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Frequently Asked Questions

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IMPORTANT! A photo identification (Driver’s License, Passport) will need to be presented when checking in for your water sports activities. This identification will need to match the name on the Internet order. Please bring the credit card that you used on the internet to book your activities when checking in with Aries Water Sports.

No, we do not offer any lockers for your stuff. Our staff will keep their eye out for your items while you are taking part in one of our fun activities. Please make sure to ask the staff before you depart.

A photo identification (Driver’s License, Passport) will need to be presented when checking in for your water sports activities. This identification will need to match the name on the Internet order. Please bring the credit card that you used on the internet to book your activities when checking in with Aries Water Sports.

We have two locations to serve you. Our Marina office is open at 9 AM for activities. You will also find us at Medano Beach, between Tabasco’s Restaurant and Villa Del Arco hotel. The beach location opens at 10 AM for activities. Make sure you select the correct location when you check out. If you’re departing from the marine allocation, you will need to pay a $1 fee. This must be paid in cash to the marina officials.

It could be due to your cellular plan if you are having difficulty reaching our Cabo office via telephone. You can text or use What’s App to communicate with the Cabo office. Calling or texting the U.S. number (303) 808-7333 is also available.

This is our most popular activity when visiting Cabo San Lucas. Please ensure you know all the rules before booking and checking in for your scheduled time. You must be older than 17 to be a driver and older than 10 to be a passenger. A driver’s license is required, and the name must match the booking. You must also have a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) for the damage deposit. We will not allow you to rent a jet ski if you are impaired at check-in time.

Yes, Cabo San Lucas can be a great place for kids! There are plenty of fun activities for them to do, like swimming, fishing, and exploring the many shops and restaurants. The beaches here are also beautiful and safe for swimming. Plus, kids will love seeing the wildlife, like the fish and turtles. Just be sure to take precautions against the sun and heat, as it can be pretty hot here during the day.

Many people will ask us if Cabo San Lucas is safe for tourists. We always tell them, yes, Baja California is safe. However, you need to be cautious when you visit. There have been some incidents of violence and crime in the past, but the city has taken steps to improve security. Some areas are safer than others, so it’s essential to do your research and plan accordingly. If you take precautions and use common sense, you’ll have a great time in Cabo San Lucas.

If you want to take your family on an adventure to Cabo San Lucas, consider traveling from May to July. These are the best months for travel because they’re after the craziness of Spring Break (March & April), and the weather is sunny. Another good time for families to visit Cabo is September and October. The weather is not super hot. However, there may be a couple of rainy days during your visit. There is still plenty to do, and most hotels will have some good discounts.

The cheapest time to visit Cabo San Lucas is during the summer and early fall. Prices for airfare, hotels, and car rentals are typically at their lowest during these times. However, remember that since it is the peak season for tourism, more people will visit, and the beaches and restaurants will be more crowded. If you’re looking for a quieter getaway, consider traveling during the off-season (winter/early spring).