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March 4, 2022
Flora Farms, San José del Cabo, Mexico
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Fun Things To Do in Los Cabos

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We're so excited to share some of our favorite places in the area with you!
Boating with Cabo Adventures

Boating with Cabo Adventures

Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23410, Mexico
, +52 624 173 9528

If you are looking to book a group or private boating tour in Cabo San Lucas or San Jose del Cabo, there is no better choice than Cabo Adventures.

Acre Baja

Acre Baja

San José del Cabo, B.C.S. 23407, Mexico
, +52 624 171 8226

Whether you come for a meal at the farm-to-table restaurant, or to check-in and unplug in one of the twelve tree houses on the property, this place is a bucket-list must. Situated on twenty-five acres of farmland up a winding dirt road adjacent to Flora Farms, design-forward hotel offers some of the most incredible amenities

Massages at The Sand Bar

Massages at The Sand Bar

Medano, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23453, Mexico
, +52 624 144 3752

Get an amazing massage on the beach for the BEST price. There is no expectation of privacy and the view is awesome… an emerald bay, framed by ageless, sun-soaked rocks that represent Land’s End.

ATV Adventures

ATV Adventures

Km. 106 Avenida La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23473, Mexico
, +52 624 143 2199

At G-Force Adventures they offer some of the most popular Cabo Activities. It does not matter what type of activity you like, they have plenty of fun things to do.

Downtown San Jose Del Cabo

Downtown San Jose Del Cabo

People who travel to San José del Cabo often don't think of it as its own town—after all, it's one half of "Cabo," or Los Cabos, along with its neighboring town, Cabo San Lucas. Both sit at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific meets the Sea of Cortez. But San José del Cabo is undoubtedly the more studious of the two siblings, with its art galleries, colorful adobe homes and beautiful jacaranda trees

Cuadra San Francisco

Cuadra San Francisco

Most horseback riding experiences in Cabo take you along the beach, which, while beautiful, makes for incredibly short rides. Cuadra San Francisco (which offers English-style riding) takes visitors along the beaches and also into the desert for a longer, more visually interesting ride.

The Arch of Cabo San Lucas

The Arch of Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mexico

Take a quick boat ride out to see the famous Arch in Cabo San Lucas! A beautiful ride and great photo opportunity.

San Jose del Cabo Art Walk

San Jose del Cabo Art Walk

The Thursday evening Art Walk is a highlight of any visit to San José del Cabo, and is held weekly from 5 to 9 p.m. during high tourist season (November through June). The participating galleries are all clustered together in the city's historic Distrito del Arte, which is one of the reasons you should forget the guided tours and enjoy this weekly event at your own pace. Sip wine, sample cheese, wander the area's beautiful cobblestone streets, and interact with some of the top artists and gallery owners in Baja California Sur.

La Lupita Taco & Mezcal

La Lupita Taco & Mezcal

s/n Jose Maria Morelos, San José del Cabo, B.C.S. 23400, Mexico
, +52 624 688 3926

The patio at this San José taco joint feels a lot like a backyard party—rustic mismatched furniture, the smell of sizzling tortillas, seemingly endless supplies of cold cervezas, and a live band that goes on as soon as the sun sets. The small-but-mighty menu has something for purists and adventurous types alike.

The Office on the Beach

The Office on the Beach

S/N Playa El Medano, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23450, Mexico
, +52 624 143 3464

While the menu has been thoroughly Americanized (burgers, fries, and the like), and the margaritas come in goblets the size of your head, it doesn’t take away from the fact that this is the quintessential beach cantina experience, thanks in no small part to the unobstructed views of El Arco

Edith's

Edith's

S/N Avenida del Pescador, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23410, Mexico
, +52 624 143 0801

Here, the tenets of traditional Baja cuisine—lots of fresh seafood marinated in traditional spices and local produce cooked just right so no flavor is lost—translate to perfectly cooked meat and fish dishes and veggie-centric sides (many are prepped table-side, it is a tourist town after all) every time. It’s this respect for local culture—not to mention the lovely outdoor setup and wine cellar stocked with a very respectable selection of both regional and imported wines—that makes Edith’s a favorite for residents and visitors alike.