5 places you cannot miss when visiting Los Cabos | Traveler by Unique


1. The Arc

The Arch

The point where the sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean join, known as the ‘Land’s End’, to form a spectacular natural Rock formation made of Granite. Molded into the shape of an arch over the years, located at the end point of Baja Peninsula, the Arc is the majestic tourist site one definitely should not miss. One can enjoy paddleboarding & snorkeling at the arc in the company of sea lions, marine birds and little sea creatures. Guides are available to take you through the waters. The turquoise blue water of the sea evokes a rejuvenating feeling. A little further from the rock formation you can also get to see Lover’s Beach. And if you’re in the region between December and March you will catch the sight of whales as this is the time for their breeding and a lot of them can be found at the bay.


2. Marvelous Beaches

Marvelous Beaches

San Cabos is definitely a type of place where you can get a hold of nature in its truest form. Marvelous beaches are the hallmark of this area. In Medano beach, tourists can enjoy a long swim. Maria Bay is the blue flag certified beach for its purity of water and cleanliness. Fishing is one of the best pastimes here. Palmilla Beach is a crescent-shaped beach where you can enjoy a picnic to the fullest. Sun Bathing and relaxing under the roof of the sky soothes the mind.


3. San Jose Del Cabo

San Jose Del Cabo

As we know, Los Cabos stretches between the two cities of San Cabo Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo. San Jose Cabo is rich in cultural heritage and architectural designs. Restaurants where you can enjoy seafood and cocktails, art galleries where you can get to watch an art exhibition in your spare afternoon. San Jose Estuary and Birds’ sanctuary is the sight you would never forget. More than 200 species of birds are well kept and bred there. While exploring the beauty of Los Cabos you would definitely want to go to the coastline or the beach to discover the dolphins among the diverse species of sea life in Cabos’ waters.


4. La Paz

La Paz

La Paz is one of the biggest tourist attractions where you can enjoy water sports and recreational activities. El Tecolote, Caimancito, El Coromuel, Pichilingue, El Tesoro, La Ventana, and Bahía de Los Sueños are among the most famous beaches where you can spend your day admiring the natural scenery and listen to the splashing sound of the waves. You can also take a walk in the magical town of Santos Todos and feast your eyes with the magical surroundings of the region. It is also where one can enjoy snorkeling and watching whales and sharks. Exploring the coastline is without a doubt an unforgettable experience.


5. Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo

When in Los Cabos, you shouldn’t skip a visit to the small town of Cabo Pulmo. It’s a world heritage recognized by UNESCO. It is also represented as the only live coral reef in California Gulf. Visitors’ Center of Cabo Pulmo’s National Park consists of a well-preserved marine ecosystem. Kayaking, shell collecting, scuba diving are, to name a few, activities that will give tourists a memorable time. Amiable environment imprints a refreshing effect on their minds.


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