Visit Los Cabos
"Visit Los Cabos in Baja California in Mexico"
Located in northwest Mexico on the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula, this is a region where the desert meets the sea, allowing you to take in breathtaking scenery.
Inhabited from time immemorial, as evidenced by the cave paintings found in the Sierra de San Francisco, near Guerrero Negro, this state has more than 1,200 km (744 mi) of coastline and a wide variety of marine species. Here you can witness the arrival of the gray whale, which migrates each year to the Bahia Magdalena Nature Reserve, the San Ignacio Lagoon and the Soledad y Ojo de Liebre estuaries. You can also enjoy all kinds of recreational activities, including scuba diving, kayaking, windsurfing, sportfishing, mountain biking, hiking and guided camping outings.
In Baja California Sur, you can visit the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, known for its abundant plant and animal life and declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. You can also tour the salt mines at Guerrero Negro, or visit important historic monuments like the Jesuit missions built near the town of Loreto. In addition to all that, you can enjoy the excellent services offered along a tourist walkway in Los Cabos, a destination known for its top-notch tourism development, first-rate hotels, excellent golf courses and spas, and fine restaurants where you can indulge in the finest in regional, national and international cuisine.
Los Cabos (The Capes) is one of Mexico’s most beautiful and exclusive destinations. It lies on the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula, 220 kilometers (136 miles) south of La Paz. The climate is warm throughout most of the year, with an average temperature of 26º C (79º F).
During the winter In Los Cabos you can admire one of the most beautiful natural phenomena to occur on Mexico’s coasts: the courtship, mating and birth process of the gray whale. During peak summer months, Magdalena Bay is perfect for scuba diving, kayaking, sportfishing, also to enjoy a romantic getaway on a pristine beach as you gaze out onto El Arco, a rocky arch formation is considered a landmark of this destination. Los Cabos unites together the waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez (also called the Gulf of California). UNESCO declared 244 islands and protected areas of the Sea of Cortez a World Heritage Site.
A 33-kilometer highway, called the Corredor Turistico, stretches from San Jose del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas. Along the highway, you’ll find world-class hotels with top-notch restaurants, which have been known to lure a fair share of celebrities. Los Cabos is an unforgettable experience for the entire family thanks to its championship golf courses, excellent sportfishing and gorgeous beaches offering quality services.