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"Sail your dream" is their motto, and unlike many sailing charters, Blue Ocean Sailing provides first class comfort and decent prices. The cost is three hundred dollars for a three hour tour, which is ideal for groups (2-4 people) and couples to enjoy the breathtaking scenery. An expedition into paradise includes sunset, snorkeling, sailing, and whale watching tours. Wines and mixed drinks are served by a professional bilingual crew aboard an elegant 36 foot vessel. This charter is ideal for small groups, families, and businesses with flair. Typical trips are to the arch, land's end, and famous corridor beaches. Anyone interested in traveling in style can appreciate the majesty of Blue Ocean Sailing. - Matthew Dexter
Let’s face it: there’s dozens of fantastic restaurants in Los Cabos to choose from these days—and you probably won’t be able to sample everything. But if you’re in Los Cabos, you definitely need to take a sunset dinner cruise to truly experience the heavenly aquatic beauty of this ethereal oasis. Enjoy the famous arch and all the greatest views at land’s end while you dine during the most magical time of day, when evening sinks beneath the Pacific and pink tangerine hues paint the purple sky with majesty. The Fiesta Cabaret is an eye-catching, three-level boat that will bring you on a three-hour tour of paradise. Drink in the open bars and enjoy the exquisite scenery. With whale watching in the winter and mermaids happily in your imagination, if you drink enough you might actually begin to see Gilligan’s Island. Enjoy air-conditioned comfort inside and dine in style, with live entertainment and a delicious buffet featuring fabulous seafood and Mexican dishes. From limbo contests to folkloric dancers, drums and disco, entertainment sails everyday on Fiesta Cabaret.
Priding itself as the only full-service facility for diving designed for recreational and technical purposes, Nautilus Dive Tech offers great scuba opportunities for divers of all skill levels. The specialists provide the best equipment and safety standards are paramount to an enjoyable outing beneath the sea. VIP service is the specialty, since you can travel to the finest diving spots on the Sea of Cortez and around Cabo San Lucas. The tropical oasis is beneath the famous rock formations, where deep diving meets the etheral in Los Cabos. - Matthew Dexter
Named after the crashing waves and strong currents, Divorce Beach supposedly represents the turbulent times couples on the verge of breaking apart go through. However, apart from the dangerous waters, this sandy beach is quite a romantic place and is ideal for picnicking, leisurely strolls or simply soaking up the rays. Try to reach earlier during the day to avoid the hordes of tourists and locals who patronize this scenic location. To reach Divorce Beach, hop on a glass bottom boat or a water taxi at the Marina or Médano Beach, from where you have to walk a few hundred feet fromLover’s Beach.
This beach, frequently pictured in brochures of Cabo, is located next to the famous rock arch formation, Arch of Poseidon, at Land's End. Water taxis wait for your signal to deliver you to this famous beach. Just a rock wall (and a matter of yards) from the Pacific Ocean, this area is sheltered from the pounding waves. Lover's Beach, locally known as Playa del Amante and also referred to as Playa del Amor (Love Beach), is named for its romantic and semi-remote area. However, it's rarely underpopulated enough to feel particularly romantic. Snorkelers tend to prefer the viewing at the eastern end of the beach.
For the nearest surfing beach to Cabo San Lucas, head to hotel Misiones del Cabo. This beach offers sun and sand, but most important to the surf chaser, it offers waves. Grab your surfboard and race to the water but remember the undertow and always surf in groups for your safety. For those less inclined to defy the possibility of injury, bring a beach blanket and a book and you will enjoy yourself just as thoroughly as the surfers.
This beach is named in honor of a Japanese freighter that crashed onto the rocks here. Accessed by the Cabo del Sol hotel entrance, you may park in assigned beach parking and rest assured your car will be safe. Explore the waters edge for treasure or just gaze at the few remaining pieces of the old wreck. This is a quiet beach frequented almost entirely by hotel guests. Use caution in the water, undercurrents are strong here.
Check out this quiet beach just west of the Hotel Twin Dolphin. Most people head to the Playa Santa Maria on the east side of the hotel so this beach stays crowd-free. The other major plus is that the beach vendors almost never come here to sell their wares, which means you won't be constantly bothered by them. Come equipped with your own gear as all that is offered here is sand and sunshine.