The best beach snorkeling in the area is at 2 beaches just east of Cabo, Bahia Santa Maria and Bahia Chilleno, with Santa Maria by far the best. just beware the water is fairly chilly in winter months.
There were three sporting events I found myself engaged on. Sport fishing, Winbeldom, and World Cup Soccer. Two of them I could follow by the news and on any television and anywhere. But sport fishing in the deep for an exciting expedition was real. I am sure my father had a ball but my attractiveness to the ocean has its limits. Anyhow early at 6:30a.m. saturday morning they rented a Vessel, Captain, and Major to take them out to the Pacific for what could be known as the deep. They caught fish almost immediately. A yellow finned tailed Tuna and a Mahi Mahi. The awesome experience didn't end until we went to Baja California and Captian Tony's on the marina to have the fish barbegued, blackenned, grilled with garlic and cappers, fried, and served as sushi and called shi shemmi, and finally prepared in vericose and sauted with bell peppers. Even experiemented with batter fried fish eggs for their virility.
Equipment: There rental where activity included. Although a man is always prepared to reel. Don' t be so easily convinced of a good time. Trust your various friends and shop for the best all around package of temptations.
There is some great free climbing areas right at Lovers Beach in Cabo San Lucas.
To get there you'll need to drive up the road that goes right up by the Marina. It will dead end at a resort. Nod your head at the attendant like you own the place, or just tell him your checking in. Then go park to the right in the car rental parking lot. Chances are your driving a rented car and they'll never notice and your car will just blend in. However, this is not legal, but it's fun.
Then walk through the resort, scope it out for babes and head down to the beach and go left towards the large rock structures.
Usually no one is climbing just passing through to go to the private beaches on the other end of the rocks....
Equipment: Water, sunblock....no need for harnesses...
There are all kinds of sports to participate in while you're in Cabo. The latest seems to be quads sitting at nearly every hotel for rent. Besides fishing, scuba diving, swimming, hiking there is a new sport - driving earthmoving equipment. I had to try it out, a first for me (LOL)
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