Boutique Hotel Stay in Cabo Offered With American Safari Cruises

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QUESTSeattle, WA, January 18, 2012 – Travelers needing an escape to sunny Baja have one more reason to book a Sea of Cortés yacht adventure with American Safari Cruises. All new reservations for cruises departing now through April 14, 2012 receive one complimentary hotel stay at Casa Natalia, a boutique hotel in San José del Cabo, Mexico. 
The 22-guest, upscale yacht Safari Quest (pictured right) sails weeklong Aquarium of the World adventure cruises from La Paz, Mexico through April. The offer is good only for guests flying into Cabo. The Safari Quest package includes transfers between airport, hotel and the yacht in La Paz, plus one complimentary night either pre- or post-cruise at the award-winning European-style Casa Natalia. Breakfast is included at the hotel.  Transfer between Cabo and La Paz is via private shuttle.  The package is valued at up to $900 per couple.
“San Jose del Cabo is a very scenic destination with many opportunities for activities and relaxation,” said Tim Jacox, executive vice president of sales and marketing. “Flying into Cabo affords our guests more flexibility in flight times, and by adding a hotel night there, guests can explore the area and enjoy the sightseeing trip up the peninsula to La Paz.”
Sailing roundtrip from the picturesque town of La Paz, the yacht explores amidst the hundreds of islands and islets in the Sea of Cortés—a place author John Steinbeck found “ferocious with life” and described by Jacques Cousteau as “the aquarium of the world.”  The itinerary includes exploration of Isla Partida, Isla San Jose, Isla San Francisco and Isla Espíritu Santo. A flexible and unhurried cruising philosophy promises time to seek out wildlife including many different species of whales, dolphins and sea lions—all prevalent in the wildlife rich waters of the Sea of Cortés.
Cruise fares start at $3,995 per person based on double occupancy.

Source: American Safari Cruises

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