If you’re on a large cruise ship that is making a port call in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, it’s likely that you will only have several hours at your disposal. Unfortunately, your time at the port will be even more limited because ships stopping here have to anchor and tender their passengers to shore.
The Good News: It’s only a ten-minute walk to the center of town and there are many options whether you’re interested in shopping, eating or an adventure. With more than 300 days of sunshine, Los Cabos is also a perfect place to relax at a nearby spa (many of which offer treatments outdoors) or to remain on the deck of the ship where you’ll see views of El Arco and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
Read my five suggestions for Things to Do On A Port Call In Cabo San Lucas—recently published on CruiseVoyant.
Related posts on More Time To Travel:
- Shopping in Cabo San Lucas: La Coyota
- Whale watching off Los Cabos
- A visit to the spa at Capella Pedregal