Situated on the southernmost tip of Baja California, Mexico, and regarded as one of the most inspirational destinations, Los Cabos is a year-round hot spot. From the hot and wild summer to the fresh and vibrant winter, there isn’t a season when this distinctive destination isn’t incredible.
Beaches, Weather, Biodiversity, Gastronomy, Hotels and Excursions, Cabo Offers Everything Travelers Can Dream Off
It seems almost unfair that one destination made up of two towns (Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo) boasts so many incredible attractions: beautiful blue flag beaches, great weather, impressive biodiversity, delicious gastronomy, luxurious hotels, world-class nightclubs, and exciting excursions along the wonderful peninsula.
The tourism board has reported that 62 percent of the lodging inventory will resume operations while major carriers such as Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest and Delta have already confirmed their return to the destination. If you haven’t been here before, or even if you have and dream of coming here again, here are some of the many reasons you’re going to fall in love with this slice of utopia. Los Cabos awaits your return.
Blue Flag Beaches
There are 19 beaches deserving of this distinction – no wonder Los Cabos ranks as Mexico’s top tourist destination! When you see a Blue Flag flying, you know a beach or marina is clean and accessible, has excellent water quality, meets high safety standards, and is working hard to protect local coastlines and ecosystems. Several bays, luxury resorts, and soft sandy beaches lie along the rocky cliffs. The tonality of the water covers all shades of blue, from navy to turquoise, to green. The color palette is really something else as you drive along the corridor from San Jose del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas!
The Arch of Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas’ distinctive landmark is the rugged taffy-colored rock formation which springs up from the sea at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Also known as Land ‘s End, The Arch is a renowned tourist attraction and the focal point of countless holiday pictures. A visit to Land ‘s End is without doubt one of Cabo San Lucas’s most popular things to do. It’s easy to get there, and you can see the famed golden arch from your plane. Some might call it “the end of the land,” but for us it’s just the start of your next memorable adventure.
Whale Watching Tours
The Los Cabos whale season runs from December through April. Being close to their habitat is a rare opportunity that you’re going to remember for years to come. Imagine being on the front row admiring their incredible longevity and massive size. Environmental safety, non-invasive travel protocols and local and global conservation sponsorship are of great concern to any tour operator in the Cabo San Lucas Bay. Please follow your guide ‘s directions, and enjoy this unforgettable spectacle.
Snorkeling and Scuba Diving
Speaking of amazing sea life, the Los Cabos Sea of Cortez has a vast array of sea flora including one of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs. Don’t hesitate to take part in lessons on scuba diving and snorkeling, but be sure to bear in mind conservation laws so we can protect the reservoir for decades to come. Operators are keen to help you find the best tour possible so go ahead and schedule your trip right now.
San Jose del Cabo
San Jose del Cabo´s downtown main promenade and its distinctive architectural style has become an Art District where you can find art crafts from all around the world, but mainly Mexican art and local designs. It’s also a shopping & dining hot spot. This adorable town has an impressive selection of artistic and bohemian restaurants , cafes and galleries. It hosts the Art Walk from November to June, an experience that will take you on a beautiful stroll through San Jose del Cabo’s picturesque streets and charming shops. Its world-class marina, stunning beaches of gold-sand, famous surf spots and wildlife make this city a must-see on your next holiday.