Today we present one of the branches of nature tourism: Blue Tourism or Coastal and Maritime Tourism. What does it involve? This variant includes Aquatic recreational activities include swimming, surfing, other water sports, boating, yachting, and cruises.
Los Cabos is a place that enjoys diverse settings to practice these activities, and regardless of the season, fun is guaranteed. Check out our list of recommendations if these activities are of interest to you:
- Swimming with Whale Sharks
Imagine swimming with the biggest fish in the world! From October to April, you can have this exciting encounter with this gentle species, and best of all; you’re in time!
- Humpback Whale Watching
You should include humpback whale watching on your agenda if you go to Los Cabos in the winter. During their gestation period of 10 to 12 months, these phenomenal marine mammals migrate over 3,000 miles. From here, you can observe them up close in their natural environment and delight in their impressive size and grace.
- Surfing and Swimming
In this tropical location, you may surf some of the best waves in the Pacific Ocean. You will find strong currents and gentle waters. For swimming, we suggest the beaches of El Médano, Palmilla, Los Barriles, and La Ribera; for surfing: Costa Azul and San Juanico, better known as Scorpion Bay.
- Wing Surf
A remarkable water activity for novices to experience the sensation of flying in the sea. It is a sport that encourages the exploration of different disciplines related to the limitless realm of surfing.