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Occupying the southern tip of Baja California, Los Cabos provides a wide swath of luxurious, sun-drenched beaches perfect for creating an effortless tropical retreat. When you book your Los Cabos vacation through us, you'll uncover hundreds of dollars in savings and unbeatable deals!
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Los Cabos, Mexico Travel
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Los Cabos was a remote area of fishing villages altered only lightly by the touch of mankind. But in 1974, the Mexican government began investing resources and building infrastructure there to make it one of their premier vacation destinations. Now home to 300,000 residents, the area of Los Cabos is a vacation wonderland designed specifically to give travelers the trip they always dreamed of. Comprised mainly by Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the combined area features more than 300 days of sunshine per year, along with a dry Southwestern atmosphere that's ideal for relaxation.
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Los Cabos Travel Tips
Los Cabos is the name given to the greater areas of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. When visiting the area, you'll likely arrive via Cabo San Lucas International Airport, from which you can navigate to your final destination. As a major tourist hub in North America, the facilities in the area are catered toward English speakers, although Spanish is the official and primary language.
- Despite being surrounded on three sides by ocean waters, many beaches in Los Cabos are unswimmable. This is due to strong currents sweeping into the Sea of Cortez—while there are some locations where you can swim, practice caution and do adequate research before entering the water.
- San Jose del Cabo is located about 30 minutes north of Cabo San Lucas, offering easy access between the two destinations.
- U.S. visitors to Los Cabos will need a valid passport to visit the area, but do not need visas to enter Mexico.
Los Cabos Experiences
Cabo Pulmo National Park
Located on the east coast of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, you'll find this serene oceanfront park. The park is known for its laid-back, relaxing vibe with a coral reef that is perfect for snorkeling and diving. Bring your own equipment if possible to save on rentals, and be sure to stay to watch a breathtaking sunset.
Estero San Jose
Bird watchers will love paying a visit to the Estero San Joe. This nature reserve features scenic hiking trails that go around a tropical estuary, home to a number of native birds. You'll see many seabirds, waterbirds, ospreys, and various small tree birds. Be sure to bring your binoculars to get a closer look.
Visit the Art District to find many pieces of local art along with unique crafts and entertainment. These high-end galleries features a number of painting, sculptures, photos, and jewelry—many created by talented local artists. There are also a number of restaurants in the area to grab a bite after exploring the works.
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Things to Do in Los Cabos
Despite there not being many swimmable beaches, you can still have fun out on the waters around Los Cabos. The area is amenable to sport fishing and sunset cruises, both of which will give you the full Mexico experience that you've been looking for. Additionally, Los Cabos is a great area to embark on whale-watching excursions, especially in the winter months. Visit between November and February for unforgettable sights out on the open seas. Lastly, sail around the unmistakable Arch of Cabo San Lucas for amazing photos.
Walk the beaches at Cabo Pulmo National Park, or stroll Lover's Beach and Medano Beach for leisurely walks under the sun. Wild Canyon Adventure is a 284-acre outdoor park, allowing those without their sea legs to get out and explore. Go ziplining or bungee jumping for thrills, or take an ATV tour among the sandy hills and dunes that envelop the area. Tour El Tule Canyon by camelback, or head to Wild Canyon Kingdom to discover the zoo there.
Nightlife & Dining
El Centro is the party capital of Cabo San Lucas, filled with bars and nightclubs that keep drinks flowing around the clock. While San Jose del Cabo is quieter than its more rowdy neighbor to the south, it contains plenty of bars, restaurants, and live entertainment to keep night owls occupied. Check out locales like La Casona, El Peregrino, and others for fine dining, and party hard at El Squid Roe.
Health Spas and More
Vacations in Los Cabos mean one thing—escaping the daily grind and getting the relaxation you need. The area is rife with relaxing establishments designed to help you relax and recharge. Spas at local establishments like the Hyatt Ziva, Cabo Azul, and One&Only provide holistic as well as innovative treatments, including massages, mud baths, and luxurious outdoor palapas and daybeds to give you the R&R you need.