Join our Arch of Los Cabosand Cabo Glass Bottom Boat Tour to explore Lands End and the Arch in Cabo San Lucas. Hop on board of our Glass Bottom Boat and start the 45 Minute Boat Ride with our first stop at Pelican Rock. During our Arch of Cabo San Lucas Tourwatch colorful Tropical Fish through the Glass Bottom of your Boat for a few minutes until you reach Lovers and Divorce Beach, the Sea Lions Colony close up and of course the Cabo Arch. Your search for things to do in Los Cabos is over. Take stunning fotos of Cabo right in front of the Arch and circle around the Arch and Lands End to meet the Pacific Ocean. In your Arch of Cabo San Lucas Tour, If the weather Conditions allow, you can also stay for another couple of hours at Lovers Beach and return with a later Boat. This tour is very flexible and gives you time to explore the Cabo Marina without having to think about a return shuttle. The Cabo Arch and its rock formations are Cabos most Popular place to visit, an absolute must do and if you are on a tight Budget this is a great Tour for you. Book today, spaces are limited.
Other ways to see the Los Cabos Arch
If s short 45-minute Boat Ride to the Arch on a Glass Bottom Boat was not what you are looking for there are many other Options Available to explore Lands End and the Los Cabos Arch. Lands End is the most popular attraction in Los Cabos with the Famous Arch, the Sea Lions Colony, Lovers and Divorce Beach and Pelicans Rock. The variety to explore Lands End is fantastic, apart of the Glass Bottom Boat Tour those are the other options;
Catamaran Sunset Cruise (Click here for further Information)
Exploring the Arch of Los Cabos on a Catamaran Sunset Cruise is very popular, open Bar, Dinner, Music, Dancing and Entertainment are part of a Catamaran Sunset Cruise in Los Cabos. The Tour starts leaving the Cabo San Lucas Marina with your favorite drink in hand getting very quickly to Pelicans Rock, Lovers Beach, the Arch and the Sea Lions Colony for fantastic Photos for your Social Media and memories to cherish for a long time. After 30 minutes at Lands End you explore the Pacific side of Lands End with the Divorce Beach and Pedregal, home to many favorite Hollywood Stars. Then head towards Medano Bay and Beach for a delicious Dinner on board of your Catamaran, more of your favorite drinks in your included open Bar, Dancing and Entertainment under the stars until you head back to the Cabo Marina. You can also do a Combo and save Money by adding on a Cabo San Lucas City Tour with Tequila Tasting and a visit to a Glass Blowing Factory, Shopping Time and an extra short Boat Ride.
Sunset Sailing Tour (Click here for further Information)
Sailing to explore the Los Cabos Arch is the deluxe, romantic, relaxing and Soul soothing option to discover Lands End, the Los Cabos Arch, the Sea Lions Colony, Lovers Beach and Pelicans Rock. With your premium open Bar, delicious snacks, the breeze in your hair you are Sailing into the Pacific Ocean after exploring Lands’ End to watch one of the most beautiful Sunsets in the World. It is time for fantastic Photos for your Social Media and memories to cherish for a long time. If you are looking for a relaxing, luxurious and crowds avoiding Tour this is your choice. On top of Premium Drinks, great Food, relax and enjoy world class service and a luxurious Sailing Boat.
Snorkeling Catamaran Tour (Click here for further Information)
If you are an active person and enjoy water sports a Snorkeling Catamaran Cruise will first take you to the Los Cabos Arch and Lands End, the Sea Lions Colony and Lovers Beach for incredible must do Photos in Los Cabos. Then head to Chileno Bay or Santa Maria Bay for a snorkeling adventure at a natural coral reef. This adventure includes also an open Bar after your snorkeling activity and Lunch. Entertainment, Music and Dancing is also part of this adventure in Los Cabos.
Snorkeling Sailing Tour (Click here for further Information)
Your first stop in the Snorkeling Sailing Tour in Los Cabos is also the World-Famous Arch and Lands’ End with the stop at Lovers Beach and the Sea Lions Colony for incredible Photos. This Adventure includes a premium open Bar after your snorkeling activity and delicious Food, Snorkeling Equipment and also a Stand-up Paddle. Active and yet relaxing as you sail away to Chileno or Santa Maria Bay for your snorkeling activity. If you are looking to stay away from larger crowds and enjoy Sailing and Snorkeling this is a must do in Cabo.
Snorkeling at Pelicans Rock (Click here for further Information)
Another very popular option is snorkeling at Pelicans Rock in Los Cabos. The Tour includes the 45-minute Boat Ride to Lands End, the Los Cabos Arch, the Sea Lions Colony and Lovers Beach prior to your snorkeling Adventure at Pelicans Rock. This Adventure includes your underwater photos and also a free souvenir snorkeling Tube. In addition, you can spend extra time at Lovers Beach and take a ride back at a later time. This adventure is very flexible and you can make your own Itinerary. A little extra is the Tequila tasting and free shopping time prior to your included round trip transportation.
