Located in the tip of Baja California, Los Cabos place acquired the name of Land’s End because of its breathtaking landscapes where contrast meets itself, mountains, desert and sea combine to form one of the main tourist attractions in Mexico.
Not only does Los Cabos have beautiful beaches and landscapes of sea and desert, it’s also widely recognized for its nightlife, culinary variety and ocean linked attractions such as snorkeling, bathing or boat cruising along the coastline thus becoming an A-list destination.
This hidden jewel is now beginning to show itself on the spotlight of the world’s attention. Whereas you’re traveling alone or with someone, maybe one trip won’t be enough to cover all the activities to do in Los Cabos.
Firstly you’ll need to find proper accommodation, choosing between hundreds of beachfront hotel resorts with luxurious spas and golf courses.
Relax at the beach
For those who like bathing and relaxing on the beach, this city is not short of things to do: don’t forget to visit Playa Santa Maria, which still feels as undiscovered as ever and offers the opportunity to sunbathe in perfect peace.
Another beach worth visiting is Playa El Chileno, which is as secluded as the first, has not lost its virginal sights and where it is also possible to watch whale pods pass by.
Enjoy water sports
In Los Cabos you can find many aquatic activities for all tastes and ages, from adrenaline junkies to nature lovers. Find the perfect water for paddle boarding in Medano Beach, one of the most popular safe swimming beach in Los Cabos.
Another perfect option is to enjoy kayaking while exploring the beautiful landscapes and wildlife of this magical zone. If you are looking for something a little more extreme, don’t miss the unique experience of flying over the water, you can find Flyboard in Santa Maria Bay.
Visit magical towns
A combo of folklore, shopping and beaches can be found in the town of Todos Santos, designated officially as a “Pueblo Mágico” or magical town. Here you can find an Art Deco cinema dated from 1944. And even though the beaches aren't used for casual bathing, surfing is encouraged widely. You can also participate in the hatchling of leatherback turtles; helping them find their way into the ocean.
As you can see, activities to do in Los Cabos do not seem to run short; and while your morning is covered, there is still an afternoon and nightlife left to explore and experiment.
Go on a magical cruise trip
Don’t forget to visit the Marina, which offers the highest quality of services yachters could need.
And while you’re there, Los Cabos offers the opportunity to rent one of this magnificent boats, simply to sail and relax.
And if you do; don’t forget to visit and admire the exquisite natural architecture of “El Arco”; one of the foremost and picture worthy attractions you’ll find in this place.
Watch the whales
If you’re into yacht renting, but are seeking a more adventurous feeling; you can embark in a whale watching expedition. From December through April Los Cabos is on the migration route of humpback whales looking for warmer waters to calve.
Dive into the blue
While yacht renting, you can also take advantage of the great opportunities Los Cabos offers for diving or snorkeling in the privileged and crystal clear ocean surrounding you.
Visit art galleries
To finish your day, there is always the reliable and attractive San Jose del Cabo Art Walk, where dozens of galleries offer wine tastings, lectures and meet and greets with local artists, making it one of the best places to brush off the day, while also being the main street of this beautiful city. This iconic walk attracts celebrities and locals who all equally enjoy the atmosphere, the food and, of course, the music.
Grab a drink
If you are a party lover, your trip to Los Cabos shouldn’t end without a visit to any of the many restaurants or bars in the city. Among the favorites is Cabo Wabo, Squid Roe and Mandala.
Enjoy the food
Activities to do in Los Cabos are also widely available for the foodie inside you. There are plenty of options to enjoy dinner, from local specialties like “almejas chocolatas” or “tamale de Güemes”. Tacos, abalones, seasoned shrimp and squid are all a must-try on your trip.
As mentioned before, Los Cabos is not short of activities, for any age, mood or budget. Because of this, it’s important to plan your trip in advance to make the most of it. Whether you are young and adventurous, in the mood for relaxation and silence, searching for a culinary experience or a little of them all, Los Cabos is the place to visit, because like no other place, it always has something to make you fall in love with it.