Cabo is gorgeous, but the one thing I didn't like about it, was the fact that you really can't swim in the ocean. The hotel that we stayed at had a serious undertow and the water was freezing! Someone informed us that the water was so cold because we were so close to the Alaskan waters. I'm not sure if that's true or not, but it seemed to make sense after a few Pina Coladas.
Here are some shots I took while we were there:
The Marina in Cabo is seriously one of the most gorgeous marinas I've ever seen in my life! If you head to Cabo you should definitely stop by to check it out. There is a lot of shopping and restaurants around the Marina and its also within walking distance to all the nightlife action downtown.
From the downtown Marina for like $10 you can get picked up by boat and brought to "The Arch" and "Lovers & Divorce Beach".
Lovers Beach is where they will drop you off and if you walk to the other side of the beach that is where "Divorce Beach" is located. My husband and I thought the entire beach was called "Lovers Beach" and later learned that we were hanging out at "Divorce Beach" for the day. Ooops! I guess they call it "Divorce Beach because the waves are so treacherous and you can't swim.
I will say that "Divorce Beach" was one of the most beautiful beaches that I have ever seen in my life.
After the arch, your tour-guide will most likely bring you over to these "rock windows" where you can see the Pacific Ocean meeting the Sea of Cortez- very cool.
Cabo reminded me a lot of Arizona with all of the Cactus's' and Desert-like feel.
I think I'm still recovering from the 3 hour time change that we went through, but Cabo was seriously gorgeous and I would go back in a heartbeat.
Have you ever been to Cabo or Mexico?