At Marina Cabo San Lucas, you can embark on all kinds of sportfishing and recreational charters.  From deep sea fishing day trips and whale watching adventures to sunset sailings and catamaran cruises, the seafaring fun awaits. The area is also famous for its impressive variety of water sports, miles of beaches, desert trails and mountains to explore.  Discover the treasures of the Sea of Cortez on a SCUBA or snorkeling excursion; glide along the sky via parasail; venture off-road to delve into the Baja desert just outside of Cabo; or simply bask in the glistening sun along Cabo’s crystal-sand beaches.  Plus, with fourteen beautiful golf courses along the 25-mile corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, golf aficionados will see why Golf Digest declared it to be one of the world’s top 15 golf destinations.


Lovers Beach and Divorce Beach
Depending on which side you are standing on introduces you the calm waters of Lovers Beach or the rough and choppy waters on the Pacific side with Divorce Beach. It can be accessed by water taxi, boat tours or kayak rentals.

Museo de Historia Natural
Learn the history of the Baja Peninsula and the people that have inhabited the area. 

El Arco de Cabo San Lucas (Lands End)
From the point where the Gulf of California meets the Pacific Ocean peaks a natural arch that was formed over time. This limestone arch is a favorite hangout for sea lions. Take a water taxi or tour boat over to see this picturesque spot.



Festival of San Jose
11- day festival in honor of the city's patron saint, San Jose (St. Joseph). Carnivals and parades along with food venue's and booths for you to join in the celebration.


Semana Santa and Pascua and Dia de los Ninos
During the peak season in Cabo San Lucas falls spring break and Children's Day. During Dia de los Ninos, children parade on the streets and have a party.


Stars and Stripes Tournament

This tournament that occurs every June raises money for children's charities in Southern California and Mexico. Events include fishing, golf and music.


Festival of St. James
St. James the Apostle was credited with bringing Catholicism to Mexico and this is celebrated by parades, battle re-enactments and parties.


Los Cabos Open

This July/August tennis tournament that showcases the unique beauty of Cabo San Lucas features. Some of the best players in tennis battle it out on this hard-court surface.


Charro Day 
Bullfights and calf roping are part of the celebrations that begin with Mexican Cowboys parading through town adorned in decorated outfits.


Bisbee's Los Cabos Offshore
This tournament takes place shortly before the large Black-and-Blue tournament. It is the perfect tournament to warm up attracting over 400 anglers.

Bisbee's Black and Blue Tournament
For over 30 years this tournament bring millions in dollars in prizes. 

Fiesta de Cabo San Lucas
Festival celebrating the patron saint of Cabo San Lucas.


Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos
Sea, desert, and mountains vistas attract triathletes and tourists form around the world. 

Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot

Fishing for Tuna topping 250lbs is no small feat but well worth that payout against over 100 teams.

Baja Ha-Ha
Teams sail from San Diego California to Cabo San Lucas Mexico. As small as two crew vessels take advantage of the beautiful sailing for over 20 years.

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