Visiting the Los Cabos Marina

If you had to pinpoint the center of activity in the Los Cabos area, it would have to be the Marina. Located between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, the Marina is more than just a few slips and boat docks. Beyond its role as a full-service, the location is home to shopping, dining, and the starting location for many tours and excursions in the area. It is also the destination for dolphin swims in Los Cabos.

What to do at the Los Cabos Marina

Dolphin Swims

There are four dolphinariums at the Los Cabos Marina. The most popular destinations are run by Cabo Adventures and Dolphin Discovery. You can spend the day swimming with and petting bottle-nosed dolphins in a natural lagoon on the marina.

Nightlife at the Los Cabos Marina

The marina’s perimeter is littered with bars and nightclubs. There are quite a few to choose from and each has its own vibe and crowd. There’s quite a bit of variety here. The most popular bar and restaurant on the strip happens to be Baja Cantina Cabo which is located between K Dock and L Dock on the southwest side of the marina. If you happen to be craving jazz on your trip to Cabo, then Two for the Road Cabo Jazz Spot is only a few doors down.

Boat Tours

As you might imagine, the marina is the place where boat tours in the area depart from. Trips to Lover’s Beach, El Arco, and more can be booked through tour companies that operate out of the Marina. Check with your hotel concierge for more information or book a tour in advance from Viator below.

Getting to the Marina in Los Cabos

The Marina is large and you will need to know the precise destination along its periphery to share with your taxi driver. If you book an excursion or dolphin swim in the area, be sure to get the address from the tour company, especially if they do not provide complimentary shuttle service to and from your hotel. For specific information about the marina, you can contact their info center by email at [email protected]

Have you rented a boat from the marina in Cabo San Lucas? What kind did you charter? Did you captain it yourself or hire a local captain or company to guide you along the waters of the Pacific? Tell us about it below!s

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