Feed Your Adventurous Spirits With This Enthralling Los Cabos Tour

San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are the two Mexican towns that actually make up Los Cabos. It is situated at the tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. From a quiet colonial village, San Jose Cabo has been renovated into a cultural hotspot filled with trendy shops and galleries. In the meantime, the lively Cabo San Lucas, which was once the refuge of a tuna cannery is presently a buzzing downtown with a tequila-fueled party bars and a lively marina. The Tourist Corridor separates the two towns and is dotted with resorts.


The area of Los Cabos is made up of two cities - San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Though the two areas share a common coastline, they are quite different places. For such a tiny city, there are a number of fun activities to do in Cabo San Lucas. Set at the tip of Baja California, this is the place where desert meets the ocean. You can engage in a number of outdoor activities here, shop, party and dance all night. 

Tour Highlights:

  • Experience a quiet shopping strip, a beautiful church, delicious restaurants and dining options, and an excellent historic centre at San Jose del Cabo.

  • Capture the famous arch at a close distance and view the city through a small boat ride.

  • Shop for souvenirs at flea market at Marina that holds a collection of Mexican pottery, wood carvings, and beads. 

  • Visit San Jose which has a fascinating Art Gallery District with a long list of art galleries.  

  • Enjoy this incredible experience of swimming with sharks at Cabo San Lucas. 

Tour At A Glance

Day 1: Day Trip to San Jose del Cabo

Day 2: The Famous Arch

Day 3: Flea Market at the Marina

Day 4: The Art District in San Jose del Cabo

Day 5: Swim With Whale Sharks 

Day 6: Trip to Land’s End

Day 7: Todos Santos 


Day 1: Day Trip to San Jose del Cabo

Often referred to as the quaint sister of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo offers a more authentic and laid back vibe to its savage neighbor. This lovely little town is situated about half an hour from Cabo San Lucas. Apart from its splendid white sand beaches, the town offers a peaceful shopping strip, amazing restaurants and dining options, a lovely church, and a great historic centre. Explore some more of the Baja Peninsula on a day trip and experience the local life. In order to make the most of this day trip, you have two options:

  • Rent a car for a day from the town centre and drive down the Transpeninsular Highway which links Cabo San Lucas with San Jose del Cabo. Renting a car is going to be a wise idea in Cabo San Lucas as it provides you with the freedom to explore at your own pace.

  • Embark on the Suburcabos bus service that runs every 20 minutes along the Tourist Corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. 

Day 2: The Famous Arch

Your Los Cabos Tour is incomplete if you do not get to see the famous arch. Embarking on a small boat tour to the arch is definitely a must! You can capture and view the city through a small boat ride. One can also include with their boat ride, a stop at Playa del Amor. Famously known as Lover’s Beach, this is a tiny beach facing the city where one can snorkel and swim. It attracts a large crowd and is only accessible by boat. On the other side of it facing the Pacific Ocean, lies the Divorce Beach (Playa del Divorcio). This particular beach which is connected to Lover’s Beach is not suitable for swimming. It is known for its turbulent waters and rip currents. Though too dangerous to swim, it’s quite beautiful and is amazing for lower crowds and for sun-bathing.

Day 3: Flea Market at the Marina

There’s a mini flea-market to the side of the Marina which is an amazing place for souvenir shopping. It has a great collection of wood carvings, beads and Mexican pottery. They also have clothing, several handmade items, blankets, and embroidered dresses. You’ll find this place to be quite fascinating and will surely enjoy shopping for lovely gifts in Mexico. 

This way you can also help out the local community by buying their handmade items which they sell in order to support their families. 

Relish a mesmerizing sunset experience by embarking on a luxury 50-foot sailboat from the marina. One can enjoy specialty cocktails, sparkling wine, canapes and ice-cold beer on the cruise while you watch beautiful sunsets. The cruise lasts for about 2 hours, and offer you an incredible sunset view of Land’s End - Lover’s Beach and The Los Cabos Arch. This is definitely going to be one of the most luxurious things to do in Cabo San Lucas.

Day 4: The Art District in San Jose del Cabo

San Jose del Cabo is situated just next door to Cabo San Lucas. It has an interesting Art Gallery District and the area has become a cultural hubspot for the city as a number of local as well as international artists are able to display their original paintings, photography, sculptures, and handmade items. 

You’ll also get the opportunity to stroll the historic main square where you’ll find a lovely detailed church. The streets of San Jose del Cabo are beautiful and worth your time. 

Day 5: Swim With Whale Sharks 

Swimming with whale sharks is definitely one of the most incredible things you’ll ever try to do! Though these sharks are enormous, these gentle creatures are herbivores and will swim with you calmly. 

The whale season in Cabo San Lucas is between September and April as the whales make their way through the Sea of Cortez. You are never going to forget this experience of swimming with whale sharks. 

Day 6: Trip to Land’s End

The Baja California Peninsula, which is 750-mile-long reaches its southernmost terminal at the tip of Cabo San Lucas at a half-mile headland. In addition to symbolizing “Land’s End”, this headland also acts as the representative demarcation point between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. Tourists can enjoy incredible views of Land’s End on the sunset cruises, however, in order to get up close and personal with famous landmarks such as El Arco, The Window to the Pacific, Neptune’s Finger, and beautiful Lover’s Beach and Divorce Beach, embark on a water taxi and get on to the Land’s End.

Day 7: Todos Santos

This quaint town boasts a number of souvenir shops and art galleries. Get on a trip to Todos Santos and enjoy lunch at the popular Hotel California or make your way to the beach at Los Cerritos, which is ideal for surfing, swimming, or just taking a long leisurely walk along the beach.  


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