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Things to do in Cabo 

Unwind on your own stretch of secluded beach. Embark on a hang gliding adventure, or off-road trek. Marvel at migrating whales. Explore the outback on safari. Or, dive deep into some of the region's vast coral reefs, teeming with exotic marine life. Exciting things to do in Los Cabos are waiting at every turn. Seize your adventure.
Cabo's Best
We were amazed by all the diverse activities available to us. We couldn't stop exploring!
~ Erica & James Miller

Snorkeling at Cabo Pulmo

Schools of friendly tropical fish and colorful coral reefs welcome you to this protected marine reserve. Enjoy a day snorkeling and relaxing in one of Mexico's hidden treasures.

Whale Watching

From December through May, Baja is home to eight of the world's eleven whale species, who visit to birth and raise their young. Marvel at these majestic creatures on a whale watching tour.

Ultralight Cabo Sky Tours

Soar like an eagle high above Baja in the seat of an ultralight hang glider. Your experienced pilot takes control, so all you have to do is enjoy the ride. Don't forget your camera.

Cabo FlyBoard

It's the hottest adventure sport today. Buckle in to your boots and harness the power of jet-propelled water to soar and dive your way to fun. You'll never forget this experience.

Camel Safari

Treat yourself to a more exotic adventure, with a rugged Unimog ride to Rancho San Cristobal for authentic cuisine, nature hikes and a dramatic camel ride along the beach.

Luxury sailing in Los Arcos

Cast off your cares and enjoy the peaceful serenity only the ocean can provide. Sunset sails and snorkel tours are just a few of the ways you can enjoy Cabo by sea. Pure bliss.

Lover's Beach (Playa del amor)

Tucked between towering cliffs and sapphire seas, this golden sand beach is an enticing escape. Grab a panga (water taxi) or rent a kayak, because the only way to get here is via the water.

El Arco de Cabo and Land's End

You've seen it in every Cabo photograph, now experience this famed landmark in person. Rising majestically from the azure waters, it waits to become part of your vacation memories.
 
STAFF PICKS
  1. What are the hours for the kids club? What is the age range for kids to access the club?

    What are the hours for the kids club? What is the age range for kids to access the club?

    The Kid's Club at Grand Velas Los Cabos is open daily from 9 am to 11 pm. Kids between the ages of 4 and 12 can enjoy unforgettable experiences at Cabo's most luxurious all-inclusive resort complimentary with your stay. There's also babysitting available for after hours for an additional charge.
  2. Is the beach at Grand Velas Los Cabos swimmable?

    Is the beach at Grand Velas Los Cabos swimmable?

    While the beach at Grand Velas may be perfect for surfing, snorkeling, and watersports, please be advised that swimming or wading is prohibited due to strong undertows and unpredictable tides. But just a mile away, nearby Chileno Beach is the perfect place to escape the crowds to sunbathe and swim. Our beachfront resort has three infinity pools that look over the ocean, so you can enjoy breathtaking views while swimming.
  3. What can you do in Cabo San Lucas?

    What can you do in Cabo San Lucas?

    Los Cabos offers a variety of attractions for every taste and activity level. From water activities such as sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing and whale watching in winter months - to ziplining, atv tours, hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing for the adventure seekers! There are so many things to do for the entire family.
  4. What is there to do in Cabo San Lucas?

    What is there to do in Cabo San Lucas?

    There are many things to do in Los Cabos, from art walks to eco-tours and shows, Cabo never fails to delight. "Los Cabos" is made up of two very different cities. Cabo San Lucas is known for its lively nightlife and club scene as well as its recreational activities and adventures that range from family-friendly to extreme adrenaline! But for those who want to skip the parties and experience more authentic Mexican culture and art walks, simply head north about 20 minutes to San Jose del Cabo. Here, you can get a taste of authentic culture that you can’t find in the more modern areas of Cabo.