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Lands End Cabo

DESTINATION | Published on 08/07/2022
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Pictures of Cabo San Lucas show luxury yachts sailing across blue waters, palm trees surrounding resorts, and the famous Lands End rock formations rising out of the sea. This iconic spot has captured the imagination of travelers for years, and whether it’s your first time visiting Cabo or your tenth, exploring the Lands End is a must for any vacation.

Where is Lands End?

The first thing many travelers ask is “Why are these Cabo rocks called Lands End?” The name for these rock formations simply comes from the Lands End location. They stand above the crashing waves at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, marking the spot where the land ends and the sea begins. While you can look out towards Lands End Cabo from many different resorts and beaches in town, you’ll have to take a boat ride out to see this iconic spot up close. 

The Arch of Cabo San Lucas


The most photographed Cabo rocks are the arch of Cabo San Lucas. The arch was formed through erosion as the winds and waves beat against the rocks, and at the point where the land ends, these forces are strong. The arch is three-stories tall, and its image can be found all over the city.

Lovers Beach

Next to the arch of Cabo San Lucas is Lovers Beach, a golden stretch of sand between the Cabo rocks that faces the Sea of Cortez. Its picturesque beauty and seclusion inspired the name Lovers Beach. It’s only accessible by boat, which is part of what makes it charming, and while it’s one of the swimmable Cabo San Lucas beaches, the other side of the beach, which faces the Pacific Ocean, isn't.

Divorce Beach


If you walk across Lovers Beach to the other side of the peninsula, you’ll find yourself on Divorce Beach. Because the Lands End location is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez, there are strong currents that can be dangerous. While it’s a beautiful spot to relax, the Pacific side is not one of the Cabo San Lucas beaches where you should get in the water.

Neptune’s Finger

Neptune’s Finger is one of the most unique rock formations. Like the finger of a god, it rises on its own straight out of the sea, standing 25 feet above the water and extending to the sea floor below. Neptune’s Finger is an incredibly popular scuba diving site to explore, home to a variety of marine life.

Sea Lions

It’s not just travelers who love to explore where is Lands End. In fact, sea lions love it so much that they’ve made their home here on these rock formations where the land ends. When you sail out to Lands End Cabo, you’ll see them basking in the sun on the rocks and slipping gracefully down into the water. Watching them and even swimming alongside them are incredible things to do in Cabo.

Things to Do at Lands End


Sailing excursions around Lands End are some of the most popular things to do in Cabo. After going out to show travelers the arch of Cabo San Lucas, boats drop anchor near Lovers Beach where the water is clear for snorkeling and calm for paddleboarding and kayaking. If you swim to Lovers Beach, you can explore Divorce Beach, but remember not to go in the water there.

There’s so much to explore in Cabo San Lucas, and if you get the chance to explore where is Lands End, you’ll discover so many iconic spots. From gorgeous Cabo San Lucas beaches to playful sea lions, there’s so much to take in on tours here.

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