Cabo San Lucas is a beachside town and many of the activities for which it is known are beach activities.  However, other sports are popular here as well. There's also a new Yoga studio that opened up in December 2011.

Golf

Cabo San Lucas now features 8 world-class golf resorts, some with multiple courses.

  • Cabo del Sol Golf Club - Jack Nicklaus designed course has been rated in the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World by Golf magazine.  There are actually two courses, a desert course and a longer ocean course featuring 7 oceanside holes.
  • Cabo Real Golf Course - Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed this course, which has been rated as the #16 golf course in Mexico by Golf Digest.
  • Cabo San Lucas Country Club - Pete Dye put his name to Cabo San Lucas with this ocean view course.
  • Diamante Dunes Course - Created by golf legend Davis Love III, the Dunes was recently rated as the Best New International Golf Course in the World by Golf Digest magazine for 2010.
  • El Dorado Golf Club designed by Jack Nicklaus.
  • Palmilla Golf Club - Located at the One and Only Palmilla resort, Palmilla features three full  courses.  Jack Nicklaus Designs.
  • Querencia - A private course designed by Tom Fazio.
  • Quivira - Two Jack Nicklaus designed courses at the Pueblo Bonito Pacifico, one public and one private.

Fishing

Cabo San Lucas was first established as a fishing village, way back in 1917, and fishing has remained a popular activity here for both locals and tourists. Cabo is known worldwide for its legendary marlin fishing.   Fishing reservations should generally be made in advance through either online, with a travel agency or directly with a fishing-fleet office located on the marina which is on the south side of the harbor of Cabo San Lucas.  With most fishing charters now taking advance online bookings, either directly or through online agencies, those without a reservation well in advance may be left with a limited selection of boats, perhaps uninsured or without English-speaking crews.

Water Activities

In addition to fishing, visitors to Cabo San Lucas can enjoy fun water activities like swimming, diving, snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, boating, and whale watching.  Watersports are available on Medano Beach such as water skiing, wakeboarding, innertube rides, parasailing, and wave runners.  Glass bottom boat tours run constantly from the marina out to Lovers Beach.   You can book most of these activities with your hotel tour desk, or there are numerous websites that offer a wide selection and lower prices than the hotels if you book in advance.  You can also book these activities direct with the tour operators.  Many now have websites, or you can usually find their offices scattered around the marina.  Be careful of "coyotes" (unlicensed vendors on the street or at the marina) - and make sure to use a credit card whenever possible for the added security of your card's fraud protection, just in case.

Yoga

A new Yoga studio, Uma Yoga Sanctuary which is run by Cristina Ponce and located on the 2nd floor at Plaza Ejidal (Local 13, Planta Alta), on the corner of Av. Lopez Mateos and Morelos, opened up in December 2011. They have regular classes and offer private classes as well. It's only a small place, so it's best to book in advance. Contact details are: Tel. (624) 3553070 Email: umayoga@live.com   Highly recommended.