Kayaking in Los Cabos (Click here for further Information)
Or why not hop on a single or double Kayak to explore the Los Cabos Arch, Lands’ End, the Sea Lions Colony and Lovers Beach in this safe, active and guided Kayaking Tour always accompanied by a support Boat in case of a very unlikely exhaustion. In this Cabo Eco Adventure, you are the Captain and enjoy stunning sceneries from a very different angle.
Jet Skies in Los Cabos (Click here for further Information)
For a “Hollywood” James Bond Vibe hop on a Wave Runner in Los Cabos, this guided 2-and-a-half-hour Adventure is super nice to explore Lands End, the Los Cabos Arch, the Sea Lions Colony, Lovers and Divorce Beach. Certainly, an adrenalin filled adventure that finishes off with a Hamburger and French Fries (Vegetarian Option available) in a beautiful Location. Known for its plentiful marine life, when jet skiing in Cabo San Lucas you might encounter some fauna on your way like tropical fish, turtles, dolphins and even Humpback whales in winter months! Take in the turquoise waters of the Sea of Cortés and make memories to last a lifetime.
Parasailing in Los Cabos (Click here for further Information)
Yet another Adventure is to fly through the Cabo Skies with a Parasailing Adventure. Explore Lands End, the Los Cabos Arch from a Birds Eye view. As the boat ventures out from the Los Cabos Marina and into the bay, you will be fitted with a harness and then, one at a time, you will sit down on the back of the boat. The rest is simple and easy in this Los Cabos Parasailing Tour…the boat does the work! You will soar up to 600 feet, depending on wind and water conditions. Return to the Boat or a Water Landing is your choice.
SUP. Stand up Paddle (Click here for further Information)
Hop onto your Surf Board and Stand-up Paddle to the Los Cabos Arch, is the hottest new water activity. It requires balance and strength, but nearly anyone can do it with the right instruction. Let an experienced guide teach you how to glide along the water on your paddleboard sooner than you could think. The pride you feel by reaching this goal is priceless, and the view of the Arch is breathless. During the tour, a break is needed, and this time is used for snorkeling at Pelican Rock.
Whale Watching in Cabo (Click here for further Information)
Whale Watching in Los Cabos is available in many options, all are doing the stop at the Los Cabos Arch, the Sea Lions Colony and Lovers Beach prior to starting your Whale Watching Adventure, small Groups, small Boats, Catamaran or Sailing Boats, or even on a Wave Runner. For more information on Whale Watching please click in the above link where we describe all options detailed for you.
The incredible granite rock formations that extend to Land End in Cabo San Lucas have, over time, become much more than mere boundary markers or evocatively shaped oddities. The jutting promontory is a living symbol of the city, a sort of cinematic shorthand; and to see so much as a silhouette is to know exactly where you are in the world. In addition to its geographic and symbolic importance, Land’s End is also immensely important historically, and a thriving habitat for native flora and fauna, both above and below the waterline. Sea birds roost on craggy perches. Sea lions bask and bark. Marine life teems in the nutrient rich waters that hug the shore.
At dawn atop El Vigía (The Watcher), the large, humplike hill whose crest marks the high-point (500 feet) of the Land’s End headland, the rising sun covers land and sea with a blanket of red-gold light, before slowly unveiling the slow-rolling waves of the Pacific that stretch to the western horizon. It’s a scene that has been repeated innumerable times, and witnessed by innumerable generations of inhabitants, human and otherwise.
For some perspective, the Sea of Cortés was born about 5.3 million years ago. So for more than 25 million years–a vast expanse of time–tectonic plate shifting and other geological processes were inexorably moving the Baja California peninsula towards its present position.
Playa del Amor was often referred to as Doña Chepa, or Doña Chepita, after, as legend has it, a prostitute who had appropriated the area for business purposes. In fact, her activities may have suggested the beach’s current moniker, which, if true, somewhat lessens the romance factor. Nonetheless, this lovely golden sand beach and its gently sloping underwater shelf are among Land’s End’s greatest treasures. Just beyond Lover’s Beach is Neptune’s Finger, another granite pinnacle, this one in the shape, as the name suggests, of a slightly bent finger rising from the deep. Corals, sponges and sea fans are among the most common sights for visiting divers. And beyond that, the Window to the Pacific, a vertical keyhole crack in the rocks at Land’s End that allows boaters on the Sea of Cortés side to see through to the Pacific. Boobies and cormorants nest nearby. El Arco, the great arch itself, is also the boundary marker. It divides land from sea–it is the last stretch of uninterrupted land reaching down from Alaska to the southern tip of the 800 mile long Baja California peninsula–sea from sky, and the Sea of Cortés from the Pacific Ocean. A must visit during your Vacation in Los Cabos.