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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Cabo San Lucas is a city at the southern tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico.

​Cabo is a varied destination that captures the essence of Baja Peninsula in its many resorts, championship golf courses, world-class dining and amazing outdoor activities.
​Cabo San Lucas is a bustling hub for sports fishermen, cruise ships, handicraft vendors, water sports aficionados and nightlife seekers. The area is considered the second fastest growing resort destination in all of Mexico and particularly busy with visitors during the winter high season, November to February. With some of the best all-around sports fishing in the world and every water sport imaginable, Cabo is the ultimate destination for travelers looking for outdoor adventure.

Cabo has been rated as one of Mexico's top 5 tourist destinations; it is known for its beaches, scuba diving locations, balnearios,... Read more

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico


Cabo San Lucas is a city at the southern tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico.

​Cabo is a varied destination that captures the essence of Baja Peninsula in its many resorts, championship golf courses, world-class dining and amazing outdoor activities.
​Cabo San Lucas is a bustling hub for sports fishermen, cruise ships, handicraft vendors, water sports aficionados and nightlife seekers. The area is considered the second fastest growing resort destination in all of Mexico and particularly busy with visitors during the winter high season, November to February. With some of the best all-around sports fishing in the world and every water sport imaginable, Cabo is the ultimate destination for travelers looking for outdoor adventure.

Cabo has been rated as one of Mexico's top 5 tourist destinations; it is known for its beaches, scuba diving locations, balnearios, the sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, and marine life.
The Los Cabos Corridor has become a heavily trafficked holiday destination for tourists, with numerous resorts and timeshares along the coast between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo.
Cabo houses a range of wildlife, including rays, sharks, birds, and a range of fish, such as mahi-mahi (dorado), and striped marlin.

Archeological excavations have shown evidence of continual human habitation in the area for at least 10,000 years. When the first Europeans arrived, they encountered the Pericú people, who survived on a subsistence diet based on hunting and gathering seeds, roots, shellfish, and other marine resources. They called the location Yenecamú.

According to the narrative of Hatsutaro, a Japanese castaway, in the book Kaigai Ibun (written by Maekawa, Junzo, and Bunzo Sakai and narrated by Hatsutaro), when he arrived at Cabo San Lucas in May 1842, there were only two houses and about 20 inhabitants. However, American authors such as Henry Edwards and John Ross Browne claim that Cabo San Lucas's founder was an Englishman named Thomas "Old Tom" Ritchie. John Ross Browne says Ritchie arrived there about 1828, while Edwards says that he died in October 1874.

A fishing village began growing in the area. In 1917, an American company built a floating platform to catch tuna, and ten years later founded Compañía de Productos Marinos S.A. The plant operated for several years.

There are three districts in "Cabo":

  1. San Jose del Cabo

    , the "Old Town," which is nearest to the airport. San Jose has old Mexico charm and some shining new resorts.
  2. Cabo San Lucas, the "Main Town," which is 20-some miles from the airport, and the entertainment hub of Cabo. The famous


    is in Cabo San Lucas.
  3. The Corridor

    , the highway which connects San Jose and Cabo San Lucas, which is now lined with golf courses, condos, and resorts that hug the stunning coastline.

By night, Cabo San Lucas is one of the hottest party towns in North America with a glittering nightlife and a plethora of dining options that make energetic Cabo San Lucas an all-time favorite. Also called Cabo San “Loco” or plain “Cabo,” the town’s reputation as the wild party center of the Baja Peninsula has brought fame and infamy to its many bars and nightclubs.

The extreme south of Baja California has a tropical desert climate (Köppen: BWh). Even with the thermal amplitude, there are no freezes.

During summer, Cabo San Lucas is cooler than San José del Cabo by about 1.5 to 3 °C (3 to 5 °F). Sometimes during the summer, when winds blow from the Pacific Ocean instead of the Gulf of California, the differences in temperatures between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are higher.

Cabo San Lucas is less rainy than San José del Cabo, although hurricanes can bring heavy rain for long periods. Hurricane Odile made landfall at Cabo San Lucas on 14 September 2014 and caused widespread damage. Due to the position of the city and orography, local summer thunderstorms do not get near enough to bring rain to the town.

