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Recommended Cabo Parks

The following recommendations for visiting Cabo parks will allow you to explore the best parks in Cabo San Lucas. The luscious greenery at the parks will be the first thing you will see. Cabo San Lucas has a lot of gardens, nature reserves and gardens.

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Town SquareAvenida Cabo San Lucas, Cabo San Lucas, 23410, Mexico, MX

Close to downtown Cabo San Lucas on the north side of the city is the Town Square. This park is a small park, but the beauty is large. The park has big oak trees that provide shade for those hot, sunny days. You will often see residents and tourists relaxing at the park under the trees and even having a picnic.

Wirikuta Botanical ParkPuerto Los Cabos, Los Cabos

Visitors can enjoy a desert garden with nearly two thousand desert plants along with a million plants here at the Wirikuta Botanical Park. The park honors all cactus along with the traditions and cultures of the people of Mexico. One amazing feature is the three granite boulder pyramids that are located here. This park has acres of beautiful desert plants.

Cabo Pulmo National ParkHighway 1, National Park, San Josedel Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, 23400, Mexico, MX

This park is in San Jose, but it is just a short drive from Cabo San Lucas. The Cabo Pulmo National Park has a lot of fun activities and attractions for visitors, but one main thing to do is diving and snorkeling in the crystal blue waters where you can see coral and many species of fish and ocean life. This park is a great place to experience the beauty of the sea up-close.

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San Jose’s Bird SanctuaryPaseo San Jose, San Josedel Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, 23400, Mexico, MX

The San Jose’s Bird Sanctuary is perfect for bird lovers. Twitchers can watch the pelicans, migrating birds, and exotic rare birds. In the park you can enjoy kayaking or stop by the visitor’s area to see a list of exciting activities to do at the sanctuary.

Desert Park Natural ReserveHighway 1, Melia Cabo Real, Cabo San Lucas, 23410, Mexico, MX

This park in the Cabo San Lucas Corridor is more rugged and wild for that all natural adventure. The views are breathtaking. You can see the mountains, the desert, and the sea is within view too. There are guided tours that take you out on an ATV 4-wheeler. The tour can last upwards to three hours, and the cost can range from $50 thru $75. The reserve is open each day at nine, but it does close at five. There is no cost to enter the reserve.

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