Things To Do In Cabo
For those of you going to Cabo to relax, you’ve made a good choice. You’ll probably want to spend your day enjoying the sun and the sand on the beautiful beach while you sip delicious drinks, sitting on your soft towel, under your striped umbrella. It’s definitely not a bad way to spend the day but for those of you who crave a little more action, let me suggest that you look into ATV tours.
When you’re ready to leave the beach and explore the rest of Cabo, make sure you make a trip to the Golden Cactus Gallery. Though the outside is such that you might pass by without realizing the treasures within, please don’t make that mistake. With so many artists featured, and such a variety of work on display, each visitor is sure to find a piece that they love.
If you want to check out down town Cabo San Lucas, make sure you’re there for the Festival of James on July 25th.
St. James the Apostle is credited with bringing the Catholic religion to Mexico and is represented as a magical man riding a white horse. James, the patron saint of Spain (where he is said to be buried), and his brother, John, were part of the Twelve disciples of Jesus.
It is Monday morning and if you were here in Cabo San Lucas, there is a very good possibility you would be doing the ‘cabo wobble’. Hey, taking a vacation is all about relaxing, isn’t it? Some people enjoy a few drinks and if you do, then more than likely on a Monday morning you would be wobbling!
The pristine waters and coastal setting of Cabo San Lucas draws thousands of sport fishing enthusiasts and experts each year. Events and tournaments take place right on the oceanfront, while boat tours and weeklong trips have become a popular attraction for the area. Cabo San Lucas is a prime destination for sport fishing, offering a wide range of targeted species and plenty of options for boat rentals and new experiences. Often considered one of the world's finest sport fishing destinations, Cabo San Lucas is home to many fleets and professional teams for a unique sport fishing experience.
If you are interested in the finest Marlin fishing year round; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is the place to go. With an abundance of Marlin populations, Cabo San Lucas is known as the "Marlin capital of the world". The beautiful blue waters of the Baja Peninsula bubble with bountiful Striped, Black, and Blue Marlin.