Explore Cabo San Lucas
El Arco De Cabo San Lucas (Land’s End)
Ranked as #1 out of 10 things to do in Cabo San Lucas, this beautiful geographical location filled with amazing formations is a must be. Located at the southern end of Cabo San Lucas and sandwiched between Playa del Amor and Playa del Divorcio, these rock formations were created from the rough winds and seas of the southern Baja peninsula. Though there are very few vendors or facilities, Land’s End remains an excellent choice for couples looking for a romantic sport to see the sunset or simply an ideal place for peace and quiet. It also serves as an excellent diving spot, with local charters offered from Cabo’s downtown. You can also rent an ocean kayak from central Cabo and make your way south towards Land’s End. Please note that kayaking should be left to only those who are in peak physical condition. Be Safe and don’t miss this amazing attraction.
Playa Del Amor (Love Beach)
“Romantic and Peaceful,” Playa Del Amor is another must, but to get to this hidden cove you’ll need some kind of floating transportation. Fear not, the water taxi at the marina will take you there. While taking the water taxi, the captain will take you on an informative tour of the diving areas are the arch (listed above), point out Love Beach, then go around the popular point for a wonderful view of the dramatic area where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Pack a lunch with plenty of fluids and enjoy your peach and quiet on the beach and the striking wind and water shaped rock formations. Ask your taxi to comeback for you at a pre-determined time, all for one price.
Iglesia de San Lucas
Iglesia de San Lucas is the most widely attended Catholic Church in the area. This beautiful church looks much the same as when it was built in 1730. Get an excellent sense of culture and stop by to either see the Church or attend a mass.