Things To Do In Cabo
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There are lots of things to do in Los Cabos. Daytime activities include shopping, Beach time, sunbathing and adventure tours like the picture above. Check out these Cabo activities we have found interesting:
Baja Outback Adventures
Blending a passion for the outdoors with a thirst for exploration? Then a Baja Outback Hummer Tour is the one for you. You drive a Hummer cruising the desert and beachfront terrain, while learning about the surrounding area. There are four different day tours and also multi-day tours of Southern Baja's hottest sites. A group of us recently took this tour reluctantly, I must admit. However in the end, it was the highlight of our entire vacation in Cabo. Check this out - it's cool. www.bajaoutback.com
Note: Most of the beaches in Los Cabos are not "swimable" due to strong currents and riptides. ReviewResorts recommends you do not swim at the Cabo Beaches. Sunbathe on the beach - Swim in the pool.
Playa El Médano - The Dune Beach - is one of the few safe swimming beaches in Cabo San Lucas. As such it is also very popular and can get crowded. It begins at the east side of the harbor and extends along Cabo San Lucas Bay.
Playa del Amor - Lover's Beach located on the Sea of Cortez side of Land's End at Cabo San Lucas.
Playa Divorcio - Divorce Beach is a stretch of beach located near Playa del Amor. Divorce Beach is a nice beach to spend time on, but has a big riptide and it is dangerous to swim in the water.
Finisterra Beach - Located in the heart of Cabo beneath the Finisterra Hotel.
San Jose del Cabo Beaches
El Estero Beach - Located at the East end of the Playa Hotelera in San Jose del Cabo. You will find a freshwater lagoon with over three hundred and fifty species of wildlife and lush vegetation.
Playa Hotelera Beach - This beach starts just past the Royal Solaris hotel. The beach is real long and inviting, but not recommended for swimming due to a deep inshore drop-off.
The best shopping area is in Cabo San Lucas. Shops are everywhere and the best deals are right in town. You can buy all the typical curios and more.
San Jose del Cabo also has good shopping, but is a bit more upscale with art galleries and such.
Downtown Cabo San Lucas is the center of the nightlife with clubs like El Squid Roe, Cabo Wabo, The Gigling Marlin and The Office. Most stay open and "jumping" until 4am. Dancing, conga lines and tequila shots abound. Let loose and have a great time in Cabo San Lucas.