The moment you step foot in Cabo San Lucas, you know you have stumbled upon something magical. If you are a return visitor, I bet you planned your return trip before you even left for home on your last trip. It’s rare to arrive at a destination and do something of the sort, but for the newbie’s, you’ll understand very quickly why this happens and soon you’ll be planning your move.
Cabo San Lucas, even with the hustle and bustle of fun and nightlife, there always remains a feeling of complete tranquility. Cabo San Lucas is a remarkable combination of desert suddenly meeting bright blue and clear waters. Located on the southern most tip of the Baja Peninsula, it typically doesn’t see much rain and when you experience the climate, there is no explanation needed as to why people from all over the world come here to unwind all year round.
Although, there are so many activities to do in Cabo San Lucas, the area is most famous for a beautiful landscape called El Arco (The Arch). Incredible views of El Arco can be seen from both land and ocean. The Arch, which marks Land’s End, is where the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean meet. From boat, you pass Pelican’s Colony (rock), Lover’s Beach and Divorce Beach (I won’t spoil the reason as to why this is, it is a must see for yourself). Sea lions (not seals) ultimately have the best view in the house as they lounge daily on the on rocks at the arch – you will be jealous!
You’ll just love this little in size, but big-hearted town for all the wonderful memories you will create here.