Cabo San Lucas with its beautiful pristine beaches and marinas has become a prime tourist destination for people from across the world. Cabo San Lucas, often referred to simply as ‘Cabo’, is sandwiched between San José del Cabo and San Lucas. This up-and-coming tourist resort is extremely appealing for those who love fishing and playing golf. Water sports buff make a beeline to this great destination round the year.
Being a water sports enthusiast myself, I have been to Cabo San Lucas several times. I want to share my experiences of my visit to this fantastic place. There are several international airlines operating cheaptickets to Cabo San Lucas. However, I prefer taking Spirit Airlines flights to Cabo San Lucas from San Diego. It takes around 2 hours to reach there. It is always a great fun whenever I visit the place.
I would focus on my great experience here in water sports. The Mexican city of Cabo San Lucas has quality tourist attractions spread everywhere. The best attractions mostly lie close to the Boulevard Marina, Médano Beach and around the coastline.
Its beaches are greatly frequented by tourists. This place also offer endless opportunities for water sports, such as scuba diving, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing and much more. While taking to deep-sea fishing, it is almost guaranteed that you’ll catch plenty of big fish, such as sailfish, marlin, wahoo and even tuna.
The seasonal whale watching cruises are also the biggest attraction for the visitors here. Among other significant attractions around Cabo San Lucas include a humane version of traditional Mexican bullfighting, the resident sea lion colony off Land’s End, coastal trails suitable for hiking and cycling, horseback riding, bungee jumping, glass blowing, helicopter tours, cruises on glass bottom boats and enormous catamarans.
Consider cruising around Cabo San Lucas Bay (Bahia de Cabo San Lucas). Here sunset cruises are popular attraction and a great way to relax and sightsee. Cruises on huge catamarans, which depart from the dock at the Hacienda Beach Resort, are also available. Among various attractive cruises include glass bottom boats, whale-watching tours and champagne breakfast cruises; luxury dinner cruises, often past Lover’s Beach and Land’s End whilst you enjoy fine dining; and fun pirate-themed cruises on a historic sailing ship that is more than 100 years old. Cabo San Lucas is simply fun destination for water sports buff.