21 Fantastic Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

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There are many beach destinations in Mexico to choose from, but Los Cabos is one of our favorites. As with Cancun, it’s sometimes hard to overlook the spring break aspect of Mexico’s beach resorts, but I assure you there is a much more civilized aspect of Los Cabos that you don’t want to miss.

Los Cabos comprises two distinct areas along the southern tip of the Baha Peninsula: Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Although the two areas are within 20 minutes of each other, they are very different in style and substance. There are many Los Cabos activities to participate in.

things to do in cabo san lucas

Cabo San Lucas is the rowdier, more adventurous one, while San Jose del Cabo is more subdued and cultured. Of course, if you want to be sure to avoid the spring break crowds and craziness that comes along with it, visit any other time but March or April.

No matter where you choose to vacation in Los Cabos, you’ll be within close proximity of the many activities that make the area one you really can’t miss. Here are our five favorite things to do in Cabo San Lucas and further afield.

Be sure to check out our beach packing list to make sure you’ve got everything you need for your trip to the beach.

Breathless Cabo San Lucas
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Where to Stay in Los Cabos

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How to Get to Los Cabos

Getting to Los Cabos, a resort city on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, typically involves flying there, especially for international visitors. You can consider long-distance buses or driving to Los Cabos, but these options take significantly longer and will eat into your vacation time.

I prefer to fly into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD), which the nearest airport. Most major airlines, including American, Delta, Southwest, United, and many international carriers, provide direct or connecting flights to Los Cabos from various cities around the world.

Once you arrive in Los Cabos, you’ll have a number of options for reaching your final destination. Rental cars, taxis, and airport shuttles are available for transport to hotels and resorts in the area. Some resorts also offer their own shuttle service.

Make sure you have a valid passport. Depending on your country of origin, you may also need a tourist visa. Check the Mexican embassy or consulate in your country for more information.

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Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Beaches

Lover's Beach
Lover’s Beach

Cabo San Lucas is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Whether you want to relax in the sun, swim in the clear blue waters, or enjoy some water sports, there is a beach for everyone. Here are some of the best beaches in Cabo San Lucas:

Medano Beach

Medano Beach is the most popular beach in Cabo San Lucas. It is a two-mile stretch of golden sand that is perfect for swimming and sunbathing. The beach is usually calm, with very little surf, making it ideal for families with children. You can also enjoy water sports like jet skiing, parasailing, and kayaking. The beach is lined with restaurants and bars, so you can grab a bite to eat or a drink while enjoying the beautiful view.

Divorce Beach

Divorce Beach is located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, and it is one of the most unique beaches in Cabo San Lucas. The beach is known for its stunning rock formations and strong currents, which make it dangerous for swimming.

However, the beach is a popular spot for surfers and bodyboarders. You can also take a short hike to the nearby Lover’s Beach, which is a secluded cove that is perfect for swimming and snorkeling.

Lover’s Beach (pictured above)

Lover’s Beach is a secluded cove that is only accessible by boat. The beach is located on the Sea of Cortez side of the Baja Peninsula, and it is known for its crystal-clear waters and stunning rock formations. The beach is a popular spot for snorkeling, and you can see a variety of marine life, including sea turtles, pelicans, and seals.

Chileno Beach

Chileno Beach is a popular spot for snorkeling and swimming. The beach is located in a protected cove, which makes the water calm and clear. You can rent snorkeling gear and explore the nearby coral reef, which is home to a variety of colorful fish and other marine life.

Santa Maria Beach

Santa Maria Beach is another popular spot for snorkeling and swimming. The beach is located in a protected cove, which makes the water calm and clear. You can rent snorkeling gear and explore the nearby coral reef, which is home to a variety of colorful fish and other marine life. The beach is also home to Flora Farms, which is a popular farm-to-table restaurant that serves delicious food made with fresh, local ingredients.

Overall, Cabo San Lucas has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Whether you want to relax in the sun, swim in the clear blue waters, or enjoy some water sports, there is a beach for everyone.

Discover the History & Art of San Jose del Cabo

San Jose del Cabo's main plaza
San Jose del Cabo’s main plaza (Image via Flickr by GoCal83)

Staying in San Jose del Cabo has its perks. Not only is it quieter and more subdued in this part of Los Cabos, it is where you’ll find a lot of Los Cabos’ fascinating history and art culture. In the plaza is the San Jose del Cabo Church, one of the top attractions in town. The church and its predecessors have a long history that you can learn about on site.

