Exclusive Activities in Los Cabos
Los Cabos offers an incredible variety of activities, marine life in the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean and is regarded as the marlin’s world capital. Several marlin fishing tournaments are held throughout the year, so you can not miss them even if you’re not a professional fisherman.
The marlin is not the only fish you can catch, many anglers from around the world come in searching for prized species such as dorado fish, swordfish and tuna. 850 species of fish inhabit the coast of Baja California Sur and this has become a paradise for those who like to go fishing all year.
Los Cabos is a premier destination for golf. The mountains, deserts and swamps makes the golf courses a total delight for any golf lover.
Los Cabos is also the basis for important golf tournaments such as the PGA Senior Slam Tour.
Diving and Snorkeling
No matter if you are a keen diver or a beginner, some of the best places to visit in Cabo San Lucas are within 20 minutes driving. The Sea of Cortez offers opportunities to see up close some of the most rare species of marine animals in the world. You could see giant manta rays, whale sharks, hammerhead sharks and porpoises. Many of the species found in the Sea of Cortez cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
This is home to the only living coral reef in western North America and is a spectacular diving and snorkeling area. Lovers of these sports can not forget the world famous waterfalls of sand, located near the famous Arc.
Both the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean are great for expert and beginner surfers.
The most popular places for surfing are:
Monument in Cabo San Lucas. The size of the waves exceeds two meters. From February to November is surfing season.
Costa Azul, in San José del Cabo. It is known as “Zipper” one of the best waves in the world.
Santa Lucía de los Cerritos in Todos Santos. Surf camp, internationally renowned. The best season is from November to April each year.
Scorpion Bay in San Juanico, Comondú. The second longest wave in the world is formed right here. It isn’t easy to get to San Juanico, but is worth the effort. Every year in July the International Championship “San Juanico’s Scorpion Bay Surf Tournament” takes place.
There is nothing better to watch the sunset while you stroll on horseback, and at Los Cabos, this is already a habit. Over 30 companies scattered along the coastline are providing this service. Enjoy a dreamy sunset; prices are affordable and the service and experience is unmatched.
You can also take walks through the desert, though these walks are longer tours, they are interesting.
Cabo Pulmo National Park
Is one of the few reef areas in the eastern Pacific and the only in the Gulf of California and the Sea of Cortez. Cabo Pulmo National Park was declared as protected natural area in 1995. As a transition zone, you will find a great diversity and plenty of species since there converge warm tropical water with cold.
You can take courses in diving or snorkeling. If you prefer to stay above the water, you can go fishing, canoeing, rowing and kayaking.