Los Cabos ( “The Capes”) is a dramatic region of mountains, desert, and sea at the tip of Mexico’s Baja peninsula. It can be split into three areas: busy Cabo San Lucas on the southwest, the quieter, Mission-influenced San José del Cabo on the Gulf of California, and the 20-mile stretch between them called the Corridor.
The area dazzles with much more the beautiful beaches for which Baja is well known. You can browse art galleries, admire historic Spanish-era architecture, and dine on delicious local fare.
When you do get out to the beach, you will also discover the wildlife: the migrating whales, resident sea lions, and abundant tropical and sportfish you’ll see on boat and snorkel outings.