The sea temperature experiences lows of 21–22 °C (70–72 °F) in winter, and highs of 28–29 °C (82–84 °F) during the summer months.

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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Port Information

Cruise ships call very frequently. All must anchor/moor offshore, so passengers must be ferried to shore.
You will tender the marina, approximately a 10-15-minute boat ride. From here you can walk into town, take a taxi or shop in the port.
Those who plan to arrange independent tours need to consider the time that ferrying takes for tour start, and for tour end to ensure they can return to ship on time.

Get around Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Taxis are readily available, and rates are negotiable.
One of the best and most exciting ways to travel around Cabo is to rent a BMW motorcycle. Cabo BMW Rentals rents BMW motorcycles as well as scooters, and they will provide helmets. You can ride north out of the tropics to Los Barriles which is a great stop for a bite to eat or walk on the beach. It's called the "Cabo Loop" which consists of a 200-mile paved ride, starting in Cabo San Lucas and going through the larger cities of San José del Cabo, Los Barriles, Todos Santos and returns to Cabo San Lucas.

There are many car rental agencies in Los Cabos, most of which have names familiar to travelers in the Americas. If you are staying in a villa or plan on many day-trips that are not covered by a resort or timeshare shuttle, then a rental will likely be the most cost-effective.

There is a lot of public buses to go around. The easiest one is a bus between Cabo San Lucas and the airport in San Jose del Cabo (Ruta del Desierto). Running every 20min from 5 AM to 11 PM. Pickup and drop-off points are Terminal 1, Puerto Paraiso Plaza respectively.

There are also transportation companies that provide shared and private transportation in shuttle vans, Chevy Suburbans, Cadillac Escalades and more

What to see in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Filled with natural landmarks and a number of prominent monuments, the city of Cabo San Lucas has plenty of character, particularly around its coastline. From January to March, a must-see is the whales, they come to Cabo during this period of time and many boats can take you out to sea to watch them. In early March, they are particularly abundant.

  • Land's End — Known for its exceptional views and photo taking opportunities, this area is comprised of a large cluster of rock formations that were carved into fantastic shapes by wind and sea. During low tide, many visitors like to walk here along Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach) because it allows for a better view of an eroded passageway called the Arch of Poseidon. You can also observe Los Frailes, two rock islets that are frequented by sea lions.
  • Church of San Lucas (Iglesia de San Lucas). Boasting many original features, this church, almost 300 years old, has been well maintained.
  • Cultural Center (Casa de la Cultura). Features a tall mirador tower and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and overlooks all of Cabo.

What to do in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Scuba Diving & Watersports

Scuba diving is especially good in Cabo because you can watch the sandfalls under the water. It is an amazing spectacle provided by nature. If you are looking for something more relaxed perhaps you want to go to Lover's Beach or to one of the multiple romantic restaurants in Cabo. Cabo is also a good surfing destination since many of the beaches on the east cape road pick up the southern swells. The beaches are accessible through the coastal road on the way to Cabo Pulmo. Particularly, shipwrecks beach is a favorite spot during the summer months.

  • Cabo Submarine. This is an easy way to see the fish and aquarium world without getting wet. The office is in the marina, and they have special pricing for contacting them directly from the website. The Semi Submersible is 60 feet long and air-conditioned.
  • Picante Bluewater Sports, Puerto Paraiso Local 39-A Cabo San Lucas, ☎ +52 624 143-2474, e-mail: American-owned with English-speaking crews; yachts ranging in size from 24' to 68'.
  • Cabo Surf Safari, ☎ +1 888 557-3330. Lessons available courtesy of professional surfing instructors. Surf tours are arranged with hotel pick-up and lunch included.
  • JT Watersports. They offer parasailing, wave runners, kayaks, and snorkeling. They also have a sunset cruise that will take you out to explore Lovers Beach or "El Arco". They have new top of the line equipment and they are completely mobile, so they can cater to your needs anywhere in the East Cape area of Baja California Sur. They are on Playa Medano in Cabo San Lucas.


Cabo is known around the world as a top fishing destination. The meeting of the waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez creates a nutrient-rich environment where sport fish thrive. Marlin, sailfish, tuna, dorado and wahoo are the most commonly targeted species. Cabo boasts one of the largest sport fishing charter fleets in Mexico. Charters range from pangas, open "semi-dorry" type skiffs, to 60 foot+ luxury sportfishing yachts.

