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Los Cabos

Known for Beaches, Fishing and Marinas

Beach resorts, local culture, surf, nightlife, golf, and breathtaking whale and dolphin encounters make this part of Mexico an irresistible destination.

How do you get to Los Cabos?

Sunny Los Cabos is a resort area on the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico. The region has two distinct parts: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. These two cities stand on either side of The Corridor, a 20-mile (32-kilometer) highway surrounded by championship golf courses and world-class resorts. Dance or shop in upbeat Cabo San Lucas or walk the old streets of San José del Cabo for a more traditional experience. After you’ve taken in the sights on land, be sure to enjoy Los Cabos’ proximity to the waters of the Pacific Ocean and the sheltered Sea of Cortez, which separates the peninsula from mainland Mexico.

Drive along The Corridor to Cabo San Lucas and spend a few days in a luxury spa resort or an afternoon at the Marina Cabo San Lucas. Charter a luxury yacht, book a whale-watching cruise or snack on shrimp tacos before dancing the night away.

Step back in time at San José del Cabo. Walk the cobblestone streets and visit art galleries and museums to get a glimpse of authentic Mexico. Don’t miss the Old Jesuit Mission, a historic Spanish-style church. The estuary is great for birdwatching.

Once hailed by Jacques Cousteau as “the aquarium of the world,” the Sea of Cortez is home to a diverse marine ecosystem and Los Cabos is the perfect base from which to explore it. Swim with smart mammals at Cabo Dolphins, snorkel or scuba dive at Cabo San Lucas or head to the eco-friendly Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park with living reefs and tropical fish.

For a relaxing day out, cruise on a glass-bottom boat to the majestic El Arco, the rock formation that forms a natural arch, marking Land’s End. Hop out of the boat at low tide and stroll along Playa Del Amor (Lover’s Beach).

To reach Los Cabos, you can fly into San José del Cabo or drive from San Diego. Los Cabos is warm year-round, so it’s also a popular winter destination.

For more details on interesting local attractions and activities, check out our things to do in Los Cabos page.

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Things to do in Los Cabos

This magnificent natural rock formation at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula marks the start of Land’s End, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean.

Luxury yachting, sport fishing and world-class golf courses are just some of the attractions in this harbor along the Sea of Cortez.

Walk under the frame of the famous El Arco along the sandy shore of this secluded beach.

A favorite among Cabo’s young revelers, this scenic beach stands out with its fun bars, watersports rentals and party atmosphere. 

Separating the roaring ocean from the crystalline waters of the sea is a magnificent arch. Ride a glass-bottom boat through its core and spot sea lions.

Hit the links in Cabo San Lucas at Cabo del Sol, a popular golf course. Wander the beautiful beaches and seaside in this relaxing area.

Discover a great beach for surfing in Mexico and enjoy this beautiful spot with fine sand, blue sea and spectacular views.

Explore the waterfront in San Jose del Cabo with a trip to Puerto Los Cabos. While in this relaxing area, you can savor the top-notch restaurants.

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Admire the incomparable Cabo sunset aboard a luxury yacht, sailing towards the Pacific as evening falls. Sip your favorite drink and relax while the captain cruises close to the famous Arch, Lover’s Beach, and the sea lion colony. Join this exclusive, small-group cruise.

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Set out for a guided tour of the sights, sounds, and flavors of culturally rich San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Watch artisans at work, soak up the stunning natural setting with a boat ride among rock formations, and enjoy authentic cuisine at a restaurant in the historic city center.

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See Cabo's most famous sights on this leisurely and very popular glass bottom boat tour. Cruise to the Arch, Lover's Beach, Pelican's Rock, and the sea lion colony to enjoy different perspectives of Cabo San Lucas.

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A camel might not be the first animal that comes to mind when you picture your Mexican sojourn, but these hardy dromedaries are the perfect way to explore the desert and fascinating ecosystem of the Baja outback.

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Set off on a dynamic off-road exploration aboard a Can-Am ATV. Tour the scenic Baja desert and its mountain ridges, as well as the spectacular sand dunes of the Pacific coast. After being picked up from your hotel, head out to the adventure park to prepare for the exciting ride on the dusty trails.

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As daylight fades, board a luxurious 144-foot (44-m) triple-deck catamaran and sail from the Cabo San Lucas marina into the sunset. Savor an evening of dinner, drinks, live music, entertainment, and dancing—all while cruising by Cabo’s emblematic Arch and into Medano Bay.

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