Credit: Visit Los Cabos
While you can spot far-off whales from your hotel balcony or the beach, the best way to get up close and almost personal with whales is to take a whale watching tour.
Its golden sand is snuggled between the Land’s End rock formations and the rock Arch that made Cabo famous.
Aside from all the lavish yachts you can gawk, you can shop, sip a margarita and have a bite to eat while watching the snoozing pelicans nearby.
If you’d rather have a little more peace and tranquility, just walk along the beach heading away from the marina – it gets quieter as you go further.
You’ll see the marina, where the Pacific meets the Sea of Cortez, cruise ships and mega million-dollar villas owned by the rich and famous.