With such rich seas, fishing Los Cabos is an exciting adventure. Head out to the deep blue waters and cast away. You have the chance to land dorado, different kinds of marlin, roosterfish, sailfish, wahoo and a whole lot more. With a little bit of luck and skill, you could even catch a giant yellowfin tuna.
Take a tour of the sea in search of whales. Los Cabos is a hotspot for these marine animals with a wide variety of species migrating through the waters. You could see blue whales, grey whales, humpback whales, orcas and lots more. With luck, you'll get to see break the water and dive back below with a splash.
Located behind San Jose del Cabo’s historic main square, the Gallery District is establishing itself as the cultural centre of Los Cabos. Lots of local art stores and high-end galleries collaborate together to create a welcoming scene focusing on national and international contemporary artists. You'll find 14 major galleries in the area and a host of artisans and folk artists.
The famous conservationist and explorer, Jacques Cousteau described the Sea of Cortez as "The world's aquarium." It hints at the wealth of marine life in the seas around Los Cabos. You'll see great schools of tropical fish and coral gardens and have a good chance of swimming with dolphins, giant mantas, seahorses, sea lions, sharks, turtles, whale sharks and whales.
There are plenty of renowned golf courses to choose from at Los Cabos. Try your hand at the beautiful greens of Cabo San Lucas Country Club, or tee off at Palmilla Golf Club with courses designed by retired professional golfer Jack Nicklaus, often regarded as the greatest player of all time. Fun, sun and the finest golfing.