Beaches, Cabo San Lucas
La Playa de los Enamorados is a must if you visit Cabo. You have to take a short 20-minute boat ride to reach this small island. It's location is unusual. On the west side huge Pacific Ocean waves break, while on the East side you have perfectly small waves that come in from the Gulf of California. Be sure to take sunblock, something to read or keep you occupied and plenty of water to drink. There are absolutely no vendors on the island and the boat taxis just drop you off so when you want to go back to the main land you have to catch a taxi that is dropping someone else off. So there is no telling how long you will be there. Don't forget a hat or umbrella, it gets severely hot out there.
Fondest memory: What I miss the most about Cabo are the fish tacos! Don't leave without trying them.
Take time to relax. Watch the sun go down over the Pacific or the Sea of Cortez.
Fondest memory: The weather was perfect in February, 80f with a mild wind off the ocean and cool evenings, but no jacket needed.
Relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Fondest memory: The beaches - From the main beach at Playa Medano, one of the great people watching spots in the world, to quiet Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach) a short boat ride away. There are the countless quiet coves, where you'll most likely find no other footprints in the sand. Miles and miles of deserted beaches, on both the Pacific coast and the shoreline of the Sea of Cortez, make for an unbelievable vacation area; the kind beach lovers dream of. Snorkeling at either of the beautiful bays of Santa Maria or Chileno seems to be the very reason snorkeling was invented.
This is the only beach in the world that goes through from one sea to another. One side is the Sea of Cortez. The other side in the Pacific Ocean.