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Paseo Malecón San José
Lote 8, Zona Hotelera
San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur 23400 México
T: +52 624 104 9999
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Reservations:
+1 888 909 4158

Things to Do in San José del Cabo

The discoveries and experiences at Viceroy Los Cabos are limitless, but the historic colonial streets of San José del Cabo will call. Beyond the beach, immerse yourself in the sensations of Baja California: a land that is mystical and ethereal, majestic and untamed.


Beaches & Water Activities

El Arco

El Arco is an incredible landmark formed over millennia from a rocky protrusion that arches like the tail of a mythical creature. Apart from its characteristic shape, El Arco is famed for being one of the few places in the world where you can swim in both an ocean and a sea. That is, El Arco marks the spot where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet, whose currents have contributed to the formation of Cabo’s most beloved landmark. Another of the main attractions for visitors to El Arco is to see sea lions, seals and exotic birdlife. Seals and sea lions are renowned for spending their days lounging in the sun at El Arco. Don’t be surprised to feel the splash of a pelican bomb.

Playa El Médano

Playa El Médano, or Médano Beach, is a big spring breaker destination in March. But it’s bustling just about any time of year. In fact, you could say it’s the center of social life in Cabo San Lucas. At nearly two miles long, it will lure you with restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and water sports. Go ahead – rent a wave runner or kayak, go parasailing, or have a water taxi take you out to Land’s End or Lover’s Beach. It’s very safe to swim here, especially in the roped-off areas, although you won’t find any lifeguards in Cabo San Lucas.

Playa Chileno

Playa Chileno, or Chileno Beach, is a true beauty along the corridor that connects cape cities Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Local residents love it for the swimming in a protected bay and amenities ranging from bathrooms to food vendors. You’ll encounter the biggest crowds on weekends in high season (December through May). Plan ahead – umbrellas are available to rent, and you can arrange for water sports and more through the dive shop. Snorkeling and diving are first rate, and several charter companies from Cabo San Lucas offer snorkel and dive tours to Chileno Bay.  

Local Attractions

Art Walk

Art thrives in San Jose del Cabo. Check out the scene on an Art Walk, held Thursday evenings from 5-9 p.m. throughout high season (November through June). During these guided tours you get an insider’s look at local galleries while you sip wine and chat with artists and gallery owners. Can’t catch a tour? Visit the galleries at your own pace; you’ll find them clustered in the historic Distrito del Arte (Art District) amid bars, restaurants and other must-sees.

Cabo Organic Farmers Market

Get a true taste of local culture at the Organic Farmers Market. Along with locally grown organic vegetables, herbs and fruit, you can pick up prepared foods like taboule, humus, salads, fresh bread, cookies and more. Plan to do your own cooking? There’s fresh fish, organic chicken and a variety of cheeses up for grabs. A true gourmet destination.

Open year-round on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 8 am-noon.

Camino del Colegio s/n
Fracc. Pedregal de Cabo San Lucas C.P. 23453
Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, BCS, Mexico
Ph: 624-172-0129
Cell: 044 624-122-5560

Museum of Natural History

Look for the whale skeleton on the town square. It’s just a hint at the numerous treasures you’ll find inside the Museum of Natural History Cabo San Lucas. The free museum (donations accepted) showcases the geology, paleontology, archaeology, biodiversity and culture of Baja California Sur. Explore exhibits about the life of the Pericúes (the original inhabitants of the area), the history of Spanish colonization and piracy along the coast. Plus, special spotlights on flora, fauna and marine life. 

Plaza Amelia Wilkes
Hidalgo and Av Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas
Ph: 642-105-0815
Hours: Tues-Sat., 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

San Jose Del Cabo Church

This beautiful old church is one of the jewels of San Jose del Cabo’s historic downtown – just steps from City Hall, Casa de la Cultura and Distrito del Arte (Art District). It’s been through several moves and renovations since being founded in 1734 by Jesuit priest and local legend Nicolas Tamaral. Get up-close with Tamaral’s storied past by looking up at the church’s entrance; there, you’ll see a mosaic depicting his killing by the area’s native inhabitants, the Pericúes. The church moved to its current spot near the middle of the 19th century, but had to be rebuilt in the 20th century after being hit by a hurricane. It continues to be one of the most important cultural monuments in Los Cabos and hosts daily services.

