Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s top tourist destinations and is located on the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula. This ultimate seaside escape has a coastline that stretches from the Sea of Cortez to the Pacific Ocean, and is blessed with 350 sunny days a year. It’s comprised primarily of two towns, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, along with the 20-mile stretch of highway in between known as "the Corridor". The sister towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo offer unique experiences that range from all-night bar crawls to Thursday night Art Walks. Cabo San Lucas is a lively and upbeat town, attracting travelers who like to explore all day and party into the night. The town of San José del Cabo is more relaxed and laid back, and home to boutique shops, art galleries, and quaint outdoor cafes.
It's endless summer at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, and surfers, golfers, divers, and hikers come here for year-round water sports and outdoor activities. Visitors enjoy mountain, sea, and desert views, delicious food, Mexico’s best golf courses, a variety of water sports, and world class resorts. White-sand beaches and clear, turquoise seas stretch as far as the eye can see and offer an abundance of wildlife, from striped marlin and mahi-mahi to inquisitive dolphins and manta rays. Whale watching in Los Cabos is spectacular, and the season runs from mid-December to mid-April.
Some of the top attractions in Los Cabos include The Arch of Cabo San Lucas (El Arco), one of the most unique rock formations in the world, and Playa Del Amor (Lover’s Beach), the most romantic and most photographed beach in the region. Another top attraction is Medano Beach, known for it's calm water that is safe for swimming.
Whether snorkeling beside the world-famous arch, roaming quaint village streets, sipping on the perfect margarita, catching a heavenly sunset or dancing until dawn, Los Cabos will warm the body and inspire the soul.