Los Cabos, is located in the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, west of the territory that makes up the Mexican Republic. The geographical region is a unique mix of desert landscapes, beaches and mountainous areas. "El Arco" is the most prominent geographical point and is located where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Los Cabos is made up of 3 main areas: to the east, the tranquil San José del Cabo, which maintains the appearance and air of an authentic Mexican town.
It has a nice Art District in the Historic Center and a renovated marina in the area of Puerto Los Cabos. At the western end and connected by a 30 km corridor, is Cabo San Lucas, which, with restaurants, bars and elegant shopping centers near the marina, invites its visitors to enjoy a pleasant atmosphere in the bay. Known as the "End of the Earth" for being the last piece of land in Baja California Sur, it is a perfect place where the desert and the sea come together, and the adventure begins.
San José del Cabo
A long time ago, before tourism, in the Los Cabos region lived an ancient culture of agile runners and tireless walkers called the Pericues. They were gatherers, fishermen and hunters who lived under palm trees, surrounded by birds in the estuary of San José del Cabo. It is known that the Pericues honored a superior being that they called Niparajá.
At the beginning of 1530, the first expeditions to explore this area were carried out by Hernán Cortés. This is how this small city has audacious stories because it was once used as a shelter for pirates.
1730, the Mission of San José del Cabo “Añuití” together with a “Plaza” were founded on Zaragoza Street, which still remain to date. In 1984, the airport of San José del Cabo was built, which caught the attention of different tourist complexes interested in opening the doors of progress to this oasis.
Due to the cozy architecture of the main square, the center of San José del Cabo has become an Art District, where it is possible to find works from different parts of the world, but mainly, traditional Mexican art and local creations, which It makes an excellent place to shop and eat.
San Jose del Cabo also has a picturesque world-class Marina facing the Sea of Cortez and stunning golden sandy beaches, with famous surfing spots and is home to a great wildlife with seabirds, gray whales and turtle hatchlings that go to the sea for the first time.
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is a city located on the tip of the peninsula of Baja California Sur, which, in addition to having beautiful desert landscapes and beaches, is also known worldwide for being one of the most popular tourist destinations. It is known as the Capital of Marlín and home of El Arco, where the Sea of Cortez joins the Pacific Ocean.
Cabo San Lucas began to develop due to the fact that it is rich in marine life and because it was an isolated place. This made him a favorite destination for fishermen who were looking for the biggest species and celebrities, since they were looking for privacy.
Currently, Cabo San Lucas has some of the most luxurious resorts in the world, a first class Marina and the largest fishing tournament in the world.
Located on the East Coast of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, two hours away from San José del Cabo, Cabo Pulmo is a Natural Protected Area designated a World Natural Heritage by UNESCO, one of the most important ocean conservation and conservation achievements. the only hard coral reef area in the Gulf of California.
The reef of the Cabo Pulmo National Park has been considered a treasure of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, it has around 20,000 years and more than 300 different species of fish, hence its nickname “The Aquarium of the World”. It has become a world-famous place for diving and snorkeling, with the highest standards of diving education and instructors of the highest level.
Located 80 kilometers from La Paz, Todos Santos is a “Magic Town” with wonderful colonial buildings, local art, Mexican handicrafts and delicious typical regional food, made mostly of local products.
Founded in 1733 with the establishment of the mission of Santa Rosa de Todos Santos, this town is a meeting point for cultures, as their daily life is an attraction for visitors, who are captivated by the intense artistic life that takes place in their galleries and festivals, for the magic of its streets and its exquisite beaches that look to the Pacific.
Localizado en la Costa Este de la Península de Baja California Sur, a dos horas de distancia de San José del Cabo, Cabo Pulmo es un Área Natural Protegida designada Patrimonio Mundial Natural por la UNESCO, uno de los logros más importantes de conservación de océanos y la única zona de arrecife de coral duro en el Golfo de California.
El arrecife del Parque Nacional de Cabo Pulmo ha sido considerado tesoro de la Península de Baja California Sur, tiene alrededor de 20,000 años y más de 300 diferentes especies de peces, de ahí su apodo de “El Acuario del Mundo”. Se ha convertido en un lugar mundialmente famoso para el buceo y el snorkeling, con los más altos estándares de enseñanza de buceo e instructores del más alto nivel.
in Los Cabos
The road that connects Cabo San Lucas with San José del Cabo offers a beautiful and impressive panoramic view of the Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of the Californias.
Going through this 30-kilometer corridor is a marvel to behold, as you can enjoy beautiful beaches, luxury hotels, private condominiums and exclusive golf courses.
Among the beaches that you can enjoy within the tourist corridor are: Las Viudas, El Chileno, Santa María, Twin Dolphin Beach, El Tule and Costa Azul.
“El Corredor” is where most tourists book their vacations and where many retired foreigners live who decided to enjoy life in Los Cabos.