Shimmering seas. Beautiful beaches. Awesome adventures. Relaxing resorts. Cabo San Lucas is a must-see destination! If you’re planning your first visit, here are some top spots you don’t want to miss.
You will need a boat to get to these iconic locations. The water is usually calm and perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Take plenty of pictures. They will look amazing in your Instagram feed.
You can see the humpback whales jumping and spouting from shore, but to see them better up-close take a whale watching tour. You’re almost guaranteed to see these giants.
One of the best culinary things to do in Los Cabos. Hidden away at the end of a bumpy road, Flora Farm grows organic flowers, vegetables, and herbs. Eat breakfast or lunch at their farm-to-table restaurant, located on the property. Share everything, family-style, for maximum flavors. Want to learm more about dining in Los Cabos? Read this 👉Take a Gourmet Vacation in Los Cabos.
One of the few beaches safe for swimming, the golden sand beach also has jet skiing and parasailing. Pro Tip: Walk further down the beach, away from town, if you are looking for a quiet place to hang out.
This path full of switch-backs will take you to one of the highest points in Cabo. From here you’ll be able to see the entire town, the Pacific Ocean, and the Sea of Cortez. Pro Tip: Go early as it gets hot quickly. You will want to be finished by 9:30 am. Also, remember to bring water.
Don’t let the name scare you. These gentle giants, which can grow up to 40 feet in length, feed on plankton and krill. A spotter plane will watch from above and communicate their location with the boat captain. When the guide says, “jump!” it’s time to leap in the water and marvel as the whale sharks swim by.
It’s one of the most romantic things to do in Los Cabos. As you sail around Land’s End, the sky will turn neon pink and fiery orange. Then quietly glide back to land as the night reveals a canopy of stars.
As you can see, there is a huge collection of epic activities to do in Cabo San Lucas, and we’ve barely scratched the surface. Plus, Cabo San Lucas is closer than you think. More and more airlines are starting to offer direct flights from major cities. What used to take a full day of travel has now come down to just a few hours.
Now it’s time to go see the sights, enjoy the food, try new things, and fall in love with Cabo San Lucas. To find out more about traveling to Los Cabos, set up a 15-minute complimentary vacation chat with me today at this scheduling link, CLICK HERE.
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