Los Cabos is one of Mexico's most beautiful and popular honeymoon destinations. Thanks to world-class resorts, fabulous beaches, exciting cities and towns, and lots of outdoor activities, couples can expect an abundance of romantic experiences in this honeymoon hotspot.
From sunset sailing excursions to beachside couples massage experiences, read on for our most romantic things to do on your Los Cabos, Mexico honeymoon getaway.
With Los Cabos being home to a plethora of top-notch resorts and restaurants, many of which offer amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and the undulating coastline, newlyweds will find no shortage of incredible dinner on the beach experiences.
For starters, don't miss a dining experience at Hacienda Cocina y Cantina in Cabo San Lucas. On top of breathtaking views of the iconic rock formations at Land's End, newlyweds can reserve tables in the sand for the ultimate romantic experience.
Meanwhile, at Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas, couples will enjoy the open-aired ambiance of terraced dining right along the bluffs that overlook the Sea of Cortez.
Honeymooners can embark on a relaxing - and unforgettable - evening on the water through a sunset sailing cruise. Through the "Sunset Dinner and Live Music" excursion at Wild Cabo Tours, couples will be treated to front-row views of the region's famous rock formations and scenic coastline - all while enjoying traditional Mexican food, live music, and unlimited drinks from the open bar.
Looking to escape the crowds? Cabo Sailing Ocean Adventures offers 3-hour private cruises on their 42' sailboats.
Reserve a table for two at Flora Farms, the site of a gorgeous restaurant and farm tucked away in the desert hills on the outskirts of San Jose del Cabo. The restaurant, Flora's Field Kitchen, serves up some of the best food in all of Baja California.
In fact, every dish on the menu is sourced directly from the property, whether it's caesar salad, oven roasted chicken, or wood-fired pizza. Be sure to arrive early and experience Flora's exceptional cocktail bar, shops, farm market, and daily farm tour.
Los Cabos isn't all about luxury resorts and fun in the sun. The region -- particularly the historic town of San Jose del Cabo -- offers a tremendous amount of unique cultural activities worthy of your time.
Every Thursday between November and June, couples can join the Art Walk, a wonderful time for strolling San Jose's Arts District, visiting art galleries and local boutique stores, and sampling delicious food and wine. Also, make plans to arrive early to visit the beautiful Main Square and historic Mission of San Jose del Cabo Church.
It's no secret that Los Cabos features some of the top hotels and resorts in North America. Many of these spots feature incredible pools, from large infinity pools overlooking the ocean to lazy rivers with tunnels and waterfalls.
At Las Ventanas al Paraiso, couples can choose between its serene infinity-edge pool (situated right along the water's edge) and Oasis Pool & Lazy River, which has a swim-up bar, tunnels with music, and even colorful works of art.
Over at the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, the pools are perched right over the beach, including the adults-only infinity pool with swim-up bar. We're also huge fans of the rooftop pool at Hotel El Ganzo, which gives way to dramatic views of the ocean.
Itching to tour the region? Hit the road and visit the charming town of Todos Santos, located about one hour north of Cabo San Lucas. With a population of just 5,000, this hidden gem still manages to pack in a wide variety of unique experiences, particularly when it comes to art galleries, restaurants, and shopping options.
Meanwhile, with frequent art and music festivals, affordable lodging, and world-class surfing, couples will quickly see why this destination was named one of Mexico's "magical towns."
Looking for another memorable excursion out on the water? A kayaking adventure for two will certainly fit the bill. The Los Cabos area is a tremendous place to go kayaking. The region boasts scenic rock formations, emerald green water, and ample wildlife, such as sea lions, birds (the surrounding area boasts more than 400 species), and multi-colored fish.
Get your paddle on through High Tide Sea Expeditions. Their 3-hour glass-bottom kayak tour takes you to famous landmarks and even allows for some time to go snorkeling.
Take honeymoon indulgence to the next level by booking a romantic couples massage experience. The Los Cabos region is blessed with many world-class spas thanks to its long list of ultra-luxe resorts and hotels.
The Esperanza Spa is a stunning facility and features 14 treatment rooms plus a couples' suite, an outdoor shower, a large soaking pool, and private sunbathing area. Esperanza's signature water experience is called Pasaje de Agua, a unique water therapy that uses a combination of hot and cold waters plus steam to purify the body.
One can't honeymoon in Los Cabos without a visit to Lover's Beach. Due to large rock formations, visitors can only reach this stunning beach via boat. Many top excursions even offer glass-bottom boat tours that will take you past the famous Arch of Cabos San Lucas before dropping guests off at the beach. Once there, couples can dip their toes into the sand and explore the area while getting some terrific photo opps.
La Isla Tours feature two-story catamarans and even provide stand up paddleboards, snorkel gear, and a water mat.
During the winter months, the migration of humpback and gray whales brings many to the waters just outside Los Cabos, making it one of the best places in North America for whale watching. Head out with Whale Watch Cabo, regarded for its eco-friendly policies, small group tours, marine biologist guides, and free high-quality photographs of your trip.
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