Destination Fact Sheet

A unique combination of desert landscape, aquamarine waters and bustling nightlife makes Los Cabos the fastest growing tourist destination in Mexico, attracting more than 3 million tourists every year. Travel to the area is easy with most major cities flying into Los Cabos International Airport. Access to the major pueblos of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas is directly connected through the 20-mile-long Tourist Corridor highway. Tourism flourishes in the area due to the endless array of outdoor adventure activities including snorkeling, scuba, sportfishing, hiking, biking, golf and more, while five-star luxury resorts accommodate even the most discerning traveler. Culinary treats are limitless at world-renowned restaurants and more simple, local traditional Mexican eateries. Check the destination fact sheet and plan the trip of a lifetime. 

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Los Cabos Essentials

In a paradise where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, there is something for everyone: fishing, golf, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, horseback riding, relaxing in luxury spas and resorts and dancing ’til dawn.

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Fun Facts

It’s been said that you can never take in the whole Baja experience in a lifetime, and rightfully so, as the region is bursting with fun facts and an interesting history. Meaning “The Capes” in Spanish, Los Cabos is lined with secluded coves, jutting points and... Learn More

Tours & Activities

The amazing Sea of Cortez, named by Jacques Cousteau the “Aquarium of the World”, invites visitors to take part in many adventures such as a boat trip to “El Arco”. Travelers will find this giant arch-shaped rock formation astonishing.  Learn More