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Los Cabos

At the tip of the Baja Peninsula, land ends and the Gulf of California and Pacific Ocean begin. Sparkling waters, jagged cliffs, desert landscape, and rugged mountains all come together in a wash of vibrant color in Los Cabos. Cabo San Lucas is a favorite beach destination and a celebrity hot spot. Few places can compete with Cabos nightlife, championship golf, and deep sea fishing. Tone it down in San Jose del Cabo, an artsy, relaxed town reminiscent of an older time. In Puerto Los Cabos, three miles of white sand and elaborate oceanfront properties set the stage for a luxurious vacation. Between them all is the Corridor, a 20-mile stretch of high-end resorts and world-class golf. The world-famous rock formation El Arco is a must-see and provides stunning views and an up-close experience with marine life.

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Los Cabos Vacations

Located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos is best known for its golden beaches, world-class golf, lively nightlife, and winter whale sightings. The blue waters, rugged cliffs, desert vistas, and mountains of Cabo wash together in vibrant color. Known as the Marlin Capital of the World, Sportfishing reigns supreme here.


Cabo San Lucas

Hot sunny days and low humidity make the lively town of Cabo San Lucas a favorite beach vacation destination. Few places can compete with the nightlife that this celebrity hotspot offers, with dozens of restaurants, discos, clubs, and bars. Known for its fabulous deep-sea fishing and championship golf, Cabo truly has something for everyone.

Photographers will discover great photo ops at El Arco, an ached-shaped natural rock formation that lies adjacent to Lovers' Beach.

Shoppers will delight in a trip to Puerto Paraiso Mall, which holds over 200 stores, restaurants, cinema, bowling alley, and more.

For nature lovers, the gray whales' annual autumn migration to Cabo from Alaska shouldn't be missed. From December through March, booking a tour can get you up close and personal with these gentle giants


Jose del Cabo

The laid-back town of San Jose del Cabo is home to several championship golf courses, quaint shops, boutiques, and fine restaurants. History buffs will enjoy cultural landmarks found throughout the city such as the old Jesuit mission, Parroquia San Jose, whose history dates back to the 1730s. Meanwhile, The Estero, an estuary with an endless variety of colorful birds and wildlife, offers a serene and tranquil landscape.


The Corridor

Between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo is The Corridor. The 20-mile stretch is defined by the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez that meet with stunning desert vistas. Deep-sea fishing in The Corridor is among the best in the world. The Corridor is home to many luxury hotels and resort properties, with a plethora of activities, restaurants, world-class golf courses, and top of the line spas.



Los Cabos' average year-round temperature is 78F. During October to April, the temperature is typically 80F. The climate is arid with over 300 days of sunshine. Average annual rainfall is 5-10 inches.


Travel to Los Cabos

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Things to Do


    Jump into the blue Pacific and snorkel to see everything from starfish to tropical fish and other marine wildlife. Then enjoy a taco lunch on the Cabo coast. Learn More >


    Sip on fine wines and eat gourmet hors d’oeuvres as you soak in the beautiful sunset over the Baja coast. This is the perfect beginning to an unforgettable night in Los Cabos. Learn More >


    Sail where the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California intertwine and see landmarks like The Arch and the sea lion colony, then explore Cabo San Lucas by land. Learn More >