Located in a dramatic setting of pristine beaches, jagged rock formations, and tall cacti growing on smoke-colored mountains lie the two delightful towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. These two communities, situated at the southern-most tip of the Baja peninsula and connected by the famous Tourist Corridor, make up the area known as Los Cabos.
Cabo San Lucas, situated where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, is blessed with what many describe as the perfect climate. Sun lovers delight in 360 days of constant sunshine with an average year-round temperature of 78 degrees. Known for its unique diving and sport fishing, the emerald blue waters around Cabo have often been described as “Marlin Alley” and are also famous for spotting Humpback and Gray whales, bottlenose dolphins and various other marina animals. Visitors can splash in the ocean at Medano Beach, enjoy a round of golf at one of many world-class courses, be adventurous on a camel ride through the beautiful desert, relax on a sunset cruise around the famed arch at Land’s End, partake in boutique or high-end shopping, or spend the evening at one of the many cantinas or restaurants throughout the city.
For those seeking a more laid back vacation, San Jose Del Cabo, only 20 miles northeast, couples majestic mountain scenery with the charm and romance of Old Mexico. Founded as a mission in the early 1700’s, San Jose del Cabo is just a mile inland from its popular hotel zone located along San Jose Bay. The small historic downtown is home to lovely courtyard restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. At night, live Latin music, gourmet restaurants and chic wine bars are popular among visitors. Outdoor and nature lovers also delight at the activities available. From a sea turtle nursery, to the San Jose Estuary, to some of the best surfing beaches in the area, San Jose del Cabo is an ideal location for enjoying the beauty of Los Cabos.
The 20-miles stretch between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, known as the Tourist Corridor, hugs the beautiful coastline. Home to three popular bays as well as amazing golf courses, the Corridor is popular for its proximity to Cabo San Lucas and its laid back and relaxed vibe.