Few people will ever experience a place as magical as Cabo San Lucas—the home of Cabo Villas Beach Resort. The sun-bathed destination has plenty of fair temperatures, enchanting natural sights, sprawling beaches, and family-friendly activities. Throughout the years, Cabo San Lucas can transformed into a vacation destination unlike any other. Whether you are looking for a quiet and romantic getaway or are looking to make memories with friends and family, the Cabo Villas Beach Resort and Los Cabos has plenty of things for you to do.
Let’s have a look at what to do in Los Cabos.
Go Whale Watching
When the temperatures begin to dip low in the north, humpbacks and grey whales descend from the Arctic towards the waters near Baja California Sur. Sometimes, blue and sperm whales can be seen, as well as the occasional orca. Throughout the months of December to mid-March, you have the opportunity to hop aboard a sailboat or cruiser to go on a day excursion. Whale watching is often called the biggest show on Earth—so you don’t want to miss it.
Visit Land’s End
Land’s End is a 750-mile-long peninsula running from Baja California towards Cabo San Lucas. Here you can see exciting and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, go on cruises, and even see the massive granite arch called El Arco. Other landmarks that you cannot pass up included Neptune’s Finger, Pelican Rock, the Window to the Pacific, and even the Lover’s and Divorce Beaches. You can get to Land’s End via water taxi or rent a tandem kayak.
There are plenty of other beaches to visit as well, and most of them are entirely free and open around the clock. Be sure to check out Santa Maria Beach, Medano Beach, and Chileno Beach while in Cabo San Lucas.
Enjoy The Hotel Amenities
Cabo Villas Beach Resort is an attraction in and of itself! As a valued guest, you have access to the fitness center, beach and poolside bars, outdoor pools, barbecue grills, snack bars, SpaRitual services and a lounge. There is also a ton of activities nearby, such as on-site fishing, skydiving, eco-tours, boat tours, zip lining, swimming, surf and boogie boarding, and so much more. The grounds around the hotel are beautifully landscaped, as well, as so you can enjoy the sand, sun, and surf completely.
Are you and your friends and family adventurists craving an adrenaline rush? Then you should go on an off-road adventure. Back in the 1960s, the Baja California peninsula became the popular site for off-road racing, also known as the Baja 1000. These days, you can either sit and watch one of these epic races, or you can try your hand at tackling the rough desert and mountain trails. Los Cabos has several companies offering Baja adventures, such as dune buggy excursions to unknown beaches or even races with other members of your travel group.
Stroll The Promenade At Cabo San Lucas Marina
There is so much to see and do around the San Jose del Cabo historic district and beyond, including things like the Historic Gallery District, which is full of Instagram-worthy cobblestone streets, artists and mariachis, colorful art galleries, and award-winning bars and restaurants. Once you have had your fill of the mouthwatering food and sipped the mezcal and one of the many taquerias, head towards the Boardwalk Promenade. Here, you will walk parallel with the Land’s End marina and see hundreds of boats, yachts, and even the locals hauling in fish fresh from the sea.
So are you ready for your vacation to Cabo San Lucas? The Cabo Villas await you and yours! With all these activities to discover and more, you will want to return time and again. What are you waiting for?