The Los Cabos area boasts some of the top sightseeing,
The Los Cabos area boasts some of the top sightseeing, tourist attractions and points of interest along the Baja California peninsula
Stunning El Arco in Cabo San Lucas is one of the region’s most iconic natural landmarks, and it’s the center from which many fun activities like whale watching kick off. Visitors on vacation can check any guide map for some of the best tours, historical destinations and other places to visit during their stay in paradise.
The acronym for beach is never more appropriate than when in Los Cabos: Best escape anyone can have! Whether it’s surfing, snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding or simply a romantic walk by the shore? Los Cabos has a beach for you.
The southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula hypnotizes visitors with the motion of its gentle waves. The sapphire Sea of Cortez meets the indigo Pacific Ocean, and their waters cradle some of Mexico’s most stunning shores.
Whether you’re looking to surf, launch a kayak, wave runner or stand up paddleboard, picnic with the family, walk with your sweetheart, or watch the whales up close and personal, there’s a beach in Los Cabos designed perfectly to accommodate.
Underwater marvels, great surfing and plenty of water sports make Los Cabos a wonderland for beach lovers.
Experience a desert adventure, get thrilled with marine life, have fun between the two seas or feel the adrenaline from the air. Explore the wide variety of activities and enjoy your vacation to the max.
The amazing Sea of Cortez, named by Jacques Cousteau the “Aquarium of the World”, invites visitors to take part in many adventures such as a boat trip to “El Arco”.
Travelers will find this giant arch-shaped rock formation astonishing. Add the opportunity to kayak, snorkel, SCUBA dive or stand up paddle, and the experience becomes unforgettable. The camel adventure is another great activity allowing travelers to embark on a hike and camel ride through the desert by the sea.
If for you, vacation gear includes a backpack and a pair of hiking boots, then Los Cabos is the right place.
Known for its awesome bouldering, Los Cabos’ beaches and trails call on the experienced rock climber to remove the ropes and harnesses, put on some hiking shoes, get out the chalk and conquer some serious bouldering problems, a term used to describe the path climbers take to complete a climb.
From watersports to ziplines and ATV rides, Los Cabos is the place to have an experience full of adrenaline.
Whether you’re up for off-roading the Baja California Sur dirt racetracks, sailing the high seas or ziplining 300 feet above washed-out canyons, this is the place to push your limits.
And something new is always cropping up. When the sun sets, Los Cabos wakes up again and vibrates with the unending fun of its nightlife.
Cabo San Lucas is where most of the magic happens. You’ve got to live the after-dark action of its bars, nightclubs, cantinas and live rock music venues, some of them owned by music legends. But the fun doesn’t stop there, also along the Tourist corridor that connects Cabo San Lucas with San Jose del Cabo, there are plenty of go-to places.
San José del Cabo, Baja California
is more like a quiet little town, but its nightlife offers from sport bars and breweries to live music venues and late-night clubs.
Sportfishing in Los Cabos is a year-round activity, and specific seasons highlight the wealth of species here.
Los Cabos could quite possibly be the perfect embodiment of a fisherman’s Eden. Its alluring waters even drew Ernest Hemingway, the godfather of modern sportfishing, to sample its bounty. What used to be a remote coastal village, an aquatic gem at the end of a long desert highway, is now an easily accessible fishing destination open to anyone wishing to get a taste of world-class angling.
Flanked by the sprawling Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other, the Baja California peninsula is surrounded by prolific, nutrient-rich waters that fuel an immense marine food chain, where diverse inshore and offshore opportunities hold promise of a day’s bountiful catch.
Los Cabos shopping excursions are a delightful and relaxing way to spend an afternoon or morning, whether you’re looking for a few inexpensive trinkets or a piece of fine art. In Cabo San Lucas, shopping starts at the sophisticated Plaza Puerto Paraíso, where you’ll find the latest designer fashions, fine art galleries and exclusive boutiques.
Lázaro Cárdenas Sn, El Medano Ejidal, Marina,
23410 Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S., Mexico
Puerto Paraíso combines indoor shopping, the exclusive Luxury Avenue and entertainment with cascading waterfalls and harbor-view areas for strolling. Duty-free bargains and luxury boutiques can also be found nearby while the resort’s own shopping arcade is just steps away.GO TO MAP
CULTURE MEETS THE SEA
Los Cabos continues to embrace its endemic traditions and international influences to grow as a hub of music, art and culture. Los Cabos celebrates the eclectic, authentic and innovative with zeal, so it’s easy to see why so many artists are inspired to call it home. Though the beaches certainly have their appeal, Los Cabos also offers vacationers a thriving arts and culture scene.
During the month of March, Gala de Danza, an international event, presents different artists from around the world: dancers, musicians, and singers from 20 different countries share their talent in Los Cabos; a few of these are Sammy Hagar, Jorge Viladoms, David Lomelí, Josie Walsh and many more.
Every October, the Los Cabos Comedy Festival lines up stand up comedians from across the globe for five days of hysterical entertainment. Though the beaches certainly have their appeal, Los Cabos also offers visitors a thriving arts and culture scene.
Every October, the Los Cabos Comedy Festival lines up stand up comedians from across the globe for five days of hysterical entertainment. In November the Los Cabos International Film Festival takes over the town bringing the Canadian, American and Mexican film industries together and upping the glamour factor of the region even further.
Each Thursday evening between November and June, the San Jose del Cabo Art District hosts an Art Walk to allow locals and visitors alike to experience the works of the outstanding fine artists and artisans who live in the region.
The brainchild of Peter Buck of the band REM, the Todos Santos Music Festival brings a long list of impressive performances to this magical little town every January for intimate, you-have-to see-it-to-believe-it, concerts and jam sessions which raise much-needed funds for the local community.
Much like Los Cabos itself, all of these festivals are growing with every passing year and gaining recognition on an international level.
Sunning and funning with the family are top on the list in Los Cabos and there is more than a fair share of family-friendly things to do with kids.
Fun outdoor activities include snorkeling in the placid waters of Chileno Bay, engaging in sea-turtle releases, joining outback safaris on a camel’s back and even swimming with dolphins.
A well-planned vacation can keep the kids busy for hours upon end, creating memories and stories to tell for years to come.