Whale's Tale Inn

Stay Local!

The Whale's Tale Inn, and Cantina, is located next to Bob and Diana Hoyt's home. This is a great way to get an early start on your Island Adventures. We are listed on Air BNB, and there's also guest reviews on our Google Business Page.  Please call Diana Hoyt if you have questions about the accommodations.


Local Attractions

The Arch - 

This is Cabo's most famous landmark. Also known as "Land's End" because if followed, you won’t see land until you reach the South Pole. The Arch can only be reached by boat. Most people book a whale watching tour or rent kayaks, so getting there is easy! The Arch also serves as a spot for sea lions to bask in the sun.


Water Sports - 

From renting jet skis to parasailing to snorkeling and scuba diving, the options in Cabo are endless! Kayaking and paddle boarding are very popular activities that are family friendly.


Golfing - 

Cabo is home to multiple prestigious golf tournaments, including the PGA Senior Slam Tournament, since 1995. A few of the courses are known for being quite challenging but very playable. The terrain is most comparable to California or Arizona as far as desert climate, but the main difference is the spectacular views of the Sea of Cortez! A view you just can’t mimic. The best part? Golf is year-round!


Shopping - 

Once you enter Casa Maria you are in for a new awakening. This is a must-see spot for the frequent shoppers out there. Local shopping offers handmade items, from unique pottery to clothing. However, you can find "shopping" just about anywhere with "peddlers". Peddlers walk the beaches, the streets and popular tourist locations selling merchandise. The deals can be incredible and the finds are rare. We encourage safe practices but for the most part this seems to be a positive experience for tourists.


Scooters - 

Whether you are avoiding a guided itinerary or just want a fun activity with company, this is a great substitute for transportation. Most vendors offer half day or full day rentals.



Climate Year Round

  • Cabo San Lucas has an arid desert climate with abundant sunshine. With over 350 days of sunny skies, you can understand why most natives and tourist spend a lot of time outdoors. Cabo's location along the pacific is typically 10 degrees cooler than the other side (Sea of Cortez). You can expect to dress for warm days and a light jacket at night. Due to the desert climate it cools down significantly in the evenings (we recommend a light sweater).