The topography of Cabo is an anonomy; a desert with an ocean view. This is pretty cool, as it makes the entire area one big beach. There is much to be seen and done in Cabo, there are many fantastic beaches and views.
A consistent favorite is a trip to Lovers Beach, this is where the blue Pacific meets the fabled Sea of Cortez. It is a stunning beach, however it does not appear the two seas don't fancy each other as the ferociry of the surf where they meet is epic.
Lovers beach is dry (so bring your own food/drink) and is only accessible via boat. The good news is that hiring a water taxi is a very simple task in the marina.
Other attractions to Cabo include the fantatic night life. This town knows how to party! Blcok after block of pumping music, tequila shots and party attitude make nights in Cabo an adventure.
This travler to Cabo San Lucas stayed at the "Tesoro Las Cabos" in the middle of downtown Cabo. It has a great location, and serves a fantastic base camp, but the food is pretty bad.
One thing to consider about picking your place to stay in Cabo is the rip-tide. It hits Cabo so strong many beaches are un-swimable. Most hotels will have an offsite beach club where you can swim, but check if that beach club is out the door or up the road.
Travels to Cabo San Lucas will have a great time if they really like it hot, surface of the sun hot. Also, if you like time shares or simply being asked to attend time share presentations, Cabo is your place!
For a complete review of a trip to Cabo San Lucas, click here.