This is why Los Cabos is irresistible any time of year

  • Cabo's iconic arches

    Nothing says "Cabo" as dramatically as this view on The Arches (El Arco), a majestic rock formation at the tip of Baja California, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. A famous Baja landmark, it’s a fitting entryway into the diverse and amazingly beautiful strip of beachfront and desert that make up the region of Los Cabos, Baja California.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • A whale of an adventure

    The thrill of seeing a humpback whale breach in front of your eyes is a moment that will forever remain in your vacation memory. The Sea of Cortez, one of the most biologically intact seas of the world, is often referred to as the "whale super highway." This is the route that humpback and gray whales travel (December to April) from their home in Mexico to their feeding grounds in Alaska. And they love frolicking in the deep and safe waters along the Baja peninsula!

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • Sleep to the sound of waves

    You’ll discover that almost all accommodations available to visitors to Los Cabos are located either directly on the oceanfront or just a short distance away. This sunset view over the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, located on the Pacific side of Cabo San Lucas, exemplifies the serenity that can be enjoyed all along the Los Cabos Corridor on the Transpeninsular Highway, which stretches 20 miles from Cabo San Lucas to San José del Cabo.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Surf-to-fork and farm-to-table

    The organic food movement is alive and well in Los Cabos, with local farms priding themselves on providing organic vegetables to the region's restaurants. Many of the hotels boast their own organic gardens, fresh seafood is harvested daily, and humanely-raised meats and poultry are now the norm. Bottom line: you’ll never eat better than in Los Cabos! 

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • A simply perfect beach

    Chileno Beach, located halfway between Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, is famous for its calm, warm waters, excellent snorkeling and scenic backdrops. It also boasts a state-of-the-art dressing/shower facility as well as an accessible wooden walkway from the parking lot to the shore. 

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • A shopper's paradise

    Need to bring back souvenirs? You’ll not lack for shopping opportunities while visiting Los Cabos. Choose among a wide variety of colorful local artifacts as gifts for family and friends. The options are endless.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Back to nature

    Los Cabos is filled with teeming wildlife, which can be viewed from the shore or via boat/kayak excursion. Birdwatchers will especially delight in the number of bird species that can be spotted here. You’ll often see families of sea lions sunning themselves on the rocks or frolicking in the harbor.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • Local color

    This colorful marina is the heart of Cabo San Lucas, where you can experience a variety of aquatic adventures including boat and kayaking tours, dolphin encounters, whale-watching excursions, scuba diving, parasailing and sport fishing. Restaurants, luxury hotels, and hip bars and lounges surround the area, plus the marina is home to all levels of shopping experiences, from souvenir to high end.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Experience "the world's aquarium" from a kayak

    It’s hard to beat the thrill you’ll feel on a kayak trip along The Arches, Baja’s famous landmark. You’ll paddle past barking sea lions and majestic sea birds perched high on the rocks. You’ll even have a chance to snorkel in the emerald waters of the Sea of Cortez to view the tropical fish in what Jacques Cousteau once called 'the world’s aquarium."

    Photo courtesy of High Tide Los Cabos

  • Hot spot for golf

    No, it isn’t Pebble Beach or Torrey Pines. It’s the Quivira Golf Club, built on the tip of Baja’s granite cliffs just 10 minutes from the heart of Cabo San Lucas. Designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, this course is an exclusive amenity for guests and owners of Quivira Los Cabos. In addition to this award-winning course, there are many golfing options available throughout Los Cabos, which in the span of a few short years has become one of North America’s hottest golf destinations.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • Something fishy

    Needless to say, Los Cabos is a fish lover’s paradise. Whether you want to eat it or catch it, the fruit of the sea is part of the entire landscape of this region. From fish tacos and seared tuna to grilled octopus, the variety of cuisine will thrill the seafood lover. Caught it yourself on one of the many fishing trips available to visitors? Many local restaurants offer a "you hook it, we cook it" policy, serving up your day’s catch anyway you like it.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • A family destination

    The Los Cabos region is an ideal destination for families with children. With its calm beaches and warm water, the coastline is perfect for family picnics, swimming and snorkeling. Exploring the wonders of the tide pools is an added plus, as kids will enjoy learning about the interesting marine creatures that live among the rocks.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Los Cabos is blossoming

    If you think Hawaii is the only place you'll see the fragrant plumeria flower, think again. This lovely blossom thrives in the Los Cabos region, together with other tropical plants such as bougainvillea, hibiscus and dramatic cactus blossoms. No matter where you walk along this peninsula, you'll marvel at the exquisite blooms that greet you, year-round.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • "Amor" is alive and well on Lover's Beach

    Lover’s Beach, Playa del Amor, didn’t get its name for nothing. It is one of the most romantic and photographed beaches in the Los Cabos region. Water taxis will take you to this private, golden stretch of sand, where you can soak in the beauty of this magical region together with your loved one. Sunsets on this beach are particularly stunning.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • The land of silver

    Silver is nothing new to the Baja Peninsula. Gold and silver were first discovered and mined in 1862, in the town of El Triunfo, located some 70 miles north of Los Cabos. To this day, artisans continue the tradition of creating exquisite silver jewelry, often embellished with local gemstones. This store in San José del Cabo features a stunning collection of these works of art.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Horsin' around

    Ever dream of riding horseback in the sand along a pristine beach? Well, you can do it in Los Cabos! Several outfitters offer this unique experience and many conduct private tours that take you into the desert interior. For those not comfortable on a horse, but okay on an ATV, many of the same outfitters will allow you to "gallop" on their mechanical steeds through some awesome trails.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona

  • Go back in time in San José del Cabo

    Looking for a taste of "Old Mexico" while in Los Cabos? The charming town of San José del Cabo is located 20 miles from Cabo San Lucas and boasts a rich history dating back to the 18th century. The Mission of San José del Cabo, founded in 1730, is the southernmost of the Jesuit missions that comprise the trail leading from the Baja California peninsula to California. You'll find art galleries, designer shops, bars, restaurants and local ateliers in the large plaza. Plus, the area boasts long stretches of white sand beaches, wetlands with hiking and birdwatching, and excellent snorkeling and surfing options.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Los Cabos is for lovers

    There's a reason why many of Hollywood's glitterati tie the knot in Los Cabos. It's the perfect place for a destination wedding, with a wide choice of oceanside venues and catering options for every budget.  But it's also the ideal place to rekindle romance, no matter what the occasion. Here at the Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, lovers of all ages delight in watching the glorious sunset from their luxurious oceanside cabanas.

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Celebration time

    Speaking of romance,  there is nothing more glorious than a sunset cruise that leads you past The Arches and out to the high seas. This young lady from New Orleans wisely decided to plan her bachelorette party in Los Cabos to include a sunset cruise. As per her testimony, a good time – with indelible memories created – was had by all!

    Photo courtesy of Tony DiBona

  • Lunar magic

    A supermoon creates a dramatic backdrop over the Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach resort.

    Photo courtesy of Joanne DiBona


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