Cabo San Lucas Water Sports and Adventures

The resort city of Cabo San Lucas is located at the extreme point of the peninsula where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet. Its beautiful coastline offers many great water sports and activities that you will love to enjoy:

Here are but a few water sports and activities you can choose to do here:

Scuba diving and snorkeling set apart Cabo San Lucas from other aquatic places in Mexico. This is because there are many ideal spots around Cabo that provide great underwater visibility. In addition, the Sea of Cortez is considered one of the waters in the world with a rich marine life, so there are actually lots to see when snorkeling or scuba diving in Cabo.

The waters near the Pelican Rock are also popular among snorkeling and scuba diving tours because aside from its abundant marine life, the sight of astonishing sandfalls will also capture your admiration to the place.

The Arch. A unique rock formation at the southern tip of Cabo San Lucas. Photo by Lisa / CC BY

The Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park is another popular site for snorkeling and scuba diving. Tours do not miss to bring tourists and visitors to these sites because it is one ideal spot for these activities.

Cabo Pulmo national marine park, 60 miles north of Cabos San Lucas. One of the oldest coral reefs (20 thousand years old) is located here. Photo by KumiM / CC BY

Photo by KumiM / CC BY

Snorkeling and scuba diving tours may also bring you to the Tourist Corridor where you can enjoy not only snorkeling and scuba diving but surfing as well.

Cabo is also an ideal place for surfing as the waves in Cabo are formed in different sizes. With the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez sending waves into its shores, surfers will definitely love to surf in Cabo San Lucas.

Photo by Miguel / CC BY

A resort pool

In most beaches of Cabo, you can also enjoy other water sports and other exciting activities like jet skiing, kayaking, water skiing, sailing and fishing. Sport fishing is popular in the place as Cabo San Lucas has abundant catch of Marlin all year round and even tagged as the ‘Marlin Capital of the World’. You can participate in fishing tournaments or just sail on a yacht and have the leisure to do fishing on your own or with family and friends.

The cliffs in the sea of Cortez

How to get to Cabo San Lucas

The nearest airport is Los Cabos International Airport. Major airlines of Mexico, America and Canda fly to this airport. Some of these airlines are Aereo Calafia, Aeromexico, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, Interjet, Southwest Airlines, Mexicana, Volaris, Air Canada, Air Transat and WestJet.

There is a bus service from Terminal 2 to the main town of Cabo San Lucas with a commute of maximum 45 minutes.

Text source: Articlelogy

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  1. Thom

    Wow, love the pictures, what underwater camera are you using?

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