06 Mar Things To Do in Cabo San Lucas
Looking for things to do in Cabo San Lucas?
There is never a shortage of things to do in Cabo San Lucas. As a matter of fact, the large amount of activities can seem overwhelming, especially if you are planning a long vacation. Here we break down some easy, fun activities that don’t require a lot of forethought or planning. They can be easy filler activities when you’re looking to take a break from tours.
Los Cabos has many small towns throughout Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo. These cities are very touristy, and you can sometimes miss the authentic elements of Mexico. Rent a bike and ride through the tiny towns of Cabo. Another great option is renting an ATV to tour around. An ATV or bike gives you the freedom to go where you want, especially places you couldn’t reach in a rental car.
2. Snorkel in Cabo Pulmo
The coral reef in this marine park is estimated to be 20,000 years old, and the marine park offers beautiful water for snorkeling and diving. Until 1995, the area was threatened by commercial fishing. The government gave it marine park status, and since then, the ecosystem has blossomed. This beautiful park offers the best of Cabo. Teeming with a natural ecosystem, calm water, and lots of activities, Cabo Pulmo is a perfect place to spend the afternoon. If you’re interested in water activities, check out our past blog post.
3. Visit El Arco at Sunset
El Arco, or Land’s End, is an iconic rock formation at the end of the peninsula between Playa del Amor and Playa del Divorcio. It’s a beautiful spot for couples to spend some tranquil, quality time, and the sunsets are especially breath-taking. During the day, most people visit El Arco by boat tour.
4. Vitrofusion Glass Factory
Vitrofusion Glass factory is a fun, hands-on experience. Watch a professional glass blower paint and craft the glass. If you’re looking for a unique souvenir to bring home, the gift shops offers beautiful little glass trinkets. Read more about the glass factory here.
There are so many things to do in Cabo San Lucas, and it may seem like you’ll never get to do everything you want. However, with careful planning and research, you can pack Cabo activities into a few days.