There are plenty of places in the world to fall in love with, but Cabo San Lucas is definitely one of the most romantic. With its stunning beaches and crystal clear waters, it’s easy to see why people flock here for their honeymoons and vacations. Cabo is a beach town built around tourism and entertainment, but with a population of only about 120,000 people, it’s not too crowded or overwhelming.
The best part is that Cabo is still very much a small town in many ways—there are no skyscrapers or department stores, just local businesses that cater to tourists and residents. You can find hidden gems anything from clothes to food without much need of a tour guide.
Here are 10 reasons why you should fall in love with Cabo San Lucas too!
Where to stay?
Instagram-worthy: Viceroy Los Cabos
This resort is the perfect blend of modern architecture, amazing views, and a laid-back vibe. You can explore the property on foot or via bike, and if you’re feeling more adventurous, take advantage of its proximity to the beach.
If you have posted this to the internet then this has never occurred to anyone. Travel purists and those not influenced by influencers have always been looking for an ideal photo. As the Cabo area is becoming more of a party destination and more tied to the design industry, several of its hotels make themselves famous through their ability to draw an upscale crowd.
Mexican modernist buildings in Viceroy Los Cabos recently opened have impressive reflection pools, cool niches, and clear lines that are specifically designed for envy-inducing photos. The same applies to the rooftop of El Ganzo, with wide views of the marina and the ocean above the infinity pool.
All-Inclusive: Costa Azul Beach Resort
Costa Azul Cabo
is an all-inclusive beach resort located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. This luxury property features stunning rooms, two beautiful pools, and a gorgeous beach with private cabanas. Costa Azul Cabo is perfect for couples looking for an unforgettable vacation, groups of friends who want to share an amazing experience together, or a family. The resort offers a wide range of activities such as:
• Beach volleyball
• Water sports (surfing, snorkeling, kayaking)
• Dance lessons
• Aquatic park (with slides, trampoline and waterfalls)
There are also several restaurants at Costa Azul Cabo including Italian, French and Mexican cuisine available throughout the day.
What is the Most Popular Water Activity?
Jump into Santiago and Caon del Zorro Waterfalls
If you’re willing to go off the beaten path and into the jungle, you’ll be rewarded with one of the most unique natural sights in all of Mexico:
It is not every day that a visitor explores an oasis. Santiago is a small sliver of a city in the mountains of the eastern Cabo Region surrounded by unusual natural finds. It’s easy to find a quick meal in town and go on arroyo roads and dirt roads leading to hidden canyons and waterfalls.
Scuba Diving in Cabo Pulmo National Park
Scuba diving in Cabo Pulmo is an unforgettable experience. Marine life is one of the most diverse and abundant in the world, and you can dive with dozens of species at a time. Whether you’re looking for a more relaxed dive or a thrill-seeker’s paradise, this spot has something for everyone.
The best part about diving in Cabo Pulmo is that it’s family-friendly! You don’t have to be an experienced diver to enjoy this area—you can even bring your kids along with you on your first trip into the ocean.
There are many different sites where you’ll be able to visit sea turtles, dolphins, whale sharks, and whale watching, as well as hundreds of other kinds of fish. The most popular site for scuba diving in Cabo Pulmo is Punta Medano Beach. This site has been named one of the seven wonders of Mexico by National Geographic because of its incredible biodiversity and stunning coral reefs. It’s also known as one of the best destinations for manta rays sightings in all of Baja California. The water here is clear enough that you’ll be able to see through it up to 60 feet below!
Island Hopping at Isla Espiritu Santos
Like Cabo Pulmo, the Isla Espiritu Santos Cabo is a Mexican island located in the Sea of Cortez. It’s known for its beautiful beaches and incredible weather, which make it a perfect place to visit any time of year. Whether you’re looking for sandy shores or rocky cliffs, this island has it all!
The island is home to many different types of wildlife and vegetation, including sea lions, turtles, and even flamingos! If you’re lucky enough to visit during the right season, you’ll also see wildflowers blooming on the rocky hillsides. The sparkling blue waters surrounding the island are full of fish and other aquatic life that make excellent catches when fishing or snorkeling in them.