You probably don’t expect to find such a vibrant art culture in a small town like San Jose del Cabo. Some very well-known Mexican artists have their work on display throughout the galleries in town. There’s even an art walk that takes place every Thursday from November to June. There are also evening music and dance performances in the plaza in the summer.

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Whale Watching

whale watching in cabo

The waters around Cabo San Lucas are home to a diverse range of whale species, including humpback whales, gray whales, and even blue whales. From December through April, these gentle giants migrate to the nutrient-rich waters of the Sea of Cortez from Alaska, making it the perfect time to see them up close.

There are many whale watching tours available in Cabo San Lucas, and each one offers a unique perspective on these magnificent creatures. Some tours are led by marine biologists who can provide detailed information about the whales and their behavior, while others offer the chance to listen to the whales’ songs through a hydrophone.

One of the best things about whale watching in Cabo San Lucas is that you don’t have to venture far from shore to see the whales. In fact, some tours leave right from the marina in downtown Cabo San Lucas. This means that even if you’re short on time, you can still fit in a whale watching tour and see these amazing creatures in their natural habitat.

During the tour, you’ll have the opportunity to see the whales breach, spout, and play in the water. Some tours even offer the chance to snorkel with the whales, giving you a truly immersive experience. Just be sure to follow the guidelines set by the Mexican government’s Marine Mammal Protection Program to ensure that you’re not disturbing the whales or their habitat.

Here are a few great, highly rated tours to check out:

Indulge in the Baja Food Scene

Mexican fajitas
Mexican fajitas (photo by Savored Journeys)

You’ll find many restaurants and bars in Cabo San Lucas that will satisfy your hunger for authentic Mexican food. We love the many street taco stands that line the streets. A taco crawl is a great way to spend an afternoon.

But there’s more to this area than just street food and all-inclusive resort restaurants. A few top chefs have married innovative techniques together with incredible local ingredients to excite the palate. Seafood, caught fresh daily is at the top of the list, and so is El  Farallon Restaurant, in The Resort at Pedregal, run by Chef Miriam Jimenez. The views are spectacular. It’s definitely a meal you won’t soon forget.

For a way more laid-back experience, put your feet in sand and walk along the beach to The Office on the Beach on Playa el Medano. It’s a casual hangout, with great food, good cocktails, and a fun atmosphere. Just a note, though – you probably don’t want to go there during spring break unless you’re really ready to party.

Another thing we love to do is food tours. The Eat Like A Local Cabo Food Tour is a 3-hour tour where you’ll visit five different spots serving some of the region’s best food and also enjoy a mezcal tasting experience.

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Parasailing & Snorkeling in Cabo

Parasailing in Cabo
Parasailing in Cabo (photo by Savored Journeys)

There are many opportunities for watersport activities in Los Cabos. The sea water is warm and perfect for swimming in most places. The sand on the beach isn’t always soft to walk on, however. But that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the sea. 

Two of our favorite sea activities are parasailing and snorkeling in the Sea of Cortez. The views are spectacular for parasailing. You’ll be able to take in the scenery all along the coast, including Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach) and El Arco.

Parasailing opportunities can be found on Playa el Medano. There are vendors selling tickets for a 10-minute ride. You can book in advance online, or just show up and get a slot (which can be difficult if it’s really busy). You can also book in advance with Cabo Expeditions.

Just a short drive away from Cabo San Lucas, you’ll find the small cove of Playa Santa Maria. This is a peaceful beach that offers great snorkeling, along with the chance to rent kayaks. If you’re lucky, the beach won’t be crowded either. Another great option is Playa Empacadora, also known as Cannery Beach.

Another way to enjoy good snorkeling in Los Cabos is to book a snorkeling cruise to Santa Maria Beach. Half-day tours include snorkeling equipment, paddle boards, an open bar and a tasty lunch.

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Sample the Local Libations

Cabo Wabo
Cabo Wabo (Image via Flickr by Michael)

Los Cabos is home to a number of breweries and distilleries. Make sure you save a little time to visit and taste some of the local beers and spirits. Some distilleries even offer tours of their facilities so you can see how tequila is made.

In Cabo San Lucas, you’ll find craft beer at the Baja Brewing Company, which has restaurants in Cabo San Lucas as well as San Jose del Cabo. For tequila, you can try El Fortaleza, which is still owned by the original family.

