Los Cabos sits on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. It's surrounded by golden beaches, turquoise water and some of Mexico's best dive sites. The region is anchored by two towns, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, linked by a 30-kilometre-long beach lined with luxury
resorts and championship golf courses.
Things to do in Los Cabos
Los Cabos is all about sun, sand and swimming. In addition to leisurely days on the beach, there are opportunities to sign up for surf lessons, launch a kayak or try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding.
No trip to Los Cabos is complete without visiting the golden-hued El Arco. The ancient rock formation rises from the sea and appears to defy gravity. You can view El Arco from the beach or enjoy a scenic boat ride. Keep an eye out for sea lions basking on the rocks.
With over 15 courses to choose from, Los Cabos is a bucket-list destination for golfers. The Dunes at Diamante Cabo San Lucas is one of the most coveted courses, treating players to challenging holes and spectacular ocean views.
Los Cabos is also famous for its sport fishing, with the chance to reel in trophy-sized striped marlin, some weighing up to 500 kilograms. Prime marlin season runs from September through to March, although you’ll find fantastic fishing throughout the year.
Getting around Los Cabos
You can fly into Los Cabos International Airport, which offers easy access to both San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Most hotels and resorts are happy to arrange transfers. Local buses are a great way to visit nearby towns like Todos Santos and La Paz.