Cabo is at the very southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, so the water from town is always south. The distinctive sea arches at Land’s End, are to the southwest. If you see land ahead of you it has to be east or north; check where the water is and you will know for sure.
Downtown is two areas-Heading to the east, you will arrive in the downtown area. Split into two sections, one of these, the block adjacent to the marina, is considered the marina district, while the rest is considered downtown. These separate areas within the town center have different characters and attractions.
Downtown is full of wild bar scenes and restaurants with a partying atmosphere this district is almost exclusively filled with tourists in places like Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo or the El Shrimp Bucket, which has appealed to locals for many years. Do not forget to visit a tiny markets here and experience the friendliness of the people.
The Beach –
Undertow warnings should be posted wherever there is danger. Don’t ignore them.
Cabo has an abundance of shops selling all types of Mexican handicrafts, silver, and all kinds of beautiful ceramics. There is a new mega mall, Puerto Paraiso. As more shops open in Puerto Paraiso the mall gets more popular with tourist. Shop anywhere in town for tee shirts, wood carvings, unique objects, pure vanilla and designer sportswear at duty free prices.