Cabo San Lucas, Mexico EP2

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My friends and I decided to take a trip down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for our last undergraduate spring break back in April 2016. We spent our four days keeping distance from the typical college crowd and explored the city with Cabo Adventures.

Read my Cabo #traveldiary EP1.

Day 2 | Outdoor Adventures
As an adrenaline junkie, I was beyond excited to start my first full day of outdoor activities. After our introduction and safety briefing, we zipped across beautiful canyons – part of a UNESCO protected biosphere, rock climbed, balanced on suspended bridges, bungee jumped, and drove through the dusty desert in our very own ATV.

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We also had the chance to fly like superman on Mexico’s highest, longest, and fastest zip line.

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No personal cameras including GoPro’s were allowed for these activities, but don’t fret – the Cabo Adventures Crew are stationed all around the oasis taking candid shots of you and your friends. I’m surprised at how nice my zip lining photos turned out considering they were all taken flying at full speed. Unfortunately, I never received my bungee jumping video.

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// D E E T S //
Athletic top – Champion
Spanx – Nike Pro
Shoes – Nike Free Runs 3.0

Read the next Cabo #traveldiary episode here.

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