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10 Hidden Gems in Cabo San Lucas You Need to Visit

Nestled at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant nightlife. But beyond the tourist hotspots and popular attractions, this Mexican city has plenty of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. From secluded beaches and hilltop viewpoints to organic farms and glassblowing studios, Cabo San Lucas offers a wealth of off-the-beaten-path experiences for adventurous travelers. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at some hidden gems in Cabo San Lucas that you won't want to miss. So pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready to explore the hidden side of this beautiful destination!


Playa Santa Maria:

This secluded beach is located in a protected cove, perfect for snorkeling and swimming in crystal-clear waters.


El Picacho:

This hilltop viewpoint offers panoramic views of the surrounding area, including the city of Cabo San Lucas and the Sea of Cortez.


Flora Farms:

This organic farm and restaurant offers farm-to-table dining experiences, as well as a variety of workshops and tours. Check out our other farm-to-table options here.


Wachinango's:

This must-visit seafood spot is located right behind El Squid Roe, in downtown Cabo San Lucas. Their food is a perfect balance of Mexican seafood with an Asian twist.


The Glass Factory:

This glassblowing studio offers tours and workshops where visitors can watch the artisans at work and even create their own glass pieces.


San Jose del Cabo Art District:

This charming neighborhood is filled with galleries, shops, and restaurants, all showcasing the work of local artists and artisans. You can visit on Thursday nights for their Art Walk.


Cabo Adventures:

They offer a range of outdoor activities, from zip-lining and wave running to ATV rides and camel safaris. Save half off your Cabo Adventure here! Save half off with Baja Pass.


San Lucas Bay:

This quiet cove is a great spot for kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding, with calm waters and plenty of wildlife to observe. But on the shore, you'll find Medano Beach. Anything you want to do, you can find it here.


Cabo Pulmo Marine Reserve:

This protected area is home to a diverse array of marine life, including sea turtles, rays, and even sharks, making it a must-visit spot for snorkeling or scuba diving. You can book your Cabo Pulmo trip with Cabo Adventures and save half off when you do it through Baja Pass.


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