Want some cheap entertainment and adventure while visiting Cabo San Lucas? Look no further than a boat ride out to Land’s End and El Arco (The Arch).
Upon arrival by ship’s tender Ursula and I strolled around the Marina Cabo San Lucas. Here we found several opportunities for taking yet another (we’d done this before) boat ride out to the very tip of the Baja Peninsula. Just walk around to the backside of the marina and check out the various water taxis and glass-bottomed tour boats. Haggle a price — it helps to find a boat that already has a couple of passengers impatiently waiting and giving the boat owner the evil eye. We found just such a scenario and argued our way aboard for just $10 U.S. apiece. Not an expensive way to spend an hour or so, but try not spend much more than that amount. Indeed the first price you’ll hear shouted out to you will probably be in the $20 range or higher.
Land’s End is home to lots of photographic drama. Blue seawater crashes against barren rock, cascading off the glistening black surfaces as it churns into a foamy white. Along the way watch for the local fauna, particularly the myriad pelicans and seals.
After a little bird and marine mammal watching, turn your camera skyward for images of slender pillars of rock jutting forth into blue skies with cotton candy cumulus.
But be aware that you’re on a moving boat constantly bobbing along the surface of the waters. Adjust your shutter speed accordingly or you’ll wind up with some blurry shots.
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