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12 Free things to do in Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas Sunset over the Arch at Land's End
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Enjoying Cabo San Lucas: 12 Fun and Free Activities

You don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy your time in this beautiful city. Here are some free things to do in Cabo San Lucas:

1. Explore the Beaches

  • Médano Beach: One of the most popular beaches in Cabo San Lucas, offering a lively atmosphere and pristine sands. It’s a great place to relax, sunbathe, and people-watch.
  • Lover’s Beach: Accessible by water taxi and walk (hike), this beach is renowned for its clear waters and striking rock formations. It’s a serene spot for swimming and snorkeling. You can access Lover’s beach walking. It is a beautiful hike.

2. Hike to Mt. Solmar

This moderately challenging hike rewards you with panoramic views of Cabo San Lucas and the surrounding area. Hiking to Mt. Solmar is a great way to experience the region’s natural beauty.

Mount solmar nature hike. Free things to do in Cabo San Lucas.

3. Stroll around Marina Cabo San Lucas

The Cabo San Lucas marina is a bustling area with shops, restaurants, and bars. It’s a great place to wander around, enjoy the atmosphere, and watch the luxurious yachts and fishing boats.

4. Attend Art Walks in San Jose del Cabo

It is not in Cabo San Lucas, but it is always worth mentioning that San José del Cabo, located nearby, hosts an Art Walk every Thursday evening between November and June.

Visitors can explore art galleries, meet local artists, and enjoy live music and street performances.

Art gallery at San José Del Cabo.

5. Visit the Flea Markets

Explore local flea markets to experience the local culture, find unique souvenirs, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.

It’s a great way to interact with locals and learn about Mexican crafts and traditions.

6. Enjoy Street Performances

In the evenings, the main square and marina often feature free street performances, including music, dance, and other entertainment, reflecting the region’s rich cultural heritage.

7. Discover the Local Flora at Wirikuta Botanical Garden

While the garden itself has an entrance fee, you can still admire the diverse collection of cacti and succulents from outside the gates.

The Wirikuta Botanical Garden is a sanctuary for plant lovers, offering a glimpse into the rich botanical diversity of the region.

It is home to a vast array of cacti and succulents. Each is uniquely adapted to the arid climate of the Baja California Sur region.

Visitors can wander through the meticulously designed landscapes, marveling at the intricate patterns and forms of the plants, some of which are endemic to the region.

The garden acts as a vital conservation area, preserving the local flora. Additionally, it offers an educational experience, emphasizing the significance of biodiversity and environmental conservation.

It’s a serene escape where one can connect with nature and gain a deeper appreciation for the delicate balance of desert ecosystems.

Find more info about the Wirikuta Botanical Garden on the link provided.

8. Watch the Sunset

The sunsets in Cabo San Lucas are breathtaking. Find a nice spot along the beach or a high vantage point and enjoy the spectacular display of colors as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean.

One of the finest places to see the sunset is from the famous restaurant “Sunset Mona Lisa“.

Cabo San Lucas Sunset over the Arch at Land's End

9. Explore the Town

Wander around Cabo San Lucas and discover its charming streets, colorful buildings, and local shops. It’s a great way to immerse yourself in the local vibe and take beautiful photos.

10. Participate in Beach Volleyball Games

Many beaches have nets set up for beach volleyball. It’s a fun way to stay active and meet new people.

To participate in beach volleyball games in Cabo San Lucas, you can visit popular beaches like Médano Beach, where volleyball nets are often set up and locals and tourists gather to play.

Médano Beach is known for its lively atmosphere, and it’s a great place to meet new people and join in on a game.

Additionally, some resorts and hotels in Cabo San Lucas may have beach volleyball facilities for guests, so it’s worth checking with your accommodation.

You can find a 45-minute Volleyball court on the beach four times a week at one of the resorts at no charge.

For more accurate and up-to-date information, consider contacting local tourism offices or checking local event listings and sports clubs in Cabo San Lucas.

Beach Valleyball Free in Cabo Beaches

11. Window Shopping

Stroll through the Luxury Avenue Mall and Puerto Paraiso Mall, where you can window shop and enjoy modern architecture and artistic installations.

12. Learn about Local History

Visit the Museo de Historia Natural de Cabo San Lucas to learn about the region’s natural history, geology, and archaeology. While the museum is free, donations are appreciated.

Cabo San Lucas natural life museum

Free thing to do in Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas offers a range of free activities for travelers looking to experience the city’s beauty, culture, and vibrant atmosphere without breaking the bank.

From exploring stunning beaches and hiking trails to enjoying art walks and street performances, there’s something for everyone in this Mexican paradise.

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I used to live in Los Cabos for some time and worked here as a boat captain in one of Cabo San Lucas' leading tour companies. Back then, I came for 6 months but stayed for 18. I've done a bunch of things, and visited multiple hemispheres. I traveled and lived in other countries. And now I'm back here, At Los Cabos.
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