  • Minerva's Baja Tackle and Charters, toll-free: +1 888 480-7826 (from US & Canada), e-mail: English speaking crews, boats ranging in size from 31' to 40' with bare boat or all-inclusive rates.
  • Checkmate Sportfishing, ☎ +1 703 203-1008 (from US). 31' Bertram. English speaking crew.
  • Slippery Lizzard Sportfishing, ☎ +1 770 573 0334 (from US), e-mail: Upscale charter boats and sportfishing yachts from 28' - 68'. Full-service charters with everything included (licenses, bait, drinks, beer, ice, lunches, tackle, and equipment). English speaking crews and American guides.


  • Reggae Jungle Cruise, e-mail: Continental breakfast, snorkeling, lunch, and whale watching while cruising along two different reefs that are astoundingly beautiful. Children under 10 go free.
  • Jazz and Wine Tour aboard the Tropicat, ☎ +52 624 143-3797, e-mail: Sail the Pacific on a large sailing catamaran. Enjoy a breathtaking sunset while listening to the best contemporary jazz music. International bar serves premium wines and hor d'ouvres.

Other activities

  • ATV offroad adventures, ☎ +52 624 142-5300, e-mail: One of the more popular ways to see and explore Cabo. Discover the sights from the seat of an ATV or a mountain bike, on a guided tour through sand dunes, desert, mountain, and beach. The half-day trip includes an ATV or mountain bike, rappelling gear, expert tour guide, rappel instructor, energy bars, all beverages and round trip transportation in an air-conditioned van.
  • Sierra Buggies (Road Runner Tour), Calle Nopal 19 Colonia Magisterial, ☎ +52 624 1307623. 9 AM and 2 PM. Buggy rides in the Boca de la sierra mountain range along mountain trails lined with all kinds of cacti and rocky dry river beds that will test your driving skills, and onto to one of the few UNESCO protected biosphere reserves in México and a swim in one of the Sierra's hidden freshwater pools. 
  • The Cabo San Lucas Glass Factory. A really fun place for the entire family to visit. Touring the glass factory, you get to witness a first-hand glimpse into the centuries-old art of glass blowing.

What to eat and drink in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico


  • Alexanders Restaurant French Cuisine, On the Cabo San Lucas Marina at the Plaza Bonita Mall, ☎ +52 624 143-2022. It's hard to miss this lively restaurant that is always packed, and upon dining here, you'll understand why it has maintained its popularity for so long. With the chef combining French-influenced cuisine of Swiss origin with hints of the tropics and Mediterranean, the menu offers something for just about any palate and craving. Be sure to try the shrimp tempura with a Thai coconut-chile sauce, its taste and freshness will satisfy.
  • La Casa del Dorado, ☎ +52 624 143-2017. Charming family runs Mexican and seafood restaurant.
  • Mariscos Mocambo, Leona Vicario y 20 de Noviembre, ☎ +52 624 143 2122. 11 AM-11 PM. Local favorite for fresh seafood served in a no frills decor.
  • Peacocks restaurant (grupo Mi Casa). Peacock's Restaurant it's the best Europe restaurant in Cabo, the food is delicious!
  • Brasil Brazilian Steak house. A buffet-style steak house. Good for large groups.
  • La Dolce. Italian restaurant and pizzeria serving authentic Italian cuisine in the heart of Cabo. Open for dinner only and contains standard Italian fare. Also located in San Jose del Cabo.
  • Amarone. With a variety of Italian aperitifs on offer, Amarone offers a traditional Italian vibe, complete with the Italian chef at the helm. All pastas are hand-made as well as bread and all desserts.
  • Mi Casa. Popular Mi Casa is well known for its Mexican dining experience and provides a taste of old Mexico. The atmosphere is friendly and funky, and the staff is efficient and quick.
  • El Patio. Mexican food located at Presidente Intercontinental in San Jose Cabo.
  • El Coral. Mexican and Seafood. Oldest restaurant in Cabo. On the west end of the main street. Good prices and good food.
  • La Casa Country. Mexican food. The best fajitas in town. Line dancing show included.
  • Mariscos de Mazatlan (on the right (west), southbound, between the airport and Cabo on the main highway). Very good seafood with good value pricing. It has an open-air Palapa at least in part.
  • Tacqueria Marissa. Tasty steak tacos and the best condiments to accompany them, including whole roasted jalapenos, caramelized onions, guacamole, and every color and variety of salsa imaginable. Great to meet the locals as well.
  • Nikk San. Some of the freshest sushi in the area. Make sure to sit at the sushi bar and ask the sushi chef what good that night is.
  • Brown´s Private Services, ☎ +52 624 14-434-19, e-mail: Butler and Chef Services bring great dining to you in the privacy and luxury of your vacation villa or condo in Los Cabos, Mexico.
  • Poncho's, Hidalgo & Emiliano Zapata (downtown Cabo), ☎ +52 624 143-2891. Great Mexican/Seafood and the largest collection of Tequilas in the world with over 500 labels.
  • Nikki Beach, ☎ +52 624 1457800. Poolside dining featuring international cuisine. Live DJs on weekends.


