Start fresh at Land’s End with these activities.
In Los Cabos, we find ourselves in a unique position in the world, and it’s our privilege to share all the natural wonders and magical experiences available here. Put these five activities on your summer bucket list to give yourself a getaway that will top all others.
Sunset Sail to El Arco
Sailing, sunsets and El Arco – how could you go wrong? Separately, these three things are memorable enough but put them together and you’ll have one truly unforgettable experience. Cabo Sailing will take you and your private group by the iconic landmark of Los Cabos as you toast champagne to the sunset over the ocean. This is one luxury experience worth indulging in.
Scuba Diving or Snorkeling at Cabo Pulmo
Just two hours away from San Jose del Cabo is Cabo Pulmo. These tranquil waters are home to 800 species of marine life, which made such an impression on French explorer Jacques Cousteau that he nicknamed it “the aquarium of the world.” Let eco-tour businesses like Mar y Sierra show you sustainable low-impact diving or snorkeling in one of the most iconic spots in the world.
Even if you aren’t a seasoned fisherman, chartering a deep-sea fishing experience will help you see what drew “Old Man and The Sea” author Ernest Hemingway to these waters. Even if you don’t catch anything, simply cruising out into the Pacific Ocean will make you feel like a veteran angler. But who knows? You just might catch a marlin worthy of your own deep-sea tale.
Camel Ride Through the Desert
The distinctive terrain of Los Cabos features deserts that collide with mountains and the sea to create endless adventures. While you’re here, you must try camel riding. These gentle animals will take you through the desert and along the coastline as your guide tells you all about the flora and fauna of the Baja California Peninsula.
Gallery Hopping in Todos Santos
While Todos Santos offers many amazing experiences, like surfing and regional cuisine, it’s also great for checking out local artists of the area. Walk around the cobblestone streets and go from gallery to gallery, admiring the architecture of the old haciendas as you go. You’ll come to understand why Todos Santos was officially named a Pueblo Magico, or “magic town.”