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El Arco de Cabo San Lucas

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El Arco de Cabo San Lucas

8,427 Reviews
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Dee Cristinaa wrote a review Yesterday
California9 contributions
This sight is a mandatory go to !! Lover's Beach and Divorce Beach will also be seen. Sight of the arch is what you call "BREATHTAKING VIEWS"
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Date of experience: February 2021
Myo M wrote a review Feb 2021
Coquitlam, Canada19,982 contributions678 helpful votes
With really "quite a number" of options & tour operators to choose from to see this popular famous landmark, I do "indeed feel" that I picked pretty much the best option for myself (being an individual traveler and without wanting to spend more than needed to see the Arch at Land's End) which was a tour on a smaller boat (one for just about 10 to 15 people on which were actually 3 sightseers including me & the boat operator) leaving the "big marina" at about 10 am from the opening between the two towers (right at about the marina's one end adjacent to Medano Beach) through the "not-too-turbulent" water for just about 10 minutes (with sightings of sea lions in the water from time to time and also passing by some particular "vertical-shaped" rock formation which as according to our boat operator is one in the shape of either the peninsula of Baja or the upside-down version of it) to arriving at a spot pretty much "right by" the Arch and going around its vicinity for about 10 minutes (just on the water without getting off the boat but an "absolutely full view" of that structure which I would just describe as a "natural phenomenon" rising from the sea, and during which time also some "memorable sighting" of a sea lion on like a small rocky outcrop in the middle of the water) to heading back from the Arch and getting dropped off at Lovers Beach really not far from both the Arch & the Cabo town itself but a beach just kind of not accessible "by land" due to these "towering rocks" on both the side leading to the Arch and that leading to town (for a bit more than an hour on that beach which is a 2-sided one but the swim only in the "gentle pool-like water" on the side of the Sea of Cortez and not on the side of the Pacific Ocean where likely the beach is actually called Divorce Beach & where yes it was quite easy to tell just by looking "the roughness" of the water!) to getting picked up from the beach and finally getting back to the marina at about 12 pm (with actually the great parting sight of about 5 pelicans & a "pretty sizeable" sea lion approaching my boat shortly after getting off). And also, apart from the well-planned itinerary of the tour (as mentioned above thanks to my tour office and all for the "very reasonable" cost of just 10 US$ although yes likely many such tour offices around the marina for a similar tour at about the same price), my "special thanks" are to my boat operator for that great pic of me & the Arch which was one I would say really as kind of "being one with the Arch" as possible (and likely possible only from a smaller boat and not from a bigger vessel like those for pleasure partying & whale watching which I saw "quite plenty" in & around the marina). And yes, as for the "only unpleasant" part of the tour, it was just kind of a big deal for me to have to get off the boat in a "more-than-knee-deep" water upon arrival at Lovers Beach (especially with my camera & the bag with personal items that cannot get wet!) but likely just the way it was due to the nature of the water level or such around the beach (high enough to get to like the waist of a person but may be not high enough for a boat of any size) and also having to walk through that water again to get back on the boat. And so yes, despite just being a "short tour" of about mere 2 hours in total, it was not only the highlight of my Cabo visit (with the Arch at Land's End as I saw it being just "as awesome" as had been expected and which yes was the "main reason" of my visit here) but also I would say the "memorable end" of my journey of a bit more than 3 months (starting from Ecuador to Colombia then through Central America followed by Mexico through the Yucatan to Mexico City to finally Baja after crossing the Sea of Cortes on the Baja Ferry).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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n6ck wrote a review Feb 2021
Indio, California22 contributions5 helpful votes
My wife and I enjoyed a couple of boat rides out to the natural arch . The tourist thing to do. Lots of available water taxis, dinner cruises.. A pleasant sight to see while in the area.
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Date of experience: February 2021
Christian Rock wrote a review Feb 2021
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Amazing natural structure is a must when visiting Cabo! The prices are good and all the tours are taking the corresponding COVID-19 measures.
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Date of experience: February 2021
Slim Wonder wrote a review Feb 2021
8 contributions1 helpful vote
We rented a yacht & picked the sunset cruise. I absolutely recommend this activity for friends or families. The views are phenomenal & being on the boat was relaxing! Wear a jacket if you travel in the colder months. The wind makes a big difference!!
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Date of experience: February 2021