  • No Worrys Bar & Grill, Blvd. Marina, E/V. Guerrero and Madero, ☎ +52 624 143-8575. Located inside the 90-foot lighthouse at Cabo San Lucas Marina, it offers a single VIP table at the top of the lighthouse tower. Well known for their relaxed attitude, sizzling sauces, awesome food, outdoor grill and deck seating. The second-floor lava lounge provides private window seating and marina views.
  • Mango Deck Beach Club. If you're looking for a "Spring Break" type atmosphere with bass-thumping music and bikini-clad girls dancing on stage for a bucket of beer, then the Mango Deck is your spot. However, be mindful that the drinking age in Mexico is 18 and most of those girls on stage (especially in the summer) are pre-college high schoolers either on spring break or celebrating graduation. Adults may find The Office more appropriate.
  • The Office. Located right next door to the Mango Deck, The Office is a more adult setting offering big blue umbrellas to shield you from the sun and an assortment of appetizers to accompany your margarita or Modelo Especial. With tables and chairs right in the sand, the office has become a famous watering hole in Cabo. The Office does NOT allow beach vendors to solicit you at your table.
  • Slim's Elbo Room, Just down the street from the Giggling Marlin. Hole in the wall, so it's easy to miss. Size does matter at this bar, which claims to be the world's smallest bar with four seats only and standing room for two. Drinks are served straight up as well as beer. Visitors like to tack a dollar to the wall with a stamp that says 'I was here.'
  • The Giggling Marlin. Gotta check it out. They hang you upside down by your ankles, and you drink a shot. Great lunch and dinner menu. Try the fish tacos and house-made salsa!
  • El Squid Roe. The best bar in the town. Loud, obnoxious, but that's why it's fun. Very touristy; people of all ages get up on tables and dance. Cocktail waitresses walk around with a whistle in their mouth to get your attention while they sell jello shots. This bar is multi-level and plays a variety of music. Very popular bar; if others are not hoppin' this one will be!
  • Cabo Wabo. Owned by Sammy Hagar, who performs occasionally, Cabo Wabo is famed for consistently providing patrons with a good time. They play the rock loud, and with attitude, but thankfully the staff is friendly and quick to serve.
  • Pink Kitty. Way too similar to a metro US city club scene. Go somewhere with more character.
  • Poncho's, Hidalgo & Emiliano Zapata (downtown Cabo), ☎ +52 624 143-2891. Great Mexican/Sea food and the largest collection of Tequilas in the world with over 500 labels.
  • Two For The Road (Live Jazz Spot), Hotel Tesoro ~ Cabo San Lucas (On the Marina Facing M-O Dock), ☎ +52 624 143-7759, e-mail: 8 PM to Midnight. A Jazz Night Spot for the over 30 crowd and for those searching for a place to go in Cabo, either before or after dinner to enjoy great cocktails, wine and Jazz Martinis with sophisticated live entertainment and pleasant conversation. Unique ambiance and intimate Jazz Night Spot like no other in Cabo San Lucas located on the Marina side of The Hotel Tesoro Monday through Saturday, 8 PM to Midnight. Live Music nightly, 9 PM to Midnight. It is located between Solomon’s Landing & "No Worry's" Lighthouse Restaurant. Validated one-hour free parking in Hotel Tesoro parking lot.
  • Happy Ending Cantina (Rated the Best Bar in Cabo), Marina Blvd 22 (Between Cabo Wabo & Hard Rock), ☎ +52 624 143-0404. 10 AM-3 AM. Happy Ending is located on the "50 yard line" in the middle of Cabo's action. Cheap drinks. Three bars, stripper poles, beer pong tables, pool tables, dancing, music, satellite TV for sporting events, delicious food all day and all night, cleanest bathrooms in Mexico, handicap access. ATM on the premises. Opens at 10:00 and closes at 3 AM every day. Best in Cabo.
  • Flavor, Marina Blvd s/n Las Cardenas (In front of Burger King, Between Las Quesadillas and Pink Kitty), ☎ +52 624 143 5501. 11 AM-12 AM. International Cuisine with global influence. Beautiful ambiance and design. Great venue for dinner with family, friends, or dates. Kids under 10 not recommended. Great Value.
  • The Usual Suspects, Main Street across Puerto Paraiso Mall, ☎ +52 555 102 4500. The Usual Suspects is the only bar with a High Definition 100-inch screen in Cabo showing every NFL, NHL game, PPV, etc. Its oval-shaped bar invites everybody to meet everybody, friendly and English speaking bartenders, clean bathrooms and a dance floor under the stars will make your Cabo nights unforgettable; although whatever happens in Cabo never happened!!
  • The Office. It is on the beach, right next to the Sandbar and the Mango Deck! Fairly close to the marina.
  • UNOMAS. The best margaritas in Cabo. The drinks are 3:50 each and Beers are 2 bucks. The beers are cold, and the company is warm and friendly. This place is hard to find but a great place to hang out. Owned by Fernando and Gina, also the bartenders, these two ensure the success of the bar by tasting, with their straw, of course, every drink before serving them. This ensures that their mix is always right.
  • The Sandbar (Next to the Office). A very nice place to spend a day on the beach drinking cold Pacificos (sold in an ice-filled bucket) People are very nice, and the service is great.

