Discover diverse ecosystems and endless outdoor beauty.
When you travel to Los Cabos, not only can you experience where the desert meets the sapphire sea, but you can travel deeper inland to explore even more. From rock-strewn trails winding through the mountains to dryland forests and plunging canyons, see all the ways to experience the unique landscapes of Los Cabos.
Your beach vacation is waiting.
Among all the incredible experiences you’ll find in Los Cabos, some of the best memories will be simple moments like strolling on sun-warmed sands, watching the surf lap against the shore and paddleboarding in the shadow of El Arco. Find swimmable beaches in Los Cabos, including easy-to-reach Medano Beach and the shallow waters of Chileno Beach. Follow your curiosity farther out to picturesque Lover’s Beach, a tiny stretch between granite rocks that is accessible only by boat.
Go off road in the desert.
Outdoor adventures in the desert will connect you with the very soul of Los Cabos. Hit the trails on a dune buggy to marvel over the transition between sandy beaches and the arid interior. Dusty roads dotted with desert scrub will inspire you to unleash your adventurous side as you ride over rocky ridges in an ATV or UTV, feeling the land rumbling beneath you. If you have the urge to amp up your adrenaline even more, experience the thrill of zip-lining over the desert landscape marked with towering cardon cacti and other native flora.
Meet adventures in the mountains.
Hike or bike your way into the height of the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range. Bringing together roughly hewn mountain peaks, deep canyons and the only oak forest on the Baja California Peninsula, this protected biosphere reserve is a true jewel of the region. For a relaxing way to end a day of active adventures, try glamping under the stars in a luxurious overnight camp near Todos Santos. In the foothills of these mountains, you’ll also find Flora’s Farm, where bountiful organic produce is cultivated on expansive land.
Wander into the wetlands.
Close to the action but seemingly a world apart, the Estero San José del Cabo is an oasis in the desert. In these wetlands, fresh waters from the Sierra de la Laguna mountains connect with the Sea of Cortez to create a lush haven for birds and other wildlife. Explore this area by bike, on foot or even by horseback.
Wherever you feel most at home in nature, Los Cabos offers diverse terrain and breathtaking landscapes that will satisfy your sense of adventure. Start planning your outdoor activities today.