With coastline that stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the Sea of Cortez and 355 days of sunshine per year, Los Cabos is Mexico’s ultimate seaside escape. The summer days are endless here at the tip of the Baja Peninsula and people from all over the world flock here year­round for the vast variety of outdoor activities.

The sister towns of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas as well as the 20­mile Corridor, all provide different experiences. Activities are all in close proximity, therefore you can take advantage of all Los Cabos has to offer regardless of where you stay.

Here are the top five reasons why people absolutely love Los Cabos.

There are numerous award winning greens in Los Cabos and even more are underway. In fact, Golf Digest puts Cabo at #15 on their list of world’s best golf destinations. More than a dozen courses designed by the world’s best course architects are sprinkled throughout the area. There’s not one green in Los Cabos that doesn’t have amazing views and offer a challenging play.

Known as the “Marlin Capital of the World” and home to several high profile fishing tournaments, beginners as well as pros flock to Los Cabos to cast a line and enjoy an angler’s paradise. The nutrient rich waters where the Sea of Cortez meet the Pacific are packed with Marlin, Tuna, Dorado, Sailfish, Wahoo, and dozens more….all good eating!

With more than 50 miles of spectacular strands, magnificent towering rock formations, cerulean colored waters, and bountiful sea life ­ it is hard to find a place that offers such diversity. In fact, four of USA Today’s 10 Best Mexican Beaches are here in Los Cabos.

While San José del Cabo is more of a laid back quaint part of Los Cabos, the festive scene in Cabo San Lucas has a seemingly endless supply of places to drink and dance the night away and party into the dawn.

Out of the 11 species of whales found worldwide, eight of those make a 6,000 mile trek to the warm waters of Los Cabos. This round trip sojourn is the longest journey made by any animal in the world. Whale sightings can start as early as November and continue through April. Truly a remarkable experience!

 The team would be thrilled to assist you with any or all of your preparations for your stay here in Los Cabos. Contact us today and let’s get the ball rolling!



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