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Reviewed January 7, 2017

This is one of our best recommended beaches to be in at Los Cabos. Crystal clear calm water, lifesafers, restrooms and clean. The best of it is that this is one the best places to do snorkling, kayak or simply swim among the many fish that you can find here

Date of experience: December 2016
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Reviewed November 21, 2016

We were on the Tropicat Catamaran for this snorkeling tour. The staff were great, the snorkeling was really good and it was a great excursion. They like most of the Mexican snorkeling tours have cheap equipment. If you are picky or struggle, bring your own, especially if you are hard to fit or need a dry snorkel tube as these are the short open ones. The fins are the rubber slip ons. They provide water, margaritas and snacks... chips, granola bars and fruit after the snorkeling. They do bait the fish so they are plentiful. I recommend following one of the guides as they know all the best spots. Snorkeling here was better than Puerto Vallarta. Bring sunscreen and a towel. It is completely safe and dry to leave your things on board so no worries there.

Date of experience: November 2016
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Reviewed September 12, 2016 via mobile

The excellent visibility at Chileno Beach is being ruined by the construction of a new hotel right on the water. You can clearly see a murky stream of muddy water running into the once pristine water. Piles of masonry work sediment are near the beach and soaking into the bay. The beautiful fish are not as numerous and hard to see under these conditions! This resort needs to clean up their act. What a shame!

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed June 28, 2016

We packed a cooler & came to the Bay. We rented an umbrella ($10 not a bargain!) & sat on the beach. We enjoyed being able to snorkel right off the beach. About 4 snorkel tours came through, but it wasn't too crowded. No vendors are allowed on the beach. No shade. Portable bathrooms. Plenty of parking.

Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed June 14, 2016

This is one of the prettiest bays in all of the Cabo San Lucas area. It sits below what at one time was the Hotel Cabo San Lucas...now destroyed and being replaced by mega million homes a la Newport Beach, etc.
The Govt. has done a great job in fixing up the beach, provided a nice parking area and, as can be expected, a whole row of Porta Potties!!! Prior to Hurricane Odile there were about eight palapas on the beach for public use, one had to get there very early to claim one. Alas, after the hurricane the palapas were not replaced. However, they now have a lifeguard station staffed by living breathing people, who, by their looks I'm sure can't swim although, Ii'm sure, they can floar...get my drift. Non of this should take away from the beach and the water, both of which are excellent and perfect for small kids most of the time. I can't remember a time when the surf was too big to swim in. For a memorial day away from the crazies at Medano Beach I highly recommend Chilano Bay. It is probably about eight miles or so from Cabo on the road to San Jose. Can't miss it as it has its own exit. Enjoy.

Date of experience: June 2016
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