Shopping

Golden Zone La Marina (Puerto Paraiso Mall & Luxury Avenue Mall)

Situated on Cabo, The Marina Golden Zone offers the finest in shopping and dining options in Cabo San Lucas. This area of the Cabo San Lucas marina is known as the Golden Zone due to its location and exclusive collection of boutique shops, malls and fine dining. The area is made up of the Puerto Paraiso Mall, Luxury Avenue Boutique Mall and the Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa.

Visit Luxury Avenue Mall for exclusive designer boutiques, where you will find exclusive brands such as Rolex, Montblanc, Fendi, Coach and more. Or take a stroll through the grand Puerto Paraiso Mall, featuring fine dining, movie theaters, casino and scores of shops.

The Shoppes at Pamilla

For those looking to have an exquisite shopping experience, visit The Shoppes at Palmilla Mall which offer several goods including clothing, antiques, fine jewelry, and great dining.

Water Activities

The Marina of Cabo San Lucas

Marina of Cabo San Lucas is a hub of exciting activity, shopping and restaurants. This waterfront neighborhood is utterly charming and has a large array of boutiques, restaurants, and shops. From the Marina, you can admire the Yachts as they arrive, watch fishing boats slip in and out as they ply their trade, or simply enjoy the sand and ocean near the Malecon (boardwalk).

A variety of tour companies offer thrilling adventures such as helmet diving, parasailing and snuba (a technique that combines snorkeling and scuba diving). From the Marina you can also take water taxis, or charter private tours, to El Arco and Lover’s Beach.

Dolphin Swim & Ride Experience

Feel the thrill of swimming with dolphins in Cabo. Dolphin Swim & Ride Experience by Cabo Adventures is your chance to to experience  a dorsal pull that proves the power of these majestic creatures.  Click here for more information. 

Cabo Pulmo Scuba Dive

Cabo Pulmo National Park is one of the most wonderous dive sites in the world, known for its abundance of exotic marine life. Cabo Pulmo National Park is a 5 miles beach and sea stretch on the east cape region of Baja California Sur approxiamtely 60 miles north of the Baja's epicenter. Reef & Dive site highlights include El Islote, El Bajo, Los Cantiles and a shipwreck, "El Colima" - a tuna boat sunk by a storm in 1939. Click here for more information about scuba diving. 

Snorkeling

Grab a snorkel and jump in for an unforgettable expedition of Los Cabos most impressive ocean attractions such as Land's End, like the Arch, Lover's Beach, the sea lion colony and the gateway to the Pacific. Let your snorkeling adventure begin. 

Luxury Sunset Sailing

Sit back and relax as you sip top-shelf wine aboard a luxury sailboat or catamaran, There are few things in life more peaceful than sailing as the sun sets into the deep blue waters of the Pacific. Please contact the Concierge at Viceroy Los Cabos for more information and book.

Land Activities

Golf

Los Cabos is home to some of the best golf experiences in Mexico, if not in the world. More than 15 golf courses in very close proximity to Viceroy Los Cabos offer multiple levels of design, difficulty and amenities. Contact the concierge for more information. 

Off-Road Adventure

Feel the power and excitement of a sporty Polaris UTV vehicle flying over the sandy beaches of Los Cabos. Explore all Cabo has to offer in an all-terrain vehicle, while taking in the sea breeze. 

Outback and Camel Safari

Set out on a voyage of epic proportions on this journey into the Baja desert outback. Discover the natural wonders and rich Baja Californian culture from the expert guides on this educational tour through nature. Get to know your Camel by name before hopping atop their hump and setting off to explore!

Electric Bike Beach Adventure

Ride like never before: along trails, through the mountains and over a beautiful, soft-sand beach beside the glistening Pacific Ocean. This activity takes you for a unique experience on an easy-to-use-bicycle-perfect for a fun-filled day in the sun.