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Cabo: ATV Riding

Cabo: ATV Riding

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The ATV ride started in the canyons of Cabo, where the world’s longest ATV and pedestrian suspension bridge is, at Wild Canyon. The tour in total time was abut 2-2 1/2 hours. This was a good amount of time to experience the area, while enjoying the ATV’s.

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After riding through the canyon trails, we rode our ATV’s to the beach for some scenic views.

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In Cabo, the ATV’s are allowed to be on the beach, which was a fun experience! The sand was really soft to turn in, causing some of the ATV’s to get stuck.

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Personal Experience: This was my first experience riding an ATV. I was very hesitant after hearing the multiple horror stories about riding an ATV in Mexico, but was determined to ride anyway. We rode in a group of 6, two instructors and four tourists. Of the tourists, I was the only one who did not know how to ride an ATV. The instructions were very fast and limited, as I did not understand what to do. I felt very uncomfortable with switching gears, so I left the gears in 4 the whole time. This is not geared toward beginners, but I quickly learned and picked it up. The tour took tight and fast turns, which scared me at first, but after getting the hang of things, I felt more comfortable. This activity is not recommended to kids or those who would like a ‘tour’. This ride is best enjoyed by those who have biked before, and are looking for some adventure. The attendants provided us handkerchiefs for the dust, as we would have been breathing straight dirt.

Cabo: Camel Experience

Cabo: Camel Experience

Cabo: Zip Lining

Cabo: Zip Lining