Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Days Itinerary

Day 1

Start your trip off right with a fishing charter to enjoy some of the best big catch fishing offered anywhere. Take in some lunch when you get back to shore and then head over to relax on Playa Plamilla where you can soak up some rays or partake in some water sports. Head back to marina grab some dinner and drinks at one of the restaurants.

Day 2

Take in some of the local cuisine by heading to the as Animas Bajas Area and if you get over there on a Saturday the you can experience the San José Mercado Organico, the organic farmer’s market. There are a few farm-to-table restaurants that you can try. Then check out San José del Cabo’s Historic Art District where you can admire the architecture, art galleries and town plaza.

Day 3

Take a boat ride tour over to the Arch of Cabo San Lucas. The tours not only take you to see the amazing arch but also to enjoy Lover’s Beach, some snorkeling, paddle boarding or other ways to get in the water. Spend the late afternoon doing some shopping, trying some local cuisine and maybe even taste some local tequila.

I love going to view the Arco. It’s beautiful and lovers beach is relaxing as well! Just take a water taxi there and they are very accommodating if you would like to stay longer than an hour. :)

Great Place,TripAdvisor Review

Day 1

Start your trip off right with a fishing charter to enjoy some of the best big catch fishing offered anywhere. Take in some lunch when you get back to shore and then head over to relax on Playa Plamilla where you can soak up some rays or partake in some water sports. Head back to marina grab some dinner and drinks at one of the restaurants.

Day 2

Take in some of the local cuisine by heading to the as Animas Bajas Area and if you get over there on a Saturday the you can experience the San José Mercado Organico, the organic farmer’s market. There are a few farm-to-table restaurants that you can try. Then check out San José del Cabo’s Historic Art District where you can admire the architecture, art galleries and town plaza.

Day 3

Take a boat ride tour over to the Arch of Cabo San Lucas. The tours not only take you to see the amazing arch but also to enjoy Lover’s Beach, some snorkeling, paddle boarding or other ways to get in the water. Spend the late afternoon doing some shopping, trying some local cuisine and maybe even taste some local tequila.

Day 4

Spend the earlier part of the day doing some shopping at Puerto Paraiso Mall where you can check out Luxury Avenue, buy some souvenirs, and try one of the great restaurants. Then afterwards take one of the sunset cruises. After a leisurely day have a great bite to eat at one of the restaurants at the marina.

Day 5

Spend the day at Flora farm where you can take cooking and painting classes, experience an organic spa treatment and seeing what it is like to eat at a true farm-to-table restaurant with everything grown on the 25-acre property or nearby at their 150-acre ranch.

The Marina at Cabo is a destination not to be missed. Very clean with numerous dining and shopping opportunities.

Ultra Nice Shopping and Dining,TripAdvisor Review

Local Attractions

Cabo San Lucas is a very exciting city on the most southern tip of the Baja Peninsula. With an extremely plentiful fishing ground and a hot spot for tourism, the city has an amazing array of nightlife, restaurants, bars, and clubs ready to make for an exciting stay.

Lovers Beach and Divorce Beach

Depending on which side you are standing on introduces you the calm waters of Lovers Beach or the rough and choppy waters on the Pacific side with Divorce Beach. It can be accessed by water taxi, boat tours or kayak rentals.

Museo de Historia Natural

Learn the history of the Baja Peninsula and the people that have inhabited the area.

El Arco de Cabo San Lucas (Lands End)

From the point where the Gulf of California meets the Pacific Ocean peaks a natural arch that was formed over time. This limestone arch is a favorite hangout for sea lions. Take a water taxi or tour boat over to see this picturesque spot.

Museo de Historia Natural - Great little museum chock full of local culture and artifacts. Very quiet and cool for a hot and humid morning excursion. We loved it!

Museum Gem!,TripAdvisor Review

Annual Events

MARCH

Festival of San Jose 11- day festival in honor of the city's patron saint, San Jose (St. Joseph). Carnivals and parades along with food venue's and booths for you to join in the celebration.

APRIL

Semana Santa and Pascua and Dia de los Ninos During the peak season in Cabo San Lucas falls spring break and Children's Day. During Dia de los Ninos, children parade on the streets and have a party.

JUNE

Stars and Stripes Tournament This tournament that occurs every June raises money for children's charities in Southern California and Mexico. Events include fishing, golf and music.

JULY

Festival of St. James St. James the Apostle was credited with bringing Catholicism to Mexico and this is celebrated by parades, battle re-enactments and parties.

JULY/AUGUST

Los Cabos Open This July/August tennis tournament that showcases the unique beauty of Cabo San Lucas features. Some of the best players in tennis battle it out on this hard-court surface.

SEPTEMBER

Charro Day Bullfights and calf roping are part of the celebrations that begin with Mexican Cowboys parading through town adorned in decorated outfits.

OCTOBER

Bisbee's Los Cabos Offshore This tournament takes place shortly before the large Black-and-Blue tournament. It is the perfect tournament to warm up attracting over 400 anglers.

Bisbee's Black and Blue Tournament For over 30 years this tournament bring millions in dollars in prizes.

Fiesta de Cabo San Lucas Festival celebrating the patron saint of Cabo San Lucas.

NOVEMBER

Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos Sea, desert, and mountains vistas attract triathletes and tourists from around the world.

Los Cabos Film Festival This Festival offers a solid platform for the films of Mexico, the United States and Canada to find synergies that strengthen them as a territorial strip and as national industries, also linking them with Latin America and Europe.

Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot Fishing for Tuna topping 250lbs is no small feat but well worth that payout against over 100 teams.

Baja Ha-Ha Teams sail from San Diego California to Cabo San Lucas Mexico. As small as two crew vessels take advantage of the beautiful sailing for over 20 years.

This is a place that I wish I had discovered before. It is stunning. So much natural beauty and everything so accessible. Really enjoyed the Whale watching. Must come back.

Love Cabo,TripAdvisor Review