Los Cabos, or “The Capes” refers to the two towns of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas connected by a 20 mile stretch
of coastline (The Corridor) at the southern tip of the California Baja Peninsula. A tropical paradise surrounded water, this destination offers a unique combination of sandy beaches, desert mountains and dramatic coastlines. Its unparalleled
beauty, range of amenities and biodiversity will appeal to every type of personality and the area has grown to one of the
most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Boasting over 300 days of sunshine per year, the scattered high hills and private coves deliver championship golf courses, internationally renowned restaurants, world-class spas and pulsing nightlife. Although the strong tides of the Pacific Ocean may make some of the beaches in Los Cabos too dangerous to swim, many beaches offer water sports including jet skiing, scuba diving, parasailing, surfing, whale watching and some of the best sportfishing in the world.
San Jose del Cabo offers an abundance of Mexican charm and hospitality. Situated close to the airport, this laid-back town features shopping, an attractive plaza and a beautiful church in its inland, historic center. Most recently it has developed an epicurean reputation with many top restaurants offering world-class dining experiences. Visitors looking for rest, relaxation and respite, can enjoy nearby activities such as: the Marine Park, home to the only hard coral reef in the area, the tranquil
Bird Sanctuary and the weekly Thursday Artwalk, an event not to be missed (in high season).
At the southern end of the corridor, Cabo San Lucas (or "Cabo) is considered the more “touristy” of the two locations. Built around the bustling marina, the vibrant city is also home to many diverse dining options, chic boutiques, quaint shops and a vibrant nightlife. Even with its popularity, Cabo manages to retain something of a small-town feel. Besides the full-service marina, Cabo San Lucas’s main attractions include one of the most popular swimmable beaches "Playa El Medano" and the famous "El Arco" (Land's End) rock formation considered the gateway to the Pacific Ocean from the Sea of Cortez.
The stretch that connects the Northern San Jose del Cabo to her Southern sister, Cabo San Lucas, is often overlooked but is a destination unto itself. Dotted along these 20 miles of beach and highway are many luxury resorts, and villa communities supported by highly rated restaurants, world renowned golf courses and top of the line spas. The deep sea fishing in this
area is among the best in the world and the views, defined by blue ocean waters meeting stunning desert vistas,
are not to be missed.