Considered one of the world´s most inspiring destinations, Los Cabos is a hot spot all year round. From the hot and wild summer to the fresh and vibrant winter, there’s not a season when this unique place isn’t amazing.
It almost seems unfair that one destination conformed by two towns (Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo) boasts so many incredible attractions: stunning blue flag beaches, perfect weather, remarkable biodiversity, delicious gastronomy, sophisticated accommodations, world-class night clubs, and spectacular tours along this marvelous peninsula.
If you’ve not been here before, or even if you have, here are 5 of many reasons to love this stretch of paradise located in the southernmost tip of Baja California, Mexico.
1 BLUE FLAG BEACHES
There are nineteen beaches worthy of this distinction. No wonder Los Cabos ranks as the top destination in Mexico for visitors!
When you see a Blue Flag flying, you know a beach or marina is clean and accessible, has great water quality, meets high safety standards, and is working hard to protect local shorelines and ecosystems.
Along the rocky cliffs lie a great deal of bays, luxurious resorts, and soft-sandy beaches. The water tonalities cover all shades of blue from navy to turquoise, and also green. When you drive along the corridor from San Jose del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas, the color palette is something else!
2 THE ARCH OF CABO SAN LUCAS
The distinctive landmark of Cabo San Lucas is the rugged taffy-colored rock formation that erupts from the sea at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez.
Also known as Land's End, The Arch is a popular tourist attraction and the central focus of countless vacation photos. A visit to Land's End is undoubtedly one of the most popular things to do in Cabo San Lucas. Getting there is easy and you can view the iconic golden arch from your boat. Some might call it the “land´s end” whereas for us is just the beginning of your next unforgettable adventure.
3 WHALE WATCHING TOURS
Whale season in Los Cabos occurs from December to April. Getting close to their habitat is an unparalleled experience you will talk about in the years to come. Imagine being on the front row admiring their colossal size and extraordinary longevity.
Environmental protection, non-invasive tour protocols, support of conservation locally and worldwide are a great concern for every tour operator in Cabo San Lucas bay. Please follow the instructions of your guide and enjoy this unrivaled spectacle.
4 SCUBA DIVING AND SNORKELING
Speaking of amazing sea life, the Sea of Cortez in Los Cabos, has a huge variety of sea flora including one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the World. So, don´t forget to adventure in scuba diving and snorkeling lessons.
Keep in mind of conservational rules so that we can preserve this reservoir for many generations to come. Operators eager to help you find the best possible tours so go ahead and plan your trip now.
5 SAN JOSE DEL CABO
San Jose del Cabo´s downtown main plaza and its distinctive architecture, has become an Art District where you can find art crafts from all over the world, but mainly Mexican art and local creations. It´s also a hot spot for shopping and dining.
This adorable town has an interesting variety of bohemian and artistic restaurants, cafes and galleries. From November to June, it hosts the Art Walk, an event that takes you on a stunning stroll around the picturesque streets and charming stores of San Jose del Cabo.
Its world-class marina, stunning gold-sand beaches, famous surf spots and wildlife make this town a must see on your next vacations.
Before you go…
When it comes to holidaying in Los Cabos, you can be sure you’ll experience the vacation of a lifetime. The crystal-clear waters, fascinating landscapes, adventurous tours, amazing water activities, delectable gastronomy, high-end resorts, amazing sea-life, and friendly people bring the enticing chance to escape far from typical.