Just west of the Hotel Cabo San Lucas , this beach offers protected swimming, snorkeling and diving areas. Clear water and a ... More
Just west of the Hotel Cabo San Lucas , this beach offers protected swimming, snorkeling and diving areas. Clear water and a natural coral reef make this a great place to enjoy underwater views. The beach is typically not too crowded, and it has an onsite rental shop in case you decide to snorkel at the last minute. Owned by Cabo Acuadeportes , it has a small shack here with rental equipment, umbrellas, beach blankets and a few other essential beach items. To get there, turn right just before the hotel.
We loved this beach! It was so clean and it was quiet. It did get very busy when three snorkel boats dropped anchor at the same time, but they did not stay long. The bathrooms were clean when I went, much better than the beach bathrooms stateside.
In mid March we took the advice of some trip advisor reviewers and booked a sightseeing/snorkeling tour out to Chileno Beach. What an amazing beach with lots of colorful fish, eels, coral, etc. Bring your water cameras. We went via the CaboRey, an exceptionally organized catamarran with a wonderful crew. We caught this tour at the Marina across from Hotel Solmar at around 11 a.m. On the way to Chileno Beach, we viewed Lover's Beach and such rock formations as Neptune's Finger, Lands End and El Arco. Have your video cameras handy as we saw seal colonies, whales and hundreds of dolphins on their migration journey. At Chileno Bay, we were provided with all the snorkeling gear we would need. The crew was also great in providing help as needed to snorkelers putting on gear and getting in/out of the water. We had some 45 minutes to snorkel, swim or just enjoy the scenery and then it was back to Cabo San Lucas with lunch, soft drinks, water, and a continued open bar. We highly recommend this 3 hour shore excursion for getting to Chileno Beach
Chileno beach is a beautiful beach to snorkel and swim but be careful for jellyfish. Several people in my family were stung all over. It was very painful and miserable for them. I guess it's just one of the risks you take. Definately recommend taking local bus from Cabo or San Hose and getting dropped off on highway and walking in. Bring lots of water so you won't get dehydrated cause you'll be walking and it's very hot. Highly recommend chileno beach, it's a gorgeous place and you can't go to Cabo without seeing it!
I love Chileno Beach. The problem is the beach goers likes to trash the place. They have no respect. The beach has a nice wave, great for snorkeling. The state has to build a public restroom so that people will not do their business around the bushes.
This beach was dirty with lots of cigarette butts and trash all around. The so called bathroom was absolutely gross (number two all over the place). We were there in June and the beach was heavily used and abused. Yes, the snorkeling is great, but the beach was hard to endure. Santa Maria was much cleaner, less crowded, and the snorkeling was almost as good.
This beach is not one of the main swimming beaches so it is not as crowded.
It is perfect for snorkling and some quiet time.
Apparently some boats drop snorklers off there in the am's, but when we were there no one else was even on the beach. Very peaceful and beautiful.
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