Flora & Fauna

Los Cabos's flora includes various cactus, succulents, and other desert-adapted plants, many of which are endemic to the region. These plants play an essential role in the ecosystem, providing habitat and food for many of the area's animals. The fauna of Los Cabos is equally diverse, with a range of mammals, reptiles, and birds that are well-adapted to the area's unique climate and terrain. Some of the most notable species include the Baja California Sur, eight of the existing species on the face of the Earth (Minke Whale, Gray Whale, Byrde Whale, Fin Whale, Humpback Whale, Gray Whale, Blue Whale and Sei Whale), the loggerhead turtle, Pacific hawksbill turtle, green turtle, olive ridley turtle, Kemp's ridley turtle, brown turtle and leatherback turtle, sea lions, dolphins, orchids, diverse species of fishes and various species of migratory birds that use the area as a stopover on their long journeys.

Overall, Los Cabos is a fascinating and biodiverse region, with many species that are found nowhere else in the world. Its flora and fauna are an integral part of the area's culture and identity, and their preservation is essential to ensuring that this unique ecosystem remains intact for generations to come.