Spend A Beach Day In Los CabosTake a peek into marine life from a glass bottom boat, people watching from a surf side bar or snorkel through reef-filled waters, with glorious weather and a great beach side location, Los Cabos offers unparalleled outdoor experiences. From days wave-running and parasailing to taking out a deep-sea fishing boat from the Marina, no matter which outdoor activity strikes your fancy, it's easy to do them all when you're in Los Cabos. Come visit today.
Playa Las Viudas (Widows Beach)
Widows Beach is perfect for those wanting privacy. Playa Las Viudas's coves, volcanic rock formations and Sea Of Cortez views offer a great spot for both walkers and photographers.
Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park
Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park is the jewel of Baja ecotourism. Experience its beaches, clear waters, snorkeling, whale watching and scuba diving through one of only three living coral reefs in North America.
El Arco (The Arch)
This iconic natural rock formation at the Baja peninsula tip marks the start of Land's End, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Take a water taxi or a kayak out to El Arco. Either way, you'll enjoy a Baja beach experience just like no other.
Santa María Bay
One of the top three snorkeling & diving spots in Los Cabos, the beauty of Santa Maria Beach's horseshoe shape and pink sands will entice you. A protected marine sanctuary, it offers both relaxation and exciting water adventures.
Cabo San Lucas Marina
This bustling centrally located Marina is lined with yachts, local fishing boats, hotels, restaurants and colorful shops - all offering water views! Book a dolphin tour or a helmet diving, parasailing or scuba adventure. The Cabo San Lucas Marina has it all.
As close as you can get to Land's End, you'll still need to water taxi or kayak out to this special beach. On the Sea of Cortez side, it offers great snorkeling and swimming, along with wonderful spots for picnics and photo shoots with its spectacular views.
At the center of Cabo's beach life, Médano Beach's two-mile long stretch bustles with sun seekers, restaurants, bars and water activity rentals, like wave running & parasailing. Not only is there great swimming there's also great people watching, too.