Everyone is unique, and their daylife should be no different. No matter what you’re looking for, we have an array of activities to compliment your retreat desires. One of the most diverse ecosystems in the world—from the desert to the Sea of Cortez (nicknamed "the world's aquarium" by Jacques Cousteau)—let us help you explore Baja's renowned natural wonders.



Enjoy sun, sand, and surf on our prime stretch of Medano Beach, one of Cabo's only year-round swimmable beaches.

1 Homes Cabo Pool


Lounge in the sun and take a dip in pools floating above the sea, with views of Land's End. Enjoy exclusive access to two pools, including a beachfront infinity pool.

Hot stone massage


Experience holistic journeys for rejuvenating body and soul at Hacienda Spa. Massage treatments, body therapies, facials, and manicures and pedicures take place in a serene desert garden environment. Hacienda Spa is located in our neighboring sister resort.

A woman does yoga on a beach


We know the importance of simultaneously taking care of the mind, body, and spirit, which is why we ensure you have access to The Field House fitness center 24/7. Need us to take the lead? Join our Sweat & Stretch classes every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30am.

A young girl standing confidently in front of a rock climbing wall


Seedlings aims to nurture nature’s next great explorers by offering families and their young ones experiences that are healthy, active, educational and fun.

Marina Cabo San Lucas


A retreat in the middle of it all, 1 Homes backs to Cabo's world-class marina. There you'll find fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and sightseeing charters, as well as some of the area's best dining, shopping, and nightlife.

Land's End Cabo

Land's End

Cabo's most iconic sight, Land's End is the southernmost point in Baja, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez at a series of rock formations including El Arco (The Arch). Catch a water taxi from Medano Beach or the marina to tour Land's End up close and get that perfect photo op.

Whale in Cabo

On the Water

Cabo is perhaps best experienced on (and in) the water. From its origins as a sleepy fishing village, it's now considered the world's sportfishing capital. The Sea of Cortez, "the world's aquarium," also offers spectacular snorkeling and scuba diving. And from December to April, watch humpback and gray whales during their annual migration.



Cabo is widely regarded as one of the best golf destinations in the world, with more than a dozen championship courses. Top-rated public courses include Quivira, Cabo del Sol, and Puerto Los Cabos, while the private Diamante Dunes course—ranked #36 in the world by Golf magazine—occasionally offers tee times for non-members.

Cabo Estuary

San José del Cabo

A quaint counterpart to Cabo San Lucas, just 20 miles away, San José del Cabo is known for its cobblestone streets, 18th-century Spanish colonial architecture, cuisine, and culture, especially its many art galleries. Don't miss the Estuary, a sanctuary for hundreds of bird species, and Flora Farms, a 25-acre organic working farm with the acclaimed Flora's Field Kitchen restaurant.

Surfing in Baja

Todos Santos

Designated by the Mexican government as a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town), Todos Santos is truly enchanting. About an hour's drive north up the Pacific coast, you'll find one of Mexico's best-kept secrets, a small town with world-class surfing, bohemian boutiques, hip art galleries, and farm-to-table eateries.

Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo

Cabo Pulmo National Park is a 17,570-acre Marine Protected Area and UNESCO World Heritage Site with one of only three living reefs in North America. Home to more than 6,000 marine species, it offers some of the continent's best snorkeling and scuba diving. Cabo Pulmo is about a two-hour drive from Cabo San Lucas.