Los Cabos offers a plethora of land and sea activities to suit every taste. You pick the activity, we’ll make all the arrangements.
For example, the whale watching season in Los Cabos (December through March) marks the arrival of hundreds of whales that migrate from the Arctic Ocean to the warm, calm waters surrounding the Baja Peninsula. Balmy weather, ideal salinity and abundant marine life makes the bays and lagoons around Los Cabos the perfect place for whales to birth and rear their young. Of the eight species that venture to Cabo, the most popular are the humpback whales, which spout close to shore and thrust themselves out of the water in fantastic leaps. Whale-watching excursions are available from the Cabo San Lucas marina.
Landlubbers can enjoy guided desert hikes, outback camel safaris, beach horseback riding, desert jeep tours, ATV excursions, mountain biking, rock climbing, glamping and bird watching.
Water sports? In addition to snorkeling, parasailing, surfing, windsurfing, sea kayaking, paddle boarding, sailing and swimming, Los Cabos boasts the best scuba diving on Mexico’s west coast. The world’s only sand falls are found 90 feet below Pelican Rock near El Arco, the iconic sea arch at Land’s End. These unique underwater sand accretions were discovered in the 1960’s by the French explorer Jacques Cousteau, who described the Sea of Cortes as “The Aquarium of the World.”
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