You also can’t miss the incredibly popular Cabo Wabo Cantina. They’re open for lunch and dinner and often have live music on stage. During the day, it’s not a bad place to grab a drink. At night it becomes a club.

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Go on a Cruise

Cabo San Lucas views
Cabo San Lucas views (photo by Savored Journeys)

Yes, it’s a booze cruise. But that doesn’t mean it has to be crazy. There are many different type of cruises you can go on, so you can find the one that suits your style.

The best cruises depart from the marina in Cabo San Lucas and sail past some of the most iconic views, like Lover’s Beach, Pelican Rock, The Arch, and the Sea Lion Colony. The sunsets can be dramatically colorful and exciting to witness.

We prefer the Los Cabos Luxury Sunset Sail, which can be booked online with Cabo Adventures. Sip drinks from the open bar and nibble on light bites from a gourmet menu as you cruise past iconic landmarks like the Los Cabos Arch and Lover’s Beach.

We’ve also gone on this Luxury Sailing, Snorkeling, and Lunch Cruise. It’s a 4-hour excursion with an open bar and no more than 16 guests on board.

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Diving

diving to see fish

If you’re a fan of diving, then Cabo San Lucas is the perfect destination for you! With its crystal-clear waters and diverse marine life, you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience. If you’re a beginner, try this tour. If you’re more advanced, you could go with this 2 Tank Tour in Cabo San Lucas Reserve, Certified Divers with MANTA

Best Time to Dive

The best time to dive in Cabo San Lucas is from June to November when the water is warmest and the visibility is the clearest. However, if you’re looking to dive with whale sharks, then the best time to visit is from October to February.

Dive Sites

Cabo San Lucas has a variety of dive sites suitable for all levels of divers. Some of the most popular dive sites include:

  • The Sand Falls: a unique dive site where sand cascades down a drop-off
  • Neptune’s Finger: a coral-covered rock formation with plenty of marine life
  • Pelican Rock: a shallow dive site with a variety of fish and sea turtles

Dive Operators

There are plenty of dive operators in Cabo San Lucas, so it’s important to choose one that is reputable and experienced. Some of the most popular dive operators include:

  • Cabo Adventures: offers a variety of diving experiences, including night dives and whale shark encounters
  • Manta Scuba Diving: specializes in small group dives and underwater photography. You can book a Scuba Diving for Beginners course with them.

Certification

If you’re not already certified, then Cabo San Lucas is a great place to get certified. There are plenty of dive schools in the area that offer certification courses. Some of the most popular dive schools include:

  • PADI: the world’s largest scuba diving organization
  • SSI: a leading scuba diving certification agency
  • NAUI: a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting safe diving practices

Fishing Charter

Cabo Fishing charter

If you’re looking for a unique and exciting experience in Cabo San Lucas, you should definitely consider booking a sport fishing charter. Cabo San Lucas is known for its abundant marine life, and there’s no better way to experience it than by heading out on a fishing boat.

There are many fishing charters available in Cabo San Lucas, ranging from half-day trips to multi-day excursions. You can choose from a variety of fishing styles, including deep-sea fishing, fly fishing, and shore fishing. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to catch marlin, tuna, dorado, wahoo, and many other species.

When choosing a fishing charter, it’s important to consider factors such as the size of the boat, the experience of the crew, and the equipment provided. You’ll want to make sure that you’re comfortable on the boat and that you have everything you need to make your fishing trip a success.

Here are some things to keep in mind when booking a fishing charter in Cabo San Lucas:

  • Look for a charter that provides all necessary equipment, including fishing rods, reels, and bait.
  • Make sure the crew is experienced and knowledgeable about the local fishing conditions.
  • Consider the size of the boat and the number of people in your group. You want to make sure that everyone has enough space to fish comfortably.
  • Check the reviews of the charter before booking to ensure that other customers have had positive experiences.

