I’ve traveled to Mexico a couple of times, but THIS time I got to check out the beautiful city of Cabos San Lucas, which is on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula on the West Coast of Mexico, southeast of California. Cabos is known to be a huge party town (hence why we went for our dear friend’s 30th bash) but there are also many things to see and experience. I was only there for 3 days, but I’ll share with you guys the top 5 things to check out in Cabos San Lucas!
There are a lot of restaurants that are going to be a hit or miss, especially the ones that look promising often disappoint! Try to make your way out of the touristy areas and check out more of the local eats that are usually not any big chain restaurants and are owned by locals.
There are many places to book tourist excursions all over Cabos, so finding things to do won’t be very hard. One of the main attractions to see in Los Cabos is “El Arco” or “The Arch”, which is a limestone arch naturally carved by time. The boat tour we took had a clear glass bottom which you can see a plethora of fish in the sea as we got close to the reef and the ride was approximately 15 mins from the harbor. There is an area by the arch that you can stand on the rocks and If you’re lucky you’ll be able to swim with or see all of the sea lions near the area.
Explore the Night Life!
There is a strip of multiple club and bars located here on Lázaro Cárdenas, Centro in Los Cabos. The most famous one is El Squid Roe, where you can dance on tables, balloons, and confetti everywhere. Most people like to start there for pregame and then head out to the rest of the spots. Other clubs worth checking out is La Vaquita and Mandala.
Go ATV Riding
One of my must things to do on every travel destination is to go ATV riding! And in Cabos San Lucas, it’s so worth it! Our tour was about 2.5 hours, where we drove through the mountains and desert and ended up at this beautiful isolated beach.
Check out La Marina
The Marina is a great place to take a stroll during the day or night, check out the boats, or local bars and has access to many restaurants and shops plus the views are amazing.
Check out more deets on my full vlog on my trip below!
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