Discover Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas

Thrill the Adventure-Seeker in You

When you stay at The Resort at Pedregal, your enviable location places you at the heart of activity while tucking you a world away in a secluded retreat. Discover the best things to do in Cabo San Lucas just steps away. From scuba diving to snorkeling and parasailing to horseback riding, thrill the adventure seeker in you with a custom itinerary tailored precisely for you by your Personal Concierge. Learn more about our luxplorations.

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SAVORING TODOS SANTOS: A Culinary and Art Excursion
SAVORING TODOS SANTOS: A Culinary and Art Excursion

To grasp the rich topography of Todos Santos, we explore both its agricultural history and its artisan town center, overflowing with legendary art, culture, and icons like the Hotel California (famous margaritas optional!). Spend the morning meandering through boutiques, art galleries, and a textile exhibit as well as culinary landmarks including a fishmonger and candy maker for a sweet souvenir. For lunch, it’s back to the ranch for “table-to-farm” at Jazamango, a new culinary destination where our Executive Chef Gustavo Pinet teams up with culinary legend Javier Placencia. This is Baja at its most bountiful, dining amid the organic farms, sampling oysters plucked from the nearby sea; quail eggs and venison from local ranches; and prized craft beer and wine serve as the ultimate pairings.


Start the day with a sunrise standup paddle board at Cabo’s iconic Land’s End. This final point of the Baja Peninsula is the place of postcards where dramatic rock formations jut out of the sapphire sea. Most spectacular is “El Arco,” a natural arch that frames the meeting of the turbulent Pacific Ocean and the tranquil Sea of Cortez. Schools of fish scamper and sea lions splash as you glide along the cliffs to an intimate strip of sand that straddles the two bodies of water. Stretch your legs on a short stroll along the adjacent Lovers and Divorce Beaches; their names reflect the contrasting temperament of the waters they face. Having accomplished an early morning adventure, a relaxing day at the resort is well earned. 


The backroads of the Sierra de la Laguna mountains are Baja’s best-kept secret so let’s keep this between us. Outside the tiny town of Santiago lies an enchanted wonderland, lush like a jungle, but with the flora and fauna of a desert. It’s a fairytale landscape unlike anywhere you’ve seen. Our 4x4 Jeeps will chauffeur us to discreet trailheads where we’ll hike around granite boulders and oversized cacti to discover oases of hidden waterfalls, swimming holes, and hot springs. After a morning of excursions, we’ll recharge at the rustic Rancho El Refugio ecological reserve where local legend, Doña Luz, will demonstrate her hand-slapping, tortilla-making technique before indulging us with endless quesadillas. This is traditional Baja hospitality at its best. 


Imagine yourself on a Panga motorboat racing into the horizon. The quaint town of La Paz fades in the distance and you enter the calm, protected waters of the bay. This is where you’ll find them. This is their kingdom. The boat suddenly idles and you stare at an approaching shadow in the water that grows larger and larger until your guide exclaims, “Get in now, go, go, go!” When your guide is excitedly rushing to don his snorkel gear, you know you’re in for something special. You jump in and the hazy green water casts a dreamlike spell. Seconds later, you’re face-to-face with the gentle giant itself, the whale shark. Growing up to 40-feet in length and with mouths up to five-feet wide, your initial instinct is to flee but then your curiosity takes over and its distinctive white polka dot coat hypnotizes you with awe. The world’s largest fish are filter-feeders, after all, completely harmless to humans.


The volcanic terrain and abundant wildlife of Espiritu Santo Island and the surrounding archipelago is so distinct and diverse that it is often referred to as “The Galapagos of North America.” The nickname is well-deserved and you’ll immediately see why as you explore this UNESCO-protected biosphere reserve by private yacht. Savor fresh ceviche and guacamole while manta rays skim across the water’s surface and frigate birds circle above. The ever-changing landscape of dramatic, eroded cliffs reveals secret coves and white sand beaches as you circumnavigate your way to the Los Islotes tip for the main event: snorkeling with sea lions.

Baja Sur's Surfing Playground

With warm waters, consistent waves, and a variety of breaks and swells, Baja Sur’s dozens of beaches, bays, coves, and cliffs are a surfer’s playground paradise. Whether learning to “pop up” in a beginner lesson at the sandy-bottomed beach break of Los Cerritos or practicing cutbacks on the speedy, right, reef break of Zippers, our local pros will tailor a trip to your level of expertise. They’ll monitor the latest forecasts and will select the best spot for the day’s conditions, including crowd levels. Less is more when it comes to people. No matter the destination, a day in the waves will exhilarate.

Cabo Pulmo Marine Park

Ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau once famously proclaimed Baja’s Sea of Cortez to be “the world’s aquarium.” There’s no better place to validate that description than the UNESCO protected Cabo Pulmo Marine Park. Heralded as a marine conservation success story, its living coral reefs are teeming with species of all shapes, sizes, and colors. From swarming schools of yellow porkfish to a sunbathing colony of sea lions, the diversity of marine life will dazzle from above and below its turquoise waters.

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An equal balance of rest and play awaits at The Resort at Pedregal, one of the best resorts in Cabo San Lucas. Located just on the other side of the Dos Mares tunnel in Los Cabos, The Resort at Pedregal offers easy access to exhilarating outdoor activities and legendary attractions nearby, including world-class golf, sea cruises, and more. Our enviable location places guests in the heart of Cabo San Lucas while simultaneously offering a secluded retreat experience. From authentic Mexican dining to tours of the old bay, yacht access, and much more, The Resort at Pedregal places the best of Cabo at your fingertips. To learn more about Cabo San Lucas activities, please visit our blog or contact our Personal Concierge Team.

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