Cabo San Lucas finds itself on all cruise lines, making their way along the Mexican Rivera and Sea of Cortez. It has also garnered a reputation for being an American ex-pat party hot spot. This is THE place to do your duty-free shopping and pick up vacation trinkets and souvenirs. Outside of downtown’s party atmosphere, Los Cabos offers tranquil scenery and exotic adventure opportunities.
How to Get to Cabo San Lucas
Downtown Cabo is a pleasant ten-minute beachside walk from the marina. The town itself is very walkable, however taxis are readily available by the terminal. Several international car rental agencies have offices in town, if you feel like getting out and exploring beyond the coast.
One Day in Los Cabos
Los Cabos is known as a great locale to get your water sport on! Try the Sailing and snorkeling cruise
through the famous rock formations and see some remote beaches. Or, get up close with the abundant and diverse tropical ocean ecosystem in a Two-tank scuba dive
Hydrophobes can take in the equally distinctive dry-land scenery from atop a new equine friend on the Horseback Riding Adventure
, or tear through the rocky desert terrain on an ATV
. At the end of the day, kick back with a daiquiri at the Hard Rock Cafe in true Cabo Wabo style!
The official language is Spanish, but owing to the bustling tourism industry and the concentration of American ex-pats in the area, most locals also speak English. US Dollars are accepted almost everywhere, as are credit cards. Cabo San Lucas is a tender port, so allow extra time for getting off and on your ship.