Known as the Marlin Capital of the World, Los Cabos welcomes its arms to championship fisherman, diving enthusiasts, and travelers who want to explore the area’s natural surroundings and historical landmarks. Plus, with an average year-round temperature of 78°F, over 300 days of sunshine, and an average rainfall of only 7-10 inches, Los Cabos is an ideal spot for your next getaway!
Fun Things to See and Do
So, you’ve planned your trip to Los Cabos and are wondering what to do while you’re there. Fair warning: you might have a hard time choosing! Visit Cabo Pulmo, a protected National Marine Park, explore the area on an ATV, take a catamaran ride across crystal blue waters, go horseback riding through the desert, parasail over Cabo San Lucas Bay, and more! The choices are endless, and the excitement is never-ending!
Cabo San Lucas
Whether you’re interested in deep-sea fishing, championship golf, or thrilling nightlife, Cabo San Lucas offers everything needed for a one-of-a-kind vacation. If you’re visiting during the months of December through March, you’ll love watching gray whales migrate to the area from Alaska. Be sure to visit the famed El Arco rock formation, the Puerto Paraiso Mall, or the many restaurants, bars, and clubs in downtown Cabo San Lucas while you’re there.
San Jose del Cabo
Over in San Jose del Cabo, you’ll experience an easygoing, tranquil vibe – with attractions that are just as amazing as Cabo San Lucas. This once sleepy colonial town has become Los Cabos’ cultural hot spot thanks to its art scene and galleries. Don’t miss the Art Walk, happening every Thursday from November to June! You can also tee off at championship golf courses, shop at charming boutiques, or dine at tantalizing restaurants. A visit to The Estero is a must, with its assortment of birds and wildlife, or learn more about Parroquia San Jose, an Old Jesuit Mission that dates as far back as the 1730’s!
Located between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, The Corridor is home to beautiful blue waters full of marine life. There’s plenty to enjoy, including restaurants, golf courses, spas, and an assortment of luxury homes and resorts throughout the area.
If you’re visiting Los Cabos, you won’t want to miss out on any opportunities involving water – including any chance to go diving, snorkeling, or boating. You’re bound to see amazing things, like coral reefs, dolphins, and other marine life! Feeling brave? Head over to Cabo San Lucas and delve into a popular 1200 foot canyon that was originally discovered by Jacques Cousteau! But remember, this incredible spot is available to experienced divers only!
Lover’s and Divorce Beach
Known as Playa del Amor, the secluded Lover’s Beach sits just along the El Arco rock formation and offers a perfect view of Neptune’s Finger, another popular diving spot in the area. Only accessible by water, you’ll have to hop in a kayak, water taxi, or boat to set foot on the warm sandy shores of this beach.
Travel just a little further down and you’ll find Divorce Beach – the perfect spot to catch a beautiful sunset or to sunbathe. Just don’t go into the water! Besides the fact that there’s no lifeguards around, Divorce Beach is famous for its heavy riptides and strong waves.