ride along the beach and enjoy Los Cabos in a different way. There are
horse rentals and tours at several of the beach resorts and near El
Approximately $25.00 - $65.00 depending on length of ride and location.
Snorkeling & Diving
near Cabo include: Anegada, Land's End, The Blowhole, Cabo Pulmo, Socorro
Island, Gorda Banks, La Larga and the Sand Falls.
in the Sea of Cortez is an unforgettable experience, with shipwrecks,
caves, reefs, and sandfalls to explore. Where you go depends on your
expertise. Snorkeling tours are perfect for just a taste of the underwater
conditions are great all year. June to December offer the greatest visibility,
warmest water and longest periods of calm weather. Visibility can exceed
100 feet, and the temperature averages between 78 and 85 F.
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Glass Bottom Boat Tours
the unusual rock formations, tropical fish, and sea lion colony as you
sail around the Arch to Lovers Beach. Tickets are available at your
front desk or at the Main dock at the Marina.
Prices run from $5 to $10 per person.
Costa Azul offers the best waves for surfers especially during the months
between June and October. The most ideal place for Windsurfing is 45
miles north of Los Cabos airport at Los Barriles. For those who want
to stay local, the main beach area in Cabo San Lucas offers
body surfing waves and afternoon winds. Check our the various activity
vendors on the
main beach area.
There are several types of sailing tours offered in Los Cabos, from
snorkel/sail tours to sunset/booze cruises. Departures are daily from
Parasailing occurs daily from several vendors off the main public beach
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Medano Beach is the place to go to rent all water sports equipment.
A variety of equipment may be rented. Half day or full day rentals are
Most of the large hotels and resorts have tennis courts on their grounds.
If your accommodation does not offer it you can rent a court and equipment
at most hotels or at the Los Cabos Country Club (the golf course in
San Jose del Cabo).
Each winter the California Grey Whales make the 8,000 mile trek from
the Bearing Sea in Alaska to the warm lagoons of southern Baja California.
From late January through March these gentle giants occupy the coves
and inlets of Baja. Many of them can be found about 400 miles northwest
of Cabo, however many will continue there journey south to the cape
where they will birth their calves and feast on the abundant plankton
of the nutrient-rich Sea of Cortez.
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