Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are two cities that make up the area of Los Cabos. Although they might share a coastline, they are very different places. For such a small city, there are numerous fun things to do in Cabo San Lucas to keep you busy.
Found at the tip of Baja California, Cabo San Lucas is where the desert meets the ocean. It’s a place where no matter where you are, you’re only a block away from the water.
This is where you can experience numerous outdoor activities, shop ’til you drop, and drink, dance and party all night long!
I visited Cabo San Lucas as one of the first stops on my honeymoon. It was somewhere I added to our plans at the last minute, but this sleepy little town sure blew my mind. We didn’t want to leave, this is one of the best places to visit in Mexico.
Here are the top 21 attractions and things to do in Cabo San Lucas that you won’t want to miss during your holiday.
1. Take a Whale Watching Cruise (one of the most exciting things to do in Cabo San Lucas!)
The Sea of Cortez is one of the best places in this part of the world to get up close and personal with a mighty humpback whale, and you can jump on a whale-watching tour straight out of Cabo San Lucas.
The best time to go to Mexico for whale watching is as early as November, but generally runs from December to April each year.
The waters that surround Cabo are known to be a hotspot for breeding and are also a migratory stop for humpback whales, so your chances of spotting one of these majestic animals are very high.
We were lucky enough to spot a pod of 4 whales playing with each other and jumping in and out of the water several times. Seeing these whales in the wild is one of the most incredible things to do in Cabo San Lucas for couples, families, friends or solo travelers.
Best Whale Watching Tours in Cabo San Lucas
1. Cabo Trek’s Whale Watching Trip. Starting from around $100 USD for an adult, these guys know how to find whales from the sounds and vibrations of the ocean. This is our top choice due to Cabo Trek being an ecotourism company with a certification of responsible whale watching.
Not for the faint of heart, the boats are tiny to ensure minimal disruption to the whales, so you will get wet! The day also includes round-trip transportation from your hotel, marine biologist, and…
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