It’s not often that you get to see two oceans converge in a single destination; however, at the Land’s End Arch in Los Cabos you'll find the perfect union of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. Sculpted by the hand of Mother Nature, this unique and beautiful natural attraction has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also the gateway to the underwater world of Los Cabos…Welcome aboard!!
Flourishing in the waters of the bays and along the beaches of Los Cabos, the barrier reef is home to a wide variety of colorful fish and marine life, all of which can be seen while snorkeling at Santa Maria Bay or Chileno Bay. There are a variety of boat tours in Los Cabos that offer this activity, both available to the public and aboard private boats. In either case, the on-board festivities include music, food and entertainment.
Each year from January to April, gray whales migrate to the waters off the coast of Los Cabos where they announce their arrival in awe-inspiring fashion by spouting air from their blowholes. A whale watching cruise to view these impressive and noble creatures is one of the main attractions in this popular tourist destination.
Other marine life that you’re likely to encounter, when venturing out into the waters for sport fishing in Los Cabos, are marlin, yellow fin tuna and mahi mahi. If you want to experience an unforgettable adventure, opt for a deep sea fishing tour aboard a private boat and enjoy the thrill of the catch.
Discover the many natural wonders and attractions of Los Cabos and when you ride the waves in comfort on a boat tour!
Discover Los Cabos on a Boat Tour
- Magally Vite