At land's end on the beautiful Baja California Peninsula, the resort of Los Cabos (The Capes) juts into the warm waters where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes meet.
This popular hideaway is in the midst of one of the world's richest game fishing grounds and many other kinds of water activities - from surfing to parasailing, to jet and water-skiing to snorkeling to scuba diving.
On land, magnificent sandy beaches call to the sun worshippers, while championship courses challenge golfers of all skill levels. You can also enjoy biking, tennis, shopping, and the fiesta-type atmosphere that permeates this oasis.
Nighttime offers a wide variety of options. Quiet strolls along deserted beaches. Romantic sunset dinners at fine restaurants overlooking spectacular vistas. Casual, lively clubs to party all night. Where the desert meets the sea, Los Cabos is a wonderful adventure vacation experience.
What are the most popular attractions during your adventure vacation in Los Cabos?
Sport Fishing - In the opinion of many experts, Los Cabos has the finest deep sea game fishing in the world. The Sea of Cortes is one of the most prolific fishing grounds on the planet, with 800 species of game fish including marlin, dorado, wahoo, yellowtail, sea bass, cabrilla, grouper and rooster fish.
Golf - In the past decade, Los Cabos has become the golf capital of Latin America and has earned its place in the international golfing community. The vast panoramas of ocean horizon and natural desert terrain are enough to keep the golfer fascinated with every short and the placement of every pin on the green.
Diving & Snorkeling - The growing reputation of Los Cabos as a prime diving destination has brought with it the professional instructors, guides and specialized dive boats necessary for Los Cabos to be ranked as a "must-dive" location. Guided snorkeling trips can also be arranged at most hotels and resorts.
What are the must to see in Los Cabos?
The Arch of Poseidon. This 204-foot rock formation is a symbol of Baja California Sur. During low tide, visitors can walk on an eroded passage through the rocks. You will see large clusters of rock formations that were carved into fantastic shapes by wind and sea.
Desert park. Take a venture through a series of interconnected paint brushed trails within the boundaries of the Cabo Real Natural Desert. See the beautiful mountains of the desert and the sapphire blue waters of the Sea of Cortez. Discover marine fossils, such as giant clams, fish and snails.San Jose del Cabo / Cabo San Lucas - Stroll through the streets along Paseo Mijares through charming courtyards, ornate brick worked and preserved buildings, and a beautiful tropical. See Iglesia de San Jose's twin steeples, the 18th-century Jesuit mission, Mission Viejo and the museum of fine Mexican arts and crafts.