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Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas

When the sun shines the activities are endless. There’s fantastic marlin sport fishing in Los Cabos, the beaches are fabulous, golf is world renowned. Los Cabos is legendary for great surf, drawing in visitors from around the globe to experience the waves.

Most visitors to Cabo travel by foot as everything is close by. The town is host to wonderful restaurants, lively nightclubs and beautiful hotels. For those who love to shop, the main streets and walkways of Cabo are overflowing with fun and fanciful boutiques that offer souvenirs, arts and crafts, jewelry, pottery, beachwear and clothing. The street vendors feature a wide range of merchandise; downtown Cabo San Lucas is a great place to discover local artisans, with their traditional Mexican artifacts.

When the sun sets in Cabo San Lucas, the nights fill with excitement and entertainment. It’s electric and full of energy. Dine, dance, enjoy live music—the evenings offer endless choices for fun and leisure.Be sure to talk to your Destination Expert to plan your next getaway to this Mexican hot spot.

Snorkeling and Diving

In Cabo San Lucas, underwater beauty is unsurpassed. A protected marine sanctuary, Cabo San Lucas Bay shelters tropical fish, sea lions and exotic marine life. Try a two-hour guided snorkeling tour or rent gear at dive shops around the marina and take a water taxi to Lover’s Beach, near El Arco, to swim, snorkel, dive and watch the sea lions.

Boat Cruises

Cruising through the Sea of Cortés is not to be missed. Spend the day or early evening on a snorkel or sunset cruise. Los Cabos has an excellent selection and variety of boats. Two hour sunset tours cruise out to Land’s End, bringing you close to El Arco, Lover’s Beach and the sea lion colony.


Ideally suited to the Sea of Cortés these lightweight sit-on-top kayaks are simple to master and fun to use. Depending on where you kayak, you may see spotted eagle and bat rays, multi-hued schools of fish, sea lions, pelicans, sea turtles, and pods of dolphins. You might even paddle near humpback and gray whales that visit from January through March.

Biking and Hiking

Mountain biking and natural history tours lead you over old ranch roads and mountain trails, and into the East Cape backcountry. See diverse desert flora, birds of prey, hummingbirds, jackrabbits, roadrunners, coyotes and more. There are fairly easy uphill jaunts through rock formations and tropical growth.


Shop till you drop in the delightful town of Cabo San Lucas. There are colorful designer boutiques, jewelry shops selling silver and black coral, art galleries, clothing, as well as local Mexican artifacts and crafts. It's a shopper's delight! You can spend hours enjoying the markets, open-air bazaars, souvenir stalls, and artisan shops. It’s lively fun for the shopping enthusiast.

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