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by Mexico Vacation on Apr 14th, 2011

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Cabo San Lucas Activities Guide:-

Cabo San Lucas has many activities no matter what your interests are.  Here is a basic guide outlining several of the most popular activities in Los Cabos.

As a tourist to this beautiful area of Mexico, you first need to decide what your favorite kinds of experiences are.  Ask yourself if you are looking for an adventure in the great outdoors, a relaxing vacation, or something in between.

If you are looking to take a load off your mind, there is no shortage of resorts, beaches and other tropical experiences along the Baja Peninsula.  You may opt to soak up the sun and bury your toes in the sand all day and then go out on the town to enjoy Los Cabos’ famous night life.  It is said that this area is like a year round Spring Break destination.  The clubs and bars provide plenty of party time and there seems to be an unlimited selection of venues to stop in and have a great time, enjoy drink specials and savor food choices.

The restaurants offer cuisine of all types, from authentic Mexican offerings to Italian and even the best of American dishes.  Each day and night try something different, to keep the variety going and experience as much as you can in the limited time you are visiting the fantastic area of Los Cabos.

Now, if you are looking more for the adventurous side of things, here are a few ideas of what to do to get your adrenaline pumping.  First of all, snorkeling and scuba diving tours, instructions and gear are all at your disposal.  The marine life is in full bloom, so to speak, in this tropical area.  You can see goat fish, sea lions, parrot fish, whales and so much more.

If you like motor sports, try renting a jet ski or an ATV to coast along the shore on the crystal clear water, or take a water taxi over to Land’s End (also known as Lover’s Beach) to view beautifully colored tropical fish and sea lions sitting atop rocks.  You can then go back to the marina by boat by flagging it down like a taxi, as long as you do so by 4 pm.

The Point, which is where the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez meet, is also a destination of choice.  Rookery, Pinnacle, and Blowhole are three rock formations near there.  In this area, you can snorkel and see many small creatures.  Beginners may enjoy the Santa Maria Cove, while advanced divers will be better advised to try out Gordo Banks where sail fish, tuna, marlin, hammerhead sharks and other fascinating sea creatures can be seen.

When it’s time to slow down again, there are a slew of shops and art exhibits in Los Cabos for people of all ages to enjoy.  You can get some shopping done, do some sightseeing and be back to the hotel in time for a soak in the hot tub spa or a dip in the ocean at the resort.  Your Mexico vacation is a choice of your own kind of adventure, so make the most of it in your own way.

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  • Twiggy May 11, 2011

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