Try Playa del Amor and El Arco kayaking Sea of Cortez, Los Cabos to experience Sea lions, pelicans, snorkeling and much more on this Baja Mexico day trip.
The famous Baja Peninsula landmark where the Pacific Ocean joins the celestial emerald waters of the Sea of Cortez. The Arch is not only an ideal habitat for marine birds and multicolored fish, it is also an incredible place to observe a huge colony of majestic sea lions. This Playa del Amor and El Arco kayaking Sea of Cortez, Los Cabos tour will allow you to see stunning sea life as you paddle through one of the most beautiful bodies of water in the world. You can get a closer look at the sea life in Cabo by snorkeling in the clear turquoise waters.
Soak up the natural beauty and wildlife around the iconic peaks of El Arco on this 3-hour kayak and snorkeling tour (including round trip transportation). With expert guides leading, paddle right up to the rock formations and watch a colony of sea lions sunbathing. Enjoy an ever-changing underwater tableau of marine life through the kayak’s glass bottom. Schools of tropical fish swirl around as you snorkel near Pelican Rock. Cap off this memorable seeing Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach).
Plan for Playa del Amor and El Arco kayaking Sea of Cortez, Los Cabos
1.-Pelican rock: Pelican Rock is a popular and one of the best snorkeling areas in Cabo San Lucas. Kayak tour passes Pelican Rock on the way to the Arch to view the rock formations in the Sea of Cortez.
2.- The arch: This famous Baja landmark is where the Pacific Ocean joins the celestial emerald waters of the Sea of Cortez. The Arch is not only an ideal habitat for marine birds and multicolored fish but it is also the place to observe the sea lions colony. We take a break after kayaking, then we go snorkeling. If you haven't been to this spot, you can't say you've been to Cabo. This is surely an unforgettable kayak trip.
3.-Lovers Beach: It is the last beach washed by the waters of the Sea of Cortez before reaching the Pacific Ocean, it offers crystal clear waters and a diversity of marine life that is an underwater adventure, a natural aquarium with many species of tropical fish of all colors and shapes imaginable; a short distance in both directions there are colonies of sea lions. Depending on the waves we can disembark or not.
4.-Divorce Beach: Everything about the beach of Love, and not talking about beauty, but the high and crazy waves that it has, in addition to being considered one of the most dangerous beaches of Los Cabos, due to the open sea that embraces it, to be located at Pacific Ocean Pass.