Land’s End Cabo San Lucas – El Finisterra – boasts a number of unique rock formations at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula where the waters of the Pacific Ocean meet the Sea of Cortes. One of the most unique of these formations is El Arco – a beautiful natural arch. During the month of October, the sea levels fall and it is possible to walk under the arch between the two beaches – Lovers Beach and Divorce Beach. Other formations are named Neptune’s Finger, Pelican Rock, and The Vigil. The Vigil is the highest point and features in the region’s history as the lookout point for English pirates. This is a spectacularly beautiful area full of sea lions and with excellent scuba diving and snorkeling spots. This is also a superb point for land-based whale watching.
The only way to step foot on land at Land’s End Can San Lucas is to get there by boat. Diving, fishing, glass bottom boats, and luxury sightseeing yachts all head that way from the Marina, and many of these excursions are timed be at the Arch for sunset. If you disembark for a little swimming and sunbathing, you can arrange for the boat to come back for you after a couple hours. Lover’s Beach (on the Sea of Cortez side of the point) and Divorce Beach (on the Pacific side) here are quite possibly the most photographed of all beaches in Los Cabos. It is recommended to swim off Lovers Beach, as there are strong currents off Divorce Beach, which faces the Pacific. Here, you will also find a cave with great views of the Arch. There are a number of luxury villas available as vacation rentals in this area.