For a seaside adventure, hop on a glass bottomed panga and make your way to the area's most famous natural landmark, the Arch.
From October to March, the annual gray whale migration moves through the lagoons around the Baja Peninsula, many of them passing right by Cabo.
Find a little extra romance at Lover's Beach, which is only accessible by boat. Pack a picnic lunch and plan to stay all day to soak up the sun.
El Farallon is known for its seafood-heavy menu and simply executed entrees, as well as the breathtaking view.