This natural arch is Cabo's most famous landmark. It's only accesible by boat so you can either take a sightseeing or whale watching tour or rent a kayak and paddle out here. Right by the arch is a... more
Lover’s Beach is another “must-see” spot during your stay in Cabo San Lucas. Pick up a glass bottom boat or a water taxi from the Marina or along Playa Medano. Don’t forget to bargain because what was... more
No trip to Cabo San Lucas can be considered fully complete without taking a crack at deep sea fishing. The Sea of Cortez is home to a wide array of game fish including blue marlin, striped marlin,... more
Booked a trip with Amigos ATV Adventures and was most disappointed.Found the machines to be in a poor state of repair,some barely running,most with near bald tires and more than one person complaining... more
Looking for a fun boat that takes you snorkeling? Then this is the one for you!
The Jungle Cruise departs from the main dock in Cabo San Lucas Marina in the late morning, around 10:30am. During the... more
One of the more popular beach activities is to rent jet skis and cruise around the Sea of Cortez. You can get pretty close to the famous Arch and are allowed to the North and can cruise to the end of... more
We found the YAEL Snorkel Sail online and it turned out to the be absolute best trip we have ever taken. The Captain was a delight, food delicious, and snorkeling spectacular. We extended our day trip... more
We took a sunset cruise with the Sunderland, Cabo's Pirate Sunset. This 30 metres tall pirate ship was building in 1885 and is an open bar. Sailing for 2 hours to see the sunset and for the rest there... more
If you get a chance visit San Jose in the evening hours after most of the tourists have left for Cabo. We went at aroung 8:00 P.M. and felt like we were the only tourists there. There were lots of... more
Just got back from Cabo and had a blast. We did this tour that some American guys started called the After Hours Tour. It was amazing, there was no uncertainty on what to do, these guys took us to all... more
These guys are always on the beach. I didnt do it but Rob did. All I remember thinking was, this doesnt look safe and it was expensive to do. Now i wished i had done it because you probably could get... more
Is the main road in the city, most of the shopping malls and touristic attractions as the Hard Rock Cafe are located here. A long avenue aligned with palm trees, a nice stroll if you´re looking for... more
On the main square you will find a skeleton of a grey whale in front of a museum. I guess it is a part of the museum. We tried two times to visit the museum, but every time we went it was closed. Not... more
Cabo San Lucas has rapidly become the golf capital of Mexico. With six championship courses (there are more in the planning stage) all within easy driving distance of each other, the area offers some... more
Cabo San Lucas is by far my favorite city in Mexico. The atmosphere is great, there is something for everyone, there are plenty of amazing restaurants, good nightlife, and it is the perfect place to...
No, gracias are the words you have to use a lot in Cabo San Lucas. In town because of the many Timeshare sharks, on the beach because of the many peddlers who annoys you. If you can live with that you...
When I think of flying to another country and laying out on the beaches, Cabo is nowhere near the top of the list. Though there are some nice, relaxing resorts in the Cape area, most of them are in......