Cabo San Lucas might be Mexico, but it has been a playground for Americans looking to have fun for more than 100 years. Fishing, golf, food, tequila, and eco-tourism await cruise guests here.
While Cabo San Lucas does not have a cruise pier the bay is well protected so tendering is easy and reliable here, unlike at some other ports such as Catalina Island and Cayman Islands. While most cruise ships spend one day here, some itineraries offer two nights though the ship typically departs and sits just outside Mexican territorial waters so that they can open the casino, duty-free shopping, and avoid taxes on alcohol.
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