Los Cabos

Los Cabos is one of the top 5 tourist destinations in México, located at the southern tip of the peninsula of Baja California Sur, characterized for its beautiful duality of desert and sea, featuring championship golf courses, world-class sports fishing, and a luxurious marina.

Two Cities: One Destination

San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are the two towns that form Los Cabos, each with a unique personality. For one, the quiet San José del Cabo maintains the look and air of an authentic Mexican town. Downtown in San José del Cabo is found the Cathedral surrounded by cobbled streets filled with intimate restaurants and art galleries. On the other hand, Cabo San Lucas is the perfect place to party. Enjoy the Cabo nightlife with lively bars and the glamorous marina filled with restaurants. Between the two extends the 20 mile luxurious Touristic Corridor, where you will find world class beach front hotels.

The Arch, a monumental natural rock formation, is the symbol of the destination; located in the Land’s End in Cabo San Lucas, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Next to the Arch is found a secluded romantic beach known as the Lover’s Beach, which you can visit by taking a water taxi or boat.

Los Cabos


La Ribera is another delegation of the municipality of Los Cabos; it is located 45 miles north from downtown San José del Cabo and 64 miles north from downtown Cabo San Lucas. La Ribera is the perfect getaway to relax in a casita and near unspoiled swimmable safe beaches.


What to do in Los Cabos?

  • Exquisite gourmet cuisine in its renowned restaurants.
  • Excellent golf courses, considered the best in the world. Designed by renowned professional golfers such as Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.
  • Sport fishing. Los Cabos is known as the world capital of fishing Marlin and is host of the famous annual Bisbee’s Tournament.
  • Water Sports. Snorkeling, diving, kayaking, wave runners, and jet packs are some of the activities offered in the different beaches of Los Cabos.
  • Whale watching. From December to April, is the mating season of Gray Whales in the coasts of Baja California Sur.