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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 91%Family Travelers
- 84%Adventure Travelers
- 79%Budget Travelers
- 72%Local Culture
- 58%Art & Design Lovers
- 58%Green Travelers
Member Reviews (54)
- Land's EndMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 2Feb 20, 2014
Rented kayaks and paddled over, its a great scenic adventure, but I would suggest having some prior swimming knowledge before setting out. The waves gets pretty fierce...
- Land's EndNov 13, 2013
Probably the most famous beach in Cabo, Lands End is gorgeous spot located at the tip of the bay. The only way to get there is by boat, which you can catch on Playa Medano, the main beach in town. Cost usually runs $1-2 per person each way, and includes a drive-by (or float-by, i guess) of the pretty stone arch you see in all the postcards ('El Arco'). Boats back are easy to catch--the last ones leave around 5pm most days.
- Land's EndMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Oct 24, 2013
Cabo's most famous land mark is the arch jutting out just off the shore. You can take a boat ride out here (no reservation necessary), cruise around the rocks and hang out on the beach for a few hours. Its very pretty, and a definite must-do when you come to Cabo.
- Land's EndMember ofBudget TravelersNightlife LoversAug 12, 2013
Absolutely gorgeous must see in Cabo! Take a water taxi from anywhere on Medano Beach. Snorkeling is absolutely breathtaking but watch out for kids jumping from Pelican Rock. The boats used to pose a danger but I think now they are not allowed to get as close to the rock---that's where the best snorkeling is. Walk over to the other side to see the wilder Pacific Ocean waves---but don't swim!
- Land's EndMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 5Jul 30, 2013
Hubby and I cruised along El Medano Beach and close to the Arch at Land's End. Waters there were a little too dangerous that day for us to ride through (boo), but we got some great photos. If I could, I would try it again! After jet skiing, we did return to go snorkling near Pelican's Rock (one of the snorkling areas near the Arch). I would have enjoyed it more if I wasn't such a wuss...it was freezing (of course, not for the hubby)! :) Still, I braved the cold waters and saw some awesome fish underwater. We did go in July which I think is slightly cooler than the peak season a few months earlier. Our tour guide was a guy named David from Baja Wild, and he was cool.Recommended for:Outdoor Enthusiasts
- Land's End