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Los Cabos Travel Guide

Los Cabos is a blend of high-end stays, adventure, and authentic Mexican warmth. It is a destination known for its desert landscapes, pristine beaches, and it is also home to an excellent culinary scene as well as world-class golf courses. Plannning to visit Los Cabos? Here’s  everything you need to know for your trip to this Mexican paradise.

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What to know

Where is Los Cabos?

Located at the tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos is a region formed of two towns: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Cabo San Lucas is known for its lively nightlife and bustling marina, while San José del Cabo has a more relaxed atmosphere, with charming cobblestone streets and a historic town square.

Both towns offer visitors a variety of accommodations, from luxurious all-inclusive resorts to boutique hotels and villas. There are also plenty of dining options to choose from, including world-class restaurants, casual eateries, and local food stalls.

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is situated where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean.

San José del Cabo

The city is part of the municipality of Los Cabos and is positioned along the coastline of the Sea of Cortez.

Prepare Your Visit

Where to Eat

What to do

Visit the Art Gallery District

Art Walk in San José del Cabo

Los Cabos boasts a thriving art scene that is best experienced in its Art Gallery District.

Situated in the heart of San José del Cabo, this district is an enchanting maze of cobblestone streets lined with boutique art galleries. As you stroll, you’ll find from traditional Mexican folk art and Huichol beadwork to contemporary paintings, sculptures, and photography by both local and international artists.

On Thursday evenings, the district comes alive with its famous Art Walk. Galleries throw open their doors, local musicians set the ambiance, and visitors can enjoy wine, canapés, and the company of artists and fellow art enthusiasts. It’s not just an art tour; it’s an immersive cultural experience.

A Thrill-Seekers’ Paradise

Wild Canyon Adventures

For those who crave a surge of adrenaline, Wild Canyon is the place to be. Located between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, this adventure park offers a lot of heart-pounding activities.

The most iconic of these is the giant swing, where participants are swung over a canyon at dizzying heights, offering unparalleled views of the landscape below.

There’s also an expansive zipline circuit, one of the longest in Baja, which allows visitors to soar over the canyon, taking in breathtaking views of the desert and the sparkling Sea of Cortez.

For those who prefer their adventures a tad more grounded, there are off-road ATV tours, camel rides, and a suspension bridge touted as the longest of its kind.

Sailing tours and sunset cruise

Navigating in Style

The cerulean waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean beckon travelers to experience Los Cabos from a unique vantage point – aboard a yacht or sailboat. These tours offer a serene escape from the land, where guests can bask in the sun, sip on gourmet cocktails, and take in the panoramic beauty of the coastline.

During the day, sailing tours often include stops at secluded beaches or coral reefs for snorkeling, allowing guests to dive into the underwater world of Los Cabos and witness its marine diversity.

As the day progresses, sunset cruises come into play. Some cruises even offer gourmet dinners under the stars, accompanied by live music, making it an evening to remember.

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