Immerse yourself in the experience completely by trying the exquisite local dishes.
UNESCO declared Mexican traditional cuisine an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, and it's easy to see why. From the northerners' arrachera to the Pueblans' mole, you'll be sure to taste the country's history and tradition in every bite. Although there are amazing restaurants offering samples of specialties from all over Mexico, you can't leave without trying what Baja Californian and Los Cabos' cuisine has to offer.
A visit to Cabo is not complete without tasting some of the region's traditional dishes. It is easy to deduce the main ingredients come from the ocean; lobster, clams, stingray, shrimp and varieties of fish, such as marlin, are some of the delicacies you'll find in your plate. From the sea to your plate in so little time that you can be sure of their freshness and high quality. If you're in the mood for something sweet, don't forget to try the cactus pear and ume fruit, and of course the dragon fruit ice cream!
Become one with nature by exploring all of the landscapes this rich land has to offer.
Cabo is one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico. The distinctive Arch of Cabo San Lucas is one of its main iconic representations, a rock formation that stands near the meeting point of the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California. This timeless spot is also popular among sea lions, who enjoy sunbathing while resting on the rocks.
Those who want to learn about the endemic plants of the region will find it interesting to visit the botanical gardens of Cactimundo and Wirikuta. Also, during the winter and early spring, whales visit the coasts to bear their calves. The opportunity to see these magnificent creatures adds a lot to the magic and awe that Los Cabos inspires.
You are sure to find interesting and memorable activities for every time you visit Cabo.
Aside from the amazing beaches and formations provided by nature, Los Cabos also offers many different activities. An ATV trip across the golden desert and a boat trip along the sapphire coast are a must in order to deeply experience what this place really is. Skydiving, sailing, surfing, diving, snorkeling, water jet packs and zip lining are among the many adventures waiting for you here.
There is also plenty for those looking for a lighter sort of fun like golfing, bicycle riding, swimming with dolphins, camel and horse riding, or fishing. In fact, Bisbee's Black and Blue fishing tournament takes place in Cabo every October.
The nights in Cabo are fun and lively, the variety of bars and dance clubs will be sure to make your evening one to remember. There are also many options for the shopping lovers, as there are plenty of boutiques and stores that offer traditionally produced clothes, jewelry, handcrafts and other goods. Also, there is an organic market offering fresh produce three days a week.
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