Introducing Cabo San Lucas
Come to Cabo expecting to toss your inhibitions to the wind – everyone else does. Where else do clubs round up conga lines so that waiters can pour tequila down dancers’ throats? And where else would that seem normal? Those moments of absurdity and abandon notwithstanding, Cabo San Lucas has a curious charm. The beaches are protected by beautiful Land’s End, and the activities are endless: Jet-skiing, banana boating, parasailing, snorkeling, kite sailing, diving and horseback riding can all be done just by walking down to the beach. If you rent a car and get outside the city limits you’ll be surrounded by majestic cardón cacti, caracara birds and mystical arroyos that will impress you just as much as that crazy club (‘I did what last night?!’) you partied at the night before.
Best places to stay in Cabo San Lucas
Top 10 things to do in Cabo San Lucas
Once just a placid fishing village at the very tip of the world's third longest peninsula, Baja, Cabo San Lucas has blossomed into one of the world's most famous spots for celeb sightings, grand scenery, sunning and snorkeling that's unparalleled, and of course, parties, parties, parties.
Cabo San Lucas destination guides
Los Cabos Sailing and Snorkel Cruise
Spend the morning sailing on the Bay of San Lucas and jump off the boat to snorkel in Santa Maria Bay, a natural marine park! You'll sail past the famous Los Cabos Arch, Lover's Beach and the various rock formations.
Swim with the Dolphins in Cabo San Lucas
If you've ever dreamed of swimming with dolphins, here's your chance to turn your dreams into reality! The Swim with the Dolphins program offers you the rare opportunity to swim and play with beautiful Pacific Bottlenose dolphins while visiting Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.