Two seas, one paradise, in general people refer to Los Cabos as “Land’s End” due to its location on the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula. There you will find the “dual destination” of Los Cabos. Wondering why they call it a dual destination? Part of the fun comes with exploring the region’s two dramatically distinct personas. Tranquil San Jose del Cabo retains the look and vibe of an authentic Mexican town. Cobblestone streets, intimate restaurants and boutiques radiate from the central main square and mission church. Rambunctious Cabo San Lucas, on the other end of the highway (called the Corridor), is lined with luxurious resorts, funky bars, restaurants and championship golf courses. The Corridor is also home to some of the area’s best beaches for water sports.
The sunsets are beyond words and the variety of local dishes is endless. Imagine this scene: you are sitting at a table lit by dim candlelight; in front of you a plate with so many delicacies that you do not know which one to try first… crab claws, shrimp, octopus and giant clams. Baja California is a treasure trove when it comes to history, flora, fauna, food, excursions, day- and overnight trips. Experience the juxtaposition of the mountains, the majestic dramatic rock formations in the ocean, isolated beaches, bays and islands, wander through dunes and deserts, hike in awestruck wonder through sherbet-colored canyons, venture out to see the yearly whale migration (seasonal), travel the wine route, see ancient cave paintings, all this and more in just one peninsula.
Major hotel operators and boutique resorts offer a variety of options in accommodation, ensuring a perfect fit for almost any group size. Los Cabos is within close proximity to the United States and Canada. Direct flights from most major U.S. cities paired with hassle free international connections make Los Cabos conveniently accessible from all over the world.
Average temperature: 94° F / 58° F 34º C / 14º C