Cabo - Day 1 or Day 2 - can't decide!

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  1. Wshop

    Wshop Mouseketeer

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    I want to book the Dolphin Kids excursion on Day 1 or Day 2 but can't decide which day! Since the last tender is about 1 p.m. on Day 2, it might be a good thing to have booked and then hop on the ship before it leaves (the excursion is only about 1.5 hrs). However, we could also Day 1 in the morning and then have the rest of the day to hang out on the beach. WWYD?
     
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  3. gjk1946

    gjk1946 Earning My Ears

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    Just returned Sunday from MR on the Wonder. Tendering is so much easier on day 2. Day 1 head to BV theatre, get in line, get tender ticket, sit and wait, escorted down to tender area, load. It took us over one hour from the time we left our room till the tender hit the dock. Day 2 no BV walked on the tender directly--room to Cabo dock 15 minutes. I think lots of folks stayed on the ship day 2 so no doubt that helped. Also the earlier tendering time (7:00 am) probably helped.
     
  4. Carester25

    Carester25 Earning My Ears

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    We did the Dolphin kids in Feb and we did it on Cabo Day 1. Our time was 1, but we left the ship around 11 so we could walk around and have lunch. It worked out fine.
     
  5. silence

    silence <font color=red>Missin' Mickey<br><font color=roya

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    We did the dolphins on Day 2 last year, I totally recommend this. That way you have an entire day on Day 1 to do whatever - an excursion, the port on your own, etc.
     
  6. Wshop

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    Thanks!
     
  7. LKFan

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    Definitely day 2. There isn't much time that day to do much else.
     

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