Are you planning on a sailing trip to Mexico? Then, it would be best if you headed to the west coast of Mexico, at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, you will find loads of things to enjoy in Cabo San Lucas. From yacht tours to private Cabo yacht rentals. Cabo is known for stunning beaches great for water activities like snorkelling and scuba diving, aside from catching the sun rays you would also enjoy the vibrant nightlife, no wonder many boating enthusiasts flock to Cabo San Lucas.
Due to Cabo’s great geographic location, the city flaunts its tropical weather and warm winters. If you are thinking of having a yacht tour in Cabo, then the best time is from June to July, and October to December.
At Cabo Sailing, we are delighted to share our some of the best things to do in Cabo, whether you’re thinking a yacht tour with family and friends or sail with your loved one with our range of yacht rentals Los Cabos
Astounding Sunset View and Whale Watching in Playa Solmar
Solmar is worth visiting for the spectacular sunset views, and also for beachfront whale watching during the winter months, or you can rent a yacht. But, this isn’t the best time for swimming, the currents are fierce here. So, enjoy the sunsets, but stay away from the water. Nevertheless, the views are indeed stunning and instagrammable.
Snorkelling Fun at Playa Chileno
Another tourist spot that is worthy of being included in your list is to visit Chileno – another famous beach in Cabo San Lucas, mainly if you rent a Cabo yacht. An ideal place to anchor your yacht and plunge into the water for some snorkelling adventure. You can also rent umbrellas and bask under the sun or stroll offshore.
Sun-kissed at Playa Medano
Do you like the sun and the beach? Then you must sail your Cabo yacht rental to Playa Medano. Medano offers gorgeous beaches for you to be sun-kissed and enjoy the pristine water with great surrounding views.
Cruise to San Jose del Cabo
Why not make the most of your Cabo yacht rental and cruise to the neighbouring island like San Jose del Cabo. Explore the city and be astounded with its 18th-century Spanish colonial architectural buildings, diverse artist stands and colourful markets. Also, check out San Jose’s Estuary and Bird Sanctuary with 200 bird species that live in tranquil.