What Is There To Do In Los Cabos
The point of land known as Cabo San Lucas is a popular
attraction not only because of its famous rock formation ‘El Arco’ - the Arch –
but also because of the excellent sport fishing in the area (you’ll find a
large fleet of rental boats) and the rich marine life which attracts numerous
divers. San José del Cabo has quite a different feel from Cabo San Lucas, as it
still has the picturesque atmosphere of a slow-paced Mexican “pueblo”. Narrow
streets lead to the heart of town where you’ll find the ‘plaza’ or main square,
town hall and San José de Añuití mission. The marshy San José “estero” is a
protected nature reserve with numerous ecotourism activities for visitors.
With incredibly rich
Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez fishing grounds, Los Cabos is known as the
marlin capital of the world. Los Cabos is known as the marlin capital of the
world. More billfish are caught – and released – off Los Cabos than anywhere
else in the world!
Jeep and Hummer tours
explore the foothills of the La Laguna mountains and hidden desert oasis of hot
and cold springs in remote areas few have visited. Travel through small
colonial villages, organic farms, and ranches and experience a long forgotten
way of life, where nomadic Pericue Indians once roamed and Jesuit priests
founded eighteenth century missions.
And much, much more to do
in Cabo San Lucas