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Whether you prefer a romantic sunset cruise to Lover's Beach or an exciting
whale watching tour, Cabo San Lucas is the place to be. January to March
is the peak time to watch gray whales on their migration from Alaska to
the Baja Peninsula, and many local tour companies are ready to take you
to see them up close.
Cabos Guide - Cruises
Diving & Snorkeling:
Divers of all skill levels will be delighted with the endless variety
of underwater adventures to be found in the clear waters off Los Cabos.
Scuba divers will especially enjoy the drama of the sites at Land's End,
where visibility reaches up to 50 feet in the winter and 100 feet in the
summer. Snorkelers will want to head to Playa El Medano, where they can
explore a breathtaking marine sanctuary.
Cabos Guide - Diving
Cabos Guide - Snorkeling
Los Cabos is the sport fishing capital of the world, and it's no secret
why. Over 650 species of fish swim through these beautiful waters, including
dorado, marlin, tuna, wahoo, cabrilla, sierra and roosterfish. If you
don't have your own boat, just charter one in the Los Cabos Marina!
Cabos Guide - Fishing
World class golf, natural desert terrain, exotic and abundant wildlife
and a dramatic ocean backdrop make Los Cabos one of the world's most beautiful
and challenging golf locales in the world. Golf aficionados say that the
championship courses designed by some of the world's most renowned course
designers are among the finest anywhere.
Cabos Guide - Golf
Stunning rock formations form the backdrop for the abundant wildlife and
indigenous vegetation of the Los Cabos region, and many are just a bike
ride or hike away. If you've got a car, you just need to travel an hour
to reach the legendary waterfalls at Santiago. Don't forget your sunscreen
Cabos Guide - Hiking
Private rides and guided tours are available for everyone from first-time
riders to expert horsemen and horsewomen.
Cabos Guide - Horseback Riding
Motorcycle / ATV Rentals:
Explore the expansive desert surrounding Los Cabos on a rented motorcycle
or ATV. ATVs and motorcycles offer a great way to explore the surrounding
desert. Don't forget to wear a helmet and goggles, and the beaches of
Los Cabos are a fragile ecosystem, so ATVs and motorcycles are not permitted
Cabos Guide - ATV Tours
Whether you're in
the market for hand-blown glass, home furnishings or some authentic Mexican
tequila, you'll find Cabo San Lucas to be a shopper's paradise. High quality
craft boutiques with favorable prices will keep you coming back for more.
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