Jet-Skiing

jet skiing at Lover's Beach

If you’re looking for an adrenaline-pumping activity to do in Cabo San Lucas, jet-skiing is a must-try. With its crystal-clear waters and stunning coastline, Cabo San Lucas is the perfect place to explore on a jet ski. Here are some things to keep in mind when planning your jet-skiing adventure:

  • Safety first: Always wear a life jacket, and listen carefully to the safety instructions provided by the rental company. Stay within the designated areas and follow all local laws and regulations.
  • Choose your rental company wisely: There are many jet-ski rental companies in Cabo San Lucas, so it’s important to choose a reputable one. Look for a company that has good reviews and a proven track record of safety. We’ve done this tour with Get Fresh Cabo Jet Ski before and enjoyed it. They have great reviews on Viator.
  • Bring a waterproof camera: You’ll want to capture the stunning views and your exhilarating experience on camera. Make sure to bring a waterproof camera or a waterproof case for your phone.
  • Consider a guided tour: If you’re new to jet-skiing or want to explore the area with a knowledgeable guide, consider booking a guided tour. Many tour companies offer guided jet-ski tours that take you to some of the best spots in Cabo San Lucas.
  • Be respectful of the environment: Jet-skiing can be a lot of fun, but it’s important to be mindful of the environment. Avoid disturbing marine life, and don’t leave any trash behind.

Paddleboarding

Paddleboarding Cabo

Paddleboarding is a popular water sport in Cabo San Lucas, and for good reason. With its crystal-clear waters and stunning coastline, it’s the perfect place to explore on a paddleboard. Here are some of the best places to paddleboard in Cabo San Lucas:

  • Playa del Amor is a secluded beach surrounded by cliffs, making it the perfect place to paddleboard. You’ll have beautiful views of the ocean and the surrounding landscape as you paddle along the shore.
  • Medano Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Cabo San Lucas, and for good reason. It’s a great place to paddleboard, with calm waters and stunning views of the Arch of Cabo San Lucas.
  • Chileno Bay is a protected cove with calm waters, making it a great place for beginners to try paddleboarding. It’s also a great spot for snorkeling, so you can explore the underwater world while you’re there.
  • Santa Maria Bay is another protected cove with calm waters, making it a great spot for paddleboarding. It’s also a great place for snorkeling, with plenty of marine life to see.

When you’re paddleboarding in Cabo San Lucas, it’s important to take safety precautions. Always wear a life jacket, stay aware of your surroundings, and be mindful of other watercraft in the area.

Ziplining

ziplining

With its stunning natural beauty, Cabo San Lucas offers a unique ziplining experience that will take you through the desert landscape, over riverbeds, and cactus-lined canyons.

There are several zipline and aerial adventure parks in Cabo San Lucas that offer a variety of zipline experiences. It’ll be fun for you, whether you’re a first-timer or an experienced zipliner.

One of the most popular zipline parks is the Wild Canyon. Here, you can experience the thrill of ziplining solo or tandem with friends or family. The park has the longest and fastest zipline in Mexico, their Monster zipline allows up to 4 people to go at once. There are 8 ziplines to go on.

Another popular zipline park is Cabo Adventures. They offer a combination of zipline and UTV adventure tours, providing an exciting and unique way to explore the beautiful natural surroundings of Cabo San Lucas.

Horseback Riding

horseback riding

One of the most popular activities in Cabo San Lucas is horseback riding. You can explore the beautiful scenery of the Baja California Sur region on horseback and take in the stunning views of the mountains, desert, and ocean. There are many horseback riding tours available in Cabo San Lucas, so you can choose one that suits your preferences and experience level.

Most horseback riding tours in Cabo San Lucas take you through the desert or along the beach. You can choose a tour that lasts for a few hours or a full day, depending on how much time you have and how much you want to see. Some tours even include a stop for lunch or a swim in the ocean.

Book this horseback riding tour in Cabo San Lucas and you’ll be provided with a well-trained horse and all the necessary equipment, including a helmet. The guides are experienced and knowledgeable about the area, so they can tell you about the local flora and fauna and answer any questions you may have.

El Arco

El Arco

One of the most iconic landmarks in Cabo San Lucas is El Arco, also known as Land’s End. This natural rock formation is located at the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Here are some fantastic things to do at El Arco:

  • Boat Tours: One of the best ways to experience El Arco is on a boat tour. You can take a glass-bottom boat tour to see the marine life and the underwater world around the arch. Alternatively, you can take a sunset cruise to see the arch in the golden light of the setting sun.
  • Snorkeling: The waters around El Arco are teeming with marine life, making it an excellent spot for snorkeling. You can rent snorkeling gear and explore the underwater world around the arch.
  • Kayaking: Another fun way to explore El Arco is by kayaking. You can go on a kayak tour in a glass-bottom kayak and paddle around the arch, taking in the stunning views of the rock formations and the sea.
  • Beaches: There are several beaches near El Arco, including Lover’s Beach and Divorce Beach. Lover’s Beach is a secluded cove with calm waters, perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Divorce Beach, on the other hand, has rougher waters and is popular with surfers.
  • Whale Watching: During the winter months, you can see humpback whales and gray whales around El Arco. You can take a whale watching tour and see these majestic creatures up close.

Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo
Cabo Pulmo

If you’re a nature lover, Cabo Pulmo is a must-visit destination in Cabo San Lucas. Located on the East Cape of the Baja California Sur, Cabo Pulmo is a national marine park that boasts the oldest living coral reef on the west coast of North America. Here are some fantastic things to do in Cabo Pulmo:

Snorkeling and Diving

Cabo Pulmo is known for its exceptional snorkeling and diving opportunities. The reef is home to over 800 species of marine life, including colorful fish, sea turtles, and even sharks.

You can take a guided tour or rent equipment and explore the reef on your own. The visibility is excellent, and the water is warm and clear. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a giant manta ray or a humpback whale.

Playa Arbolito

Playa Arbolito is a beautiful beach located within the Cabo Pulmo Marine Park. It’s a great place to relax, sunbathe, and swim. The beach is surrounded by towering cliffs and crystal-clear water.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard and explore the coastline. There are also hiking trails that lead to stunning viewpoints overlooking the sea.

Cabo Pulmo Dive House

If you’re interested in diving, the Cabo Pulmo Dive House is the place to go. This family-run business offers diving courses and guided dives for all levels of experience. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and they’ll make sure you have a safe and unforgettable experience. They also offer snorkeling tours and equipment rentals.

Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve

The Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve is a 71-square-kilometer protected area that includes the coral reef and surrounding waters. It’s home to a diverse range of marine species, including whales, dolphins, sea lions, and more.

The park is open to visitors, but it’s important to follow the rules and regulations to protect the fragile ecosystem. You can learn more about the marine preserve at the visitor center, which has informative exhibits and displays.

Todos Santos

Todos Santos
Todos Santos

Todos Santos is a great option for a day trip from Cabo. Located about an hour north of Cabo, this charming town is known for its art galleries, cafes, and laid-back vibe.

Here are a few things you can do in Todos Santos:

  • Visit the art galleries: Todos Santos is home to a thriving art scene, with many galleries showcasing the work of local artists. Check out the Galería Logan or the Cultural Center of Todos Santos for a taste of the town’s art scene.
  • Explore the historic district: The historic district of Todos Santos is filled with colonial-era buildings and cobblestone streets. Take a stroll through the area to admire the architecture and soak up the town’s ambiance.
  • Go to the beach: Todos Santos is located near some beautiful beaches, including Playa Las Palmas and Playa Los Cerritos. Spend a day lounging on the sand or trying your hand at surfing.
  • Visit the Hotel California: The Hotel California is a famous landmark in Todos Santos, thanks to the Eagles song of the same name. While the song was not actually written about this hotel, it’s still a fun place to visit and take some photos.

Puerto Paraiso Mall

Puerto Paraiso Mall
Cristo Vlahos, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

If you’re looking for a shopping experience in Cabo San Lucas, the Puerto Paraiso Mall is a must-visit destination. This shopping mall is located in the heart of Cabo San Lucas, near the marina, and offers visitors a wide range of entertainment, dining, and shopping options.

The mall features over 140 stores, including luxury brands such as Lacoste, Tommy Bahama, and Harley-Davidson Los Cabos. You can also find souvenirs and gifts at 100% México, Hacienda Tequila, and Cabo Hats. If you’re looking for beauty and wellness products, check out Sally Beauty Supply, Sephora, and L’Occitane en Provence.

In addition to shopping, the Puerto Paraiso Mall offers a variety of dining options. You can grab a quick bite at Häagen Dazs, Johnny Rocket’s, or KB Chips. If you’re in the mood for a coffee, check out The Coffee Factory or The Italian Coffee Company. For a more upscale dining experience, head to the Casino area and try one of the many restaurants there.

The mall also has a movie theater, where you can catch the latest Hollywood blockbusters. If you’re looking for something more active, try the bowling alley or the arcade. There’s even a rooftop pool and bar where you can relax and enjoy the views of Cabo San Lucas.

