Most likely, you’ve heard of “Cabo” known for its sapphire blue waters and an average temperature, year-round of 78 degrees F. But what keeps folks coming back is the huge variety of activities offered in this Mexican utopia. From the miles of beaches to mountains that tower 7000 feet in the air to the waters teeming with sea life, you can find something to do here.
Whale watching is at its very best in Los Cabos. Often the whales can be seen from the beaches but there are abundant whale watching excursions to be had as well.
2…Baja – “Off-roading”
The beautiful desert of the Baja is perfect for off-roading on an ATV or in a Jeep. In Los Cabos you can go on a guided ATV tour to the Pacific Ocean or out into the desert’s rugged hills and arroyos.
World class fishing is at its best here year round. Cabo – the Marlin Capital of the World – is a great place to start if you’ve never fished before, or to come if you’re an expert.
Bahia de San Lucas is home to schools of tropical fish that can truly be enjoyed from under the surface. Explore the crystal waters on a snorkeling tour or rent gear to go diving. Head for Lover’s Beach to snorkel or dive with the added bonus of seeing the sea lions.
There are beaches of every kind in Los Cabos. On the Pacific side, the beaches tend toward the wild, while on the Sea of Cortez, placid is the word. Soft sand and breathtaking vistas make the Cabo beaches some of the best anywhere.
The Sea of Cortez is beyond perfect for cruising and sailing. Get out onto those waters and see the sunset from the deck of a cruise boat, a catamaran or trimaran triple-decker. Don’t be a landlubber when you’re in Cabo.
7… Climbing, Hiking, Biking
For the nature lover or adventure seeker hiking, climbing and rappelling trips of all sorts are available. There are easy hikes through fabulous rock formations to clear pools perfect for a romantic getaway. Mountain bikes can be rented by the day or by the hour and there is plenty of territory to explore.
Los Cabos has become one of the best places to golf year round. There are over seven championship courses to choose from and more under construction.
9…Sightseeing – Rent a car.
The Tourist Corridor is so jam-paced with fabulous sites and soft golden beaches it is entirely practical to simply rent a car and head out.
Finally, when the sun goes down, you can sit on the beach and toast the sunset with a cerveza. Or, you can hit one of the many hot spots for dancing the night away. Cabo San Lucas is the place to be after dark.