Home to the Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere and the Cabo Pulmo Marino Sanctuary, the natural beauty of Los Cabos knows no bounds. Known for its deserts, mountains, and coastal flatlands, the area’s diverse plant and animal life are truly bountiful. The landscape of Los Cabos is truly unparalleled, providing breathtaking vistas and ample opportunity for outdoor adventure.
Sandy beaches stretch for miles along the Pacific Ocean, Gulf of California, and Sea of Cortez, where visitors enjoy sportfishing, swimming, snorkeling, diving, sailing, and surfing, while terrestrial adventure ranges from golf and tennis to exploration on dune buggies, mountain bikes, horses, and camels.
Los Cabos is made up of three distinct areas - San Jose del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, and the 20-mile-long Tourist Corridor in between. A former fishing village, Cabo San Lucas is a striking and newly developed resort community, featuring lively nightlife, endless charm, and world-class dining, while San Jose del Cabo’s historic charm provides the perfect backdrop to a traditional Mexican vacation.