El Squid Roe

El Squid Roe is a legendary nightclub that has been around for over 30 years. It’s a three-story venue that offers a unique experience for party-goers. The music is loud, and the drinks are strong. You can dance the night away or just people-watch from one of the many balconies.

When it comes to nightlife in Cabo San Lucas, these two spots are just the beginning. There are plenty of other bars and clubs to explore. If you’re looking for a more low-key experience, consider a food tour or shopping for souvenirs. And don’t forget to try some of the delicious tacos that Cabo is known for.

Excursions

If you’re looking for an adventure outside of Cabo San Lucas, there are plenty of exciting excursions to choose from. Here are a couple of options to consider:

Viator is a great resource for finding and booking excursions in Cabo San Lucas. They offer a variety of tours and activities, including snorkeling, zip-lining, and ATV rides.

One popular option is the Cabo San Lucas Glass-Bottom Boat Ride and Snorkel Tour, which takes you to the famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas and the Sea Lion Colony. You’ll have the opportunity to snorkel and see a variety of marine life up close.

Another popular excursion is a sailing cruise. Cabo Adventure and Cabo Adventures both offer sailing tours that take you out on the water to see the beautiful coastline and marine life. You’ll have the opportunity to swim, snorkel, and even paddleboard. Some tours also include a sunset dinner and drinks, making for a romantic evening on the water.

Camel Ride

camel ride

Despite not being native to the area, there are several outfitters that provide camel ride tours in a safari atmosphere. Riding atop a docile humpbacked giant, your tour of the Baja desert and/or beachfront becomes an educational experience as you learn about the local flora and fauna during the excursion.

One of the best places to enjoy a camel ride in Cabo San Lucas is at Tierra Sagrada Ranch, where you can book a tour with Cabo Adventures. The tour includes a camel ride, a guided nature walk, a tortilla-making class, and a traditional Mexican buffet lunch. You’ll also get to taste mezcal and tequila and enjoy beer and fruit-infused water. The tour lasts approximately 4 hours, and round-trip transportation is included.

Wildlife Viewing

cabo sea lion

If you’re a nature enthusiast, Cabo San Lucas has a lot to offer. The city’s beautiful beaches and diverse marine life make it a perfect destination for wildlife viewing. Here are some of the fantastic wildlife viewing opportunities in Cabo San Lucas:

Sea Lions – If you’re interested in seeing sea lions, head to the Arch of Cabo San Lucas. The area is home to a large colony of sea lions, and you can watch them basking in the sun on the rocks. You can also take a boat tour to get a closer look at these playful creatures.

Bottlenose Dolphins – Bottlenose dolphins are a common sight in Cabo San Lucas. You can see them swimming and playing in the ocean from the shore, or you can take a boat tour to get a closer look. Some tours even allow you to swim with the dolphins.

Manta Rays – Manta rays are another common sight in Cabo San Lucas. You can see them swimming close to the shore or take a boat tour to see them up close. Some tours even allow you to swim with the manta rays.

Moray Eels – If you’re interested in seeing moray eels, head to the Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park. The park is home to a large population of moray eels, and you can see them swimming in the coral reefs. You can take a snorkeling or scuba diving tour to get a closer look at these fascinating creatures.

Getting Around in Los Cabos

If you’re staying at an all-inclusive resort in Los Cabos, you might find that a lot of what you need is already available on-site, including dining, entertainment, and various activities. However, if you want to explore more of the region, there are several options for getting around like taxis and rideshares.

Always check with your hotel concierge or front desk for the best and safest options. They can provide up-to-date information and help arrange transportation. And remember, always prioritize your safety, especially when using transportation late at night.

You can rent a car from the airport or from some hotels, if you’re comfortable navigating the roads. You’ll have to park at the hotel, which will likely incur another charge, but you’ll be able to go out and explore.

One thing to remember when renting a car in Mexico is that your U.S. car insurance typically won’t cover you unless you buy extra insurance, called Mexico tourist auto insurance or Mexican car insurance. When you’re at the counter, you can’t refuse the insurance as you might in other places.

Depending on where you’re staying, like right on the beach in Cabo San Lucas, you might just be able to walk everywhere you want to go. You can also book excursions to go do things like whale watching and sunset cruises.

CONCLUSION

Once you see it for yourself, you’ll see why we love these Los Cabos activities, and the beauty that surrounds this area. Have you been to Los Cabos? Tell us your favorite things to do there. Like this post? Why not save it to your Pinterest board!

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