Cabo San Lucas used to be a quiet fishing village at the very tip of Baja California. Now it has blossomed into one of the world’s most famous spots for celebrity sightings, scenic spots, sunning, snorkeling, and of course, an exciting night life. Cabo and its surrounding areas are full of fun things to do for people of all ages and the various tours to nearby attractions will make sure that you have an incredible vacation.
Fishing and golf are two of the top attractions in Cabo, but it is also well known for its restaurants and top rated spas. Whether you prefer a leisurely Cabo vacation strolling through its shopping malls and tanning on the beach, or a more adventurous one with zip line tours and ATV rides, you are guaranteed to have a great time. Here are some of the most famous spots that you should not miss when you are in Cabo San Lucas.
Cabo Wabo – A must-see for anyone who is to party Cabo Wabo is a massive complex with big bars and stages for band performances, sometimes with its owner, Sammy Hagar himself. Located in the heart of the downtown area on Calle Guerrero, Cabo Wabo is considered as one of the best nightclubs in the city. However, the club is geared toward a slightly older crowd. If you are looking for a great atmosphere with live music, Cabo Wabo is the place to be.
Todos Santos – If you are staying in Cabo for more than a few days, try heading north to the sleepy town of Todos Santos, home of the famous Hotel California, Cafe Santa Fe and Caffe Todos Santos. The town is quaint, artsy and new age, the exact opposite of Cabo. Todos Santos is also a surfer’s haven. With well known beaches like La Pastora, Playa Pescadero and Cerritos, you would not regret trying your board on these waves. If you need to recharge your batteries, visit Todos Santos to relax for a day or overnight before heading south again to the bustle and crazed nightlife of Cabo. You can also learn more about Cabo by checking out the post at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrHtTmBNc6c.
El Arco – For something stately, head out to Cabo’s most famous natural feature, the Arch. This natural arch is considered as Cabo’s most famous landmark. It is only accesible by boat so you can either go on a sightseeing tour or rent a kayak and paddle out there. El Arco is part of a rock formation known as the Three Friars, which make up the peninsula’s southern tip, Land’s End. Near the arch is a colony of sea lions, especially along the Los Frailes rock formation. It is an excellent spot for couples looking for somewhere romantic to see the sunset. Check out also the Riviera Maya.