask and a fresh snorkel which you could keep. (snorkel only) Very fun! Their entertainment group is a bunch of great people..

            They also had many different tour companies working in the front lobby that can help set up different excursions.
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            #6 DreaW

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              Posted 12 May 2008 - 02:21 PM

              go to

              They have loads of info....

              basically, there is scuba diving, snorkling, parasailing, jet skies, horseback riding, atving, clubs.....bars, anything you name it.

              #7 alex

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                Posted 12 May 2008 - 04:40 PM

                OH, we spent an afternoon at Lover's Beach too & it was great! Cost us $10 each for the water taxi there & back. The driver even gave us a tour of the arches & pointed out some cool things we wouldn't have even noticed! I bet if you had a group to go you could get an even better deal! We brought our own water & beer, but there was a family with a HUGE cooler selling them for a reasonable price!

                #8 plumsugar

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                  Posted 13 May 2008 - 12:28 PM

                  Def. go parasailing!!! Its so worth it!!
                  Upon taking off, we were screaming our heads off then realized it wasnt a rollercoaster but a relaxing ride in the air lol!

                  #9 Mango Deck

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                    Posted 14 May 2008 - 04:34 PM

                    You could go...

                    Deep sea fishing
                    Golf Coursing (there are like 10+ golf courses down here)
                    Drive a Dune Buggy through the dessert (Baja Buggies are good & Cheap.. TEL 624 14 331 37)
                    Kayaking TO Lover's Beach (or take a over priced water taxi)
                    Eco tours (Buggy Adventures & Cabo Adventures)
                    Canopy at Costa Azul or Boca de la Sierra...
                    Cerritos beach is cool too

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