Los Cabos has become one of the most popular destinations in Mexico due to its beautiful beaches and semi-tropical vegetation contrasting with the desert.

Los Cabos offers a great variety of tourist attractions such as 10,000-year-old cave paintings, missions dating back to1697, mining towns, ghost towns that were inhabited during the XIX century, and a variety of marine life.


Los Cabos is located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. It is a natural paradise where you can enjoy incredible natural phenomenons such as gray and humpbacked whales migrating more than 3000 km from Alaska every year. San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas anchor the area's resort strip.

The two towns are separated by the Corridor region, a 29 km stretch of lovely beaches surrounded by new resorts. This zone is where Los Cabos is staking its claim as Mexico’s premier golf destination, with several world-class courses.


Activities and Attractions

The traditional cordiality of San Jose del Cabo is inviting. It is relatively quiet and serene, and tourists can walk along peaceful streets and enjoy charming restaurants and shops.

Cabo San Lucas is a lively town with a beautiful Marina, a wide variety of bars and restaurants. Los Cabos has excellent scuba diving with underwater sand falls and Gordo Banks. 

The area boasts activities such as sailing, kayaking, sand dune adventures in ATVs, parasailing, snorkeling, sunset cruises, glass-bottom boat rides, wave runners, fishing, horseback riding and more. A special scenic attraction in Los Cabos is The Arch (El Arco), which represents the point where the Sea of Cortes meets the Pacific Ocean.



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