Visit East Cape

A main draw for visitors of Los Cabos along the Baja California Sur is the hallowed stretch of the East Cape. Secluded and silent, most of the beaches are uncrowded as they require accessing dirt roads in the backcountry –but fear not as there are plenty of easily reached spots near the hotels. Those sublime beachfronts hold secrets. Wave-riders come from around the world to go surfing in the clear blue waves, and many consider it one of the best places on the planet to visit for the ride of a lifetime. Deep-sea fishing is one of the most sought-after activities, as a wide variety of pelagic species are caught right from the shoreline and out five miles from the coast, including grouper, marlin, sailfish, dorado and tuna. You don’t need to hop a boat to get in on the amazing fishing as fishermen can simply walk the sands and go surf fishing to target beautiful roosterfish and jack crevelles. By renting an ATV through Rancho Buena Vista, anglers can plan a day trip to explore the many other fishing spots along the stretch. With other options such as windsurfing Los Barilles and snorkeling in Cabo Pulmo, you’ll never run out of things to do here.


The East Cape Baja shores encompass breathtaking scenery from San José del Cabo to Cabo Pulmo National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage site. Bring the family to stay at any of the boutique hotels near some of the best swimmable beaches in the area.

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