Top things to do in Los Cabos
Los Cabos destination has become one of the world’s most famous destinations with grand scenery, sunbathing, snorkeling, and many celebrities, to say nothing about the never-ending parties. Los Cabos encompasses two towns; Cabo San Lucas is the luxury part, and San Jose del Cabo is the quaint one, but both of them used to be placid, fishing villages. Now, Los Cabos offers so many things that a short vacation won’t be enough to see it all. The first thing you must do is take a boat to see the Arch, or the Land’s End, located at the southern end of Cabo San Lucas. These rock formations were created with rough winds and waves. Sea lions and whales are frequent in the area, and it’s also a great spot for diving and snorkeling.
You can take a trip in the morning or at sunset, some boats are glass-bottomed, but you will enjoy it as much in a traditional one. If you feel adventurous and your physical condition is great, you can rent a kayak and make your way towards the Land’s End, but watch out – the currents are strong, and you may be pulled towards the ocean. If you stay in Cabo San Lucas, you have to visit San Jose del Cabo, known as the “Old Town,” where everything is a bit quieter but beautiful and charming. You can enjoy shopping and excellent dining. Don´t miss Plaza Mijares with a beautiful church, town hall, and cute shops and restaurants. The main attractions in Los Cabos are sport fishing and Golf, although not for everybody and quite pricey. But if you are a fan of any of those, you won’t be disappointed.
Golf courses here are situated in the world’s best. Cabo del Sol, Palmilla, and Cabo Real are the most famous ones, but literally, any of the ones in Los Cabos will be amazing. If you fish, many restaurants offer an option to grill what you bring, so fishing in Los Cabos can be a double pleasure. For something more relaxing, visit Playa del Amor, Lover’s Beach, one of the most famous beaches in Los Cabos, close to the Land’s End and easily accessible by water boat from the marina. Enjoy this romantic place but don’t forget to bring bug spray as it’s also a mosquitoes’ beloved spot.
There are also plenty of other attractions to enjoy, such as swimming with dolphins, horse riding, ecotourism, canopies, and ATVs. Los Cabos boasts its vibrant nightlife. Cabo Wabo is a must for tourists looking for a party. It’s a massive complex with bars and stages with live bands, and El Squid Roe is one of the nightlife landmarks and worth visiting even if you only plan to watch…
Definitely, it’s impossible to get bored in Los Cabos.