Kiss and Make up at Enthusiasts Beach
Aside from Espiritu Santo Island, you might want to consider Enthusiast Beach in Cabo San Lucas. It’s got two sides: divorce beach and lovers beach.
Divorce Beach is great if you want to get away from it all. It’s quiet and secluded, with just enough tourists to keep things interesting. There’s plenty of space for you and your ex-spouse to spread out and swim, but the sand is soft enough that it won’t hurt when he or she leaves without saying goodbye.
Lover’s Beach is a perfect location for those who want to reconnect with their significant other—or even meet someone new! There are lots of people around, so if you’re into crowds (or have a bit too much energy), this is definitely the place for you. The water is warm and clear, so you can swim up close with anyone who catches your eye.
Dip into El Chorro Hot Spring (aka Agua Caliente)
Do you enjoy the warm waters? Bring the El Chorro Hot Spring in. It is located in the exclusive beach town of Cabo San Lucas, in Baja California Sur. It is known as one of the best hot springs in the country, and it’s easy to see why. The hot spring is in the right place located on a cliff overlooking the ocean, making it a unique experience to soak in warm waters while watching the waves crash below you.
The water at Hot Spring comes from an underground source, and contains minerals that are believed to have healing properties. The spring has been around for centuries, but was rediscovered by American soldiers during World War II. After being used as an American military base until the 1970s, it has since been opened up to the public as a tourist attraction.
What Non-Water Activities to Enjoy?
Savor Some Fresh Air at Flora Farms Nature-themed Restaurant
Flora Farms is an organic food restaurant in town. This is the most secretive thing in Cabo. It is surrounded by the natural environment, but the restaurant is much more than an ordinary restaurant.
Flora Farm Cabo specializes in serving fresh produce seafood dishes made from local ingredients. All the food at Flora Farm Cabo is prepared in a way that helps to preserve both the environment and the health of its customers that is of great service.
The farm also includes spas with all-natural services as well as yoga and pilate classes. Cooking classes at the farm will have you ready for authentic Mexican cooking food in the house, and at Flora Farm’s groceries, you can bring fresh fruit back for healthy meals on vacation. This activity in Los Cabos will leave you far away from major attractions.
Hike up at Mount Solmar
Interested in hiking? The mountain has been a part of the community for over two thousand years, and locals have long used it as a source of fresh water. In fact, Mount Solmar Cabo is one of only three places in the country that are home to an aquifer—a rare natural resource that provides clean drinking water to humans.
Mount Solmar Cabo has also long served as a spiritual center for local people. It is said that there are many different spirits who live inside Mount Solmar Cabo itself; some say they’re friendly and some say they’re not so friendly.
Visitors can hike up Mountain Solmar Cabo on their own or with a guide from one of several tour operators throughout the area. The hike takes around three hours round trip from base camp and includes stunning mountains view of both ocean and desert landscapes along the way. You can also opt for an overnight camping trip if you want an even more immersive experience at this incredible place!
Walk Down and Appreciate San Jose del Cabo’s Historic Gallery District
San Jose del Cabo’s historic Gallery District is a charming cobblestone street lined with galleries, museums, and shops. The district was established in the 1940s when artists from all over Mexico came to San Jose del Cabo to paint the desert landscape and sell their art in the gallery district.
Today, the district is still home to some of the best art in town—and it’s a great place to spend some time browsing pictures around and admiring some of the world’s most talented artists’ work.
Join the Santa Jose Cabo art walking route for a wander down the streets to admire artwork displayed at some of the world’s finest art galleries — including La Sacristia, Patricia Mendoza and Corsica. You can certainly discover yourself!
If you’re looking for a place where you can enjoy the water and all of its peaceful places, then Cabo is the spot for you. This Mexican city has so much to offer, from surfing to scuba diving and everything in between. If you’re looking for something a little less extreme and fun things, there are also plenty of non-water activities that will keep your mind engaged and your body moving.
Whether you’re staying for a week or two months, there’s no doubt that Cabo will leave one lasting impression on you!
So there you have it—the top 10 Reasons to fall in love with Cabo. We hope you’ve gotten some inspiration for your next trip and that you’ll come back to us soon for more inspiration!