Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas, located at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, started as a quiet fishing village. Development began to explode around 1974 when the Mexican government invested in infrastructure to transform the region into a tourism hub. The stunning beauty of the beaches and unique recreational activities attracted visitors from around the world, making it a top vacation destination.

Cabo San Lucas

Getting Ashore

Guests are tendered ashore to the marina, where it’s a 10-minute walk into the heart of town.

Fast Fact

Cabo San Lucas, once known as the “millionaire’s sandbox,” is on the tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula.

Port Shopping

The deals are in the guaranteed stores on Boulevard Paseo de la Marina. Look for duty-free diamonds, watches, and jewelry.


Cabo del Sol Desert Course

This par-72 Tom Weisskopf-designed course is a wonder with ocean views from all 18 holes and incredible natural surroundings.


Chileno Beach

One of the best beaches in the area for snorkeling in clear, turquoise waters filled with manta rays, turtles, and tropical fish.


Lover's Beach

Only accessible by boat, Playa del Amor is distinguished by jagged boulders that rise high above sea level.


El Arco

The rock formations of El Arco were created from the rough winds and seas of the southern Baja peninsula.

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Guests are tendered ashore to the marina, where it¹s a 10-minute walk into the heart of town.

Begin the day strolling along the Boulevard Paseo de la Marina into town, where diamonds, watches, jewelry, and gemstones beckon from the guaranteed stores.

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