Shopping in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

With boutiques as easy to come by in Cabo as restaurants, it's a shoppers delight.
The plazas of Puerto Paraiso Shopping and Entertainment Plaza and the adjacent Marina Cabo San Lucas offer a variety of shops and goods with an affable ambiance.
Shoppes At Palmilla offer a selection of high-end boutiques. The stores here include day spas, art galleries, fine restaurants, coffee shops, an amazing bakery, homemade crafts, and much more.

  • San Jose del Cabo features traditional Mexican specialty stores which offer furniture, hand-blown glass, ceramics, artwork, cigars, and local souvenirs.
  • Die Trying, Plaza Naútica, Loc. # A7, tel 143-5388. For something other than your standard tourist t-shirt, try Die Trying for fun, quirky line of men's, women's and children's t-shirts and casual wear.
  • Golden Cactus Gallery, Hidalgo street (corner Zapata, one block from Wyndham Tesoro Hotel), ☎ +52 624 143-6399, e-mail: M - F: 12-7 PM. The Golden Cactus Gallery opened in 1997 as a fine art gallery and artist studio. The gallery showcases hundreds of works of art from artists from Baja, Mexico, USA, and Canada. In 2009, the gallery was acquired by long-time resident Marie Celyne Poupart.
For many years, the traditional place for tourists to obtain basic supplies was the pharmacy and supermarket at Plaza Aramburo in the center of town. Since the mid-2000s, Plaza Aramburo has been supplemented by the addition of a Costco and a Walmart Supercenter on the outskirts of town on Highway 1.
  • Cabo Gringo Pages. Cabo Gringo Pages has a shopping Guide and directory of Cabo San Lucas shops and businesses 

Safety in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Do not beach walk at the water's edge on the Pacific side. This area is very treacherous, and huge waves can come ashore with little to no notice. This danger does not end at the "El Arco" point, but extends to all south-facing beaches as well, including the Pueblo Bonito and Riu Palace resorts.

As a general note, avoid back alleyways, especially at nighttime. Watch for pickpockets in the nightlife areas. Only accept rides from licensed taxi drivers.

Language spoken in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Spanish is the de facto national language. English is widely understood in tourist places.


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