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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

Cabo Snorkel & Sea Adventure

Hop on board and set a course to a snorkeling or stand-up paddleboarding adventure under the tropical sun. Light refreshments and expert guides take care of all the details.

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.

Cabo ATV Tour Off-Road Adventure

Explore the backcountry behind the wheel of your own off-road vehicle. Pro drivers guide you via radio communication along dirt tracks in the Baja outback on the adventure of a lifetime.

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 Tips

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.
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.
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.
Los Cabos area boasts a number of fantastic beaches for swimming and snorkeling such as: Medano Beach, Chileno Beach, Palmilla Beach, Cannery Beaches, Lovers Beach (accessible only via water), and Santa Maria Beach.
The average water temperature in Los Cabos is about 75°F (24°C), but can vary throughout the year with the highest summer temperatures reaching 95°F (35°C) and lowest winter temperatures being 66°F (19°C).
Cabo is well known for its sprawling golden sand beaches and is home to some of the most stunning beaches along the "Tourist Corridor" on the West Coast of Mexico. Visit the famous Lover's Beach for instagram-worthy photos or Playa El Médano during spring break to experience the famous beach party scene. Catch a wave at Costa Azul. There are hundreds of beaches in Los Cabos, some are known for their photogenic beauty and others known for their Blue Flag safety certification for swimming, cleanliness and sustainability.
Snorkeling is one of the most mesmerizing activities to enjoy on your visit to Los Cabos. It's especially nice in the summer months when the water is warm and clear. You'll have the opportunity to see various types of sea life including angelfish, puffer fish, moorish idols, sea lions, dolphins, sting rays, eagle rays and much more. If you're visiting during the winter months you may also see humpback whales on their annual migration.
Yes! You can swim in Los Cabos, in fact Los Cabos is home to dozens of beaches, some known for their beauty while others for their safe swimming, snorkeling or surf breaks. Playa El Médano in Cabo San Lucas is the place to be during Spring Break. The 2-mile stretch of beaches, bars, restaurants and umbrella-shaded sunbeds draws visitors throughout the year as well. The Playa del Amor, or "Lover's Beach", is an icon in Los Cabos, probably the most photographed beach due to its unique locations amid the rock formations at Land's End. You'll also find several beaches along "Tourist Corridor" - the 20-mile strip of highway that connects Cabo San Lucas with San Jose del Cabo. Beaches like Chileno, Santa Maria and Palmilla are the most popular beaches as well as the three beaches that have received a Blue Flag certification for quality and sustainability by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). If you're looking for surf breaks, you can't miss Costa Azul, and if you're looking for instagram photos, check out Playa Las Viudas and Widow's Beach to see fantastic volcanic rock formations and countless inlets and coves tucked away in the coves.
Los Cabos has a wide variety of things to do from eco-tour activities to sea adventures, scuba diving and snorkeling to a thriving nightlife for those who want to dance and have fun on vacation in Mexico. Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo deliver the whole package for visitors, from the cultural side of Mexico in San Jose to the more modern feel of Cabo San Lucas - there is truly something for every type of traveler!