The cities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo form what’s known across the globe as Los Cabos, one of the most important tourism destinations in Mexico.
The tranquil and traditional city of San Jose del Cabo features a wide variety of diverse natural and cultural attractions. Cabo San Lucas is known for its vibrant nightlife and stunning beaches.
Two “Cabos” united by a Tourist Corridor
These two cities offer completely different lifestyles, but a coastal highway strip called the Los Cabos Corridor or simply “The Corridor”, connects them.
This coastal strip is overflowing with incomparable landscapes, beautiful beaches, incomparable golf courses and luxury hotels, along with a wide variety of recreational activities.
Two Seas merge in Los Cabos offering spectacular activities
The Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez come together right by the Los Cabos Tourist Corridor. These waters have been a Mecca for big-game fishing since the 1940s.
After World War II, veterans discovered marlins in the area weighing up to 100 pounds, and today the area is known as “The Marlin Capital of the World”.
Every year, the region hosts international fishing contests and tournaments where mahi mahi and marlin (black, blue and striped) are the main trophies.
The golden-sand beaches of Los Cabos are simply fascinating, bathed in spectacular waters of dark blue tones. These waters also form the perfect backdrop for enjoying a day of surfing on the ideal waves.
In fact, it’s one of the few places in Mexico where this sport can be experienced. Some sites that will astound you are Twin Dolphin Beach, Palmilla and the best beach in the area, Chileno Bay.
The lukewarm waters of Los Cabos, with a visibility oscillating between 60 and 100 feet below the surface, allow you to experience the indescribable underwater wildlife.
If you thought the landscapes of the Corridor were fascinating, just wait until you immerse yourself in the amazing underwater world.
The area is also famous for its whale-watching season from December through April. Right along Corridor, it’s most common to spot immense blue whales.
Gray and humpback whales are often seen on the far eastern side of the Baja California Peninsula.
Los Cabos: Desert, Mountains, and Beautiful Beaches
Contrasting geographical features define this area, where desert, mountains, and plains alongside beautiful beaches create a true scenic paradise for the incredible golf courses in Los Cabos, making them one of North America’s most important tourist attractions.
There are golf courses with many different difficulty levels, whose design is determined by the surrounding nature. All of these championship par 72 courses have 18 holes.
A paradise-like combination of desert and the blue ocean turns various tours and excursions into a truly unique experience for visitors.
Some of the most popular recreational activities in this destination are the all-terrain tours.
Thrill-lovers can choose from a wide variety of exciting options, including incredible ATV tours in 4x4s, Unimogs, dune buggies and sand buggies.
Exclusive residential areas, harbors, elegant restaurants and modern bars (most of them set within different resorts), a wide range of luxurious hotel rooms are just some of the elements making up the impressive infrastructure set all along the Los Cabos Corridor.
You can also experience windsurfing, kayaking, swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, horseback riding, boat excursions, and ziplines, along with dozens of other thrilling activities.
All this, together with the spectacular desert filled with cacti, make Los Cabos a true vacation Paradise.