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Kayaking: Must Do During your Cabo Hotel StayKayaking is one of the many fun activities to do in Los Cabos for our hotel guests. The area offers great location with calm waters and a beautiful terrain for kayaking. While paddling through its waters, you'll develop a greater appreciation for the region's amazing aquatic species. From the water's surface, you'll see pelicans, sea lions and seals, amongst other species. Los Cabos is also a world-class sea kayaking destination with coves, inlets, water caves and beaches that are only accessible by kayak. This is an excellent place to learn sea kayaking skills. Kayaking in the area should be done with a professional guide because he wind and the currents could be intense, but there is no finer way to see the best sights, most of which lie where the land meets the water.
- El Arc0 - At this location, there is an arch-shaped rock formation that has become the symbol of Los Cabos. You can arrive there by boat in 20 minutes. Because of its calm waters, it is a good area for kayaking, especially while enjoying a gorgeous sunset. You can rent the equipment on El Medano Beach and from there you can paddle out to El Arco.
- El Chileno - Located in the Corredor Turistico between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, this popular beach has calm waters, which make it a great option for kayaking.
- Playa del Amor- This beach is hidden behind the famous Arco in Cabo San Lucas. To arrive there you'll need to take a water taxi that departs from the marina or El Medano Beach. This romantic spot, which can only be seen every four years when the tide recedes, offers a view of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez.
- El Medano- These kayak frienly waters are in the middle of the Cabo San Lucas Bay and is one of the most popular beaches in Los Cabos. From El Medano, you can kayak to other beaches like the before mentioned El Arco.
- Estero de San Jose del Cabo- A protected area in the heart of San Jose del Cabo along the Transpeninsular Highway, is a sanctuary and home to more than 150 bird species. This is an excellent spot for kayaking and bird watching. Between the fresh waters of a river and the salt waters of the sea, you can kayak in a tropical estuary surrounded by nature.