Best Things to See and Do in Los Cabos, Mexico

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Los Cabos, Mexico, marina, travel, Nancy D. Brown

Los Cabos Marina for fishing, El Arco sight seeing and sunset sailing tours in Mexco

My favorite Insider Tips and places to see in Los Cabos, Mexico.

The first place I take a visitor from out of town is to the Marina and Medano Beach for great food, drinks and music.

When I’m looking for  classic Baja cuisine, I go to Mi Casa.

The  Tikki Bar is a good local Cabo bar.

When I want to hide away, I go to  Santa Maria or Chileno Beach.

If you come to Cabo San Lucas, take  a picture of the iconic rock formation El Arco.

The best thing to order at Restaurant Arts & Sushi is the No Name Roll.

Did you know that Los Cabos is the Marlin Capital of the World?

For a budget meal, I go to Gardenias.

Marquis Los Cabos, Canto del Mar, restaurant, Nancy D. Brown, dining

Marquis Los Cabos Canto del Mar restaurant for an intimate, five course dining experience

For a huge splurge, I go to Market at One&Only Palmilla or Canto del Mar (Song of the Sea) at Marquis Los Cabos Resort.

Photo opportunities  in Cabo include the Arch, Lover’s Beach, historic San Jose del Cabo and Medano Beach.

The best vantage points are taken by walking to the top of the Pedregal area.

The most random thing about Cabo is the Sabor a Cabo (Flavor’s of Cabo) festival

In Cabo, an active day outdoors involves walking, hiking, horseback riding or scuba diving.

My favorite walking route is the rock next to the arch.

Cabo’s best museum is in Cabo San Lucas, Plaza Amelia Wilkies.

For a night of dancing, go to Cabo Wabo, Nikki Beach, Mandala or Squid Roe.

El Arco "The Arch" Los Cabos, Mexico, Nancy D. Brown

The Arch or “El Arco” is often photographed in Los Cabos, Mexico

For late night dining go to Taquiza.

 

The Los Cabos Gazette will keep you informed on what’s going on a night or on weekends.

You can tell a lot about Cabo from visiting and watching the annual Los Cabos Billfish Tournament event.

In the spring you should attend San Jose del Cabo Organic Market

In the summer you should visit Floras Farm Kitchen.

In the fall you should go see the waterfalls at Santiago.

In the winter you should go whale watching.

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico sisters

Sisters eating ice cream in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

A hidden gem in Cabo is the Art District in San Jose del Cabo.

For a great breakfast treat or espresso, go to the French Riviera Bakery.

Just outside of Cabo you can visit Todos Santos, have lunch at the legendary Hotel California.

The best way to see Cabo is to do a sunset cruise.

If you have kids, you won’t want to miss  swimming with the dolphins at Cabo Dolphins.

What are your favorite things to do in Los Cabos, Mexico?

Los Cabos, Mexico, sunset, travel, Nancy D. Brown

The best way to enjoy Los Cabos, Mexico is on a sunset cruise

Thank you to Paloma Palacios, PR & Events Manager at Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau, for assistance with this post.

Article, photos and YouTube video by Travel Writer Nancy D. Brown

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11 Responses to “Best Things to See and Do in Los Cabos, Mexico”

  1. I was in Cabos 10 years ago. I remember visiting the Marina, back then, I don’t know if it’s true now, it was considered the most expensive Marina and Yacht club in the world.

    Sooo gorgeous!!!!!!

  2. @Marina

    Sounds like it is time for a trip to Los Cabos, Mexico. The sunsets over the water are amazing!

  3. Candice says:

    My favorite thing to do in Cabo is eat guacamole – almost every restaurant has amazing guacamole. On our last trip we did swim with the dolphins and it was an amazing experience for the whole family. My daughter was completely enthralled with our dolphin Ixchel and when we came home we learned all about dolphins and made a display for her to take to show and tell at school. Worth every cent!

    -C

  4. Rick says:

    Hi, I really enjoyed your blog post on things to do in Los Cabos, what a wonderful read. Thanks for sharing with everyone. I also blog about Mexico – I hope you’ll check it out. Have a great day. Rick

  5. Flora says:

    ya really good .

    thanks

  6. Mitch says:

    Do you think we’ll need a renter car for the week? Or is there plenty of public transportation available to get to all the beaches and snorkeling places?

  7. @mitch
    Public transportation is available. Of course, you’ll need to check with your lodging location to find out if you’ll need a rental car.

  8. Cari says:

    Do you know when the next time is that the beach will be visible and able to walk on it at the Arch?

  9. @Cari
    I don’t know the answer to your question. However, I bet the folks at Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau will know the answer. Click on the highlighted link at the bottom of the post. Thanks.

  10. Amy says:

    Hi!
    My name is Amy and I’m with Dwellable.
    I was looking for posts about Cabo to share on our travel site and I came across your blog…If you’re open to it, shoot me an email at amy(at)dwellable(dot)com.
    Hope to hear from you soon!
    Amy

  11. @Amy
    Thanks for your interest in featuring my blog post on your site. I’ve sent you an e-mail.Nancy

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