Getting Here

HOW TO GET HERE

Los Cabos is on the southernmost tip of the 1,000 mile long Baja Peninsula, west of mainland Mexico and just below Southern California. The Sea of Cortez borders Los Cabos on the east and The Pacific Ocean, to the west. Los Cabos is approximately 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers) south of San Diego , California.

It has excellent flights connected with the main cities of USA, Canada and Mexico with more than 250 flights per week.

CONNECTIVITY

The Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) is located just 8 miles north from San Jose del Cabo and 23 miles from Cabo San Lucas. Los Cabos has 550 weekly operations, serving around 40 destinations.

International: USA: Dallas, Los Angeles, Portland, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose, Orange, County, Denver, Newark, Houston, Washington, Atlanta, Detroit, New York JFK, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, St. Louis, Austin, Baltimore, Charlotte and Phoenix.

Canada: Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Montreal, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Victoria and Kelowna.

Domestic: Mexico City, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Toluca, Monterrey, Culiacán, León/El Bajío, Los Mochis, Mazatlán.

The Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) has new frequencies to Culiacán, San Diego, Seattle, Baltimore, Houston, and Toronto, and Washington DC.

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As Mexico’s premier tourism destination, Los Cabos is home to some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and resorts, outstanding spas, award-winning restaurants, and top-ranked golf courses. Learn More

Transportation & Accessibility

To get from one town to the other, you can expect to pay between $60 and $70 approximately. Red and yellow taxi vans operate in San Jose del Cabo; blue and green vans cruise Cabo San Lucas. These vans are available 24 hours a day and are never far. Learn More