There is no destination quite like it. The sea all but surrounds this small tip of the Baja California peninsula. Its climate is among the best everywhere. It provides leisurely relaxation, vigorous activity and all points in between.
Few places can make the claim Los Cabos makes: it is the perfect place for those whose definition of success is a life of one's own.
The quiet and cultural side of Los Cabos, San José del Cabo features a charming downtown area with 18th Century architecture, a relaxed pace and old-fashioned hospitality. Savor the pleasures of small-town life as you stroll through its colonial town square surrounded by intimate courtyard cafés, art galleries and shops.
The town of Cabo San Lucas sits at the tip of the Baja California peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. A popular port of call for cruise ships, Cabo has an excellent marina, a fine swimming beach offering a range of water sports, and a lively, downtown area easily explored on foot. Cabo San Lucas nightlife is probably one of the best you'll ever experience.
The 20-mile oceanfront Tourist Corridor between the two towns boasts dramatic views of the Sea of Cortez. The area has found new fame for its high End Real estate developments and oceanfront championship golf courses, designed by some of the leading names in golf.
Several towns and villages easily reached on day trips offering history, shopping and more. Todos Santos, originally a Jesuit mission and plantation, today is known for its fishing industry, fruit orchards and handmade crafts. Up the Pacific coast thru a wondrous desert landscape with a backdrop of jagged mountains, are small picturesque fishing villages such as Miraflores, Santiago, and the capital of Southern Baja, La Paz.
The weather in Cabo is among the most pleasant in the world, with about 350 sunny days annually. In February, the most pleasant of months here, temperatures range between 70° and 75°F. For the most part, Cabo enjoys mild temperatures between 70° and 80°F, all year. The Sea of Cortez boasts a fairly constant temperature between 70° and 75°F, making snorkeling comfortable.
Cabo is just a short flight from most U.S. international airports. You can make your great escape to the land's end in just a few hours. Commercial air service to San José del Cabo International Airport (SJD) is provided by most of the major US and Mexican airlines.
Los Cabos is home to two distinct towns: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Both have modern services such as ATM, good medical facilities, mobile phone providers and internet services. English is spoken in hotels, most stores and restaurants.
The Los Cabos airport (SJD) is located 8 miles north of San José del Cabo and 29 miles northeast of Cabo San Lucas.
Eye in Cabo Transportation:
Office: (624) 172 2410
Cell: (624) 179 1449
Driver, raul Jimenex
Corporate Travel Alliance
MX Phone: 011 52 624 142 14 00
US Phone: 619 356 4100
U.S. Citizens are required to show proof of citizenship when traveling to and from Mexico. A passport is required and highly recommended to ensure smooth entry, departure, and travel within Mexico. Expired passports are not valid. Visitors should check entry requirements with their appropriate consulates.
Los Cabos is home to some of the best resorts and international hotel chains in the world, attracting visitors from around the globe. Visitors will find some of the finest resort and hotels with innumerable choices of suites and well-appointed rooms to suit a wide range of preferences.
Los Cabos is internationally renowned as a fishing destination. The waters here teem with Dorado and Yellow fin Tuna, Wahoo and Rooster Fish. The abundance of black, blue and stripped Marlin has earned it the moniker of the "Marlin Capital of the World."
MINERVA FLEET - Ph: 143 1282
PICANTE - Ph: 143 2474
PICES FISHING FLEET - Ph: 143 1288
Perfect weather, spectacular ocean views, and exquisite resorts, world-class golf is just par for the course. A golfer's paradise that Golf Digest and Golf magazine touted as one of the world's top 15 destinations. With a combination of ocean, desert, and mountain landscapes, golf in Los Cabos is unlike that in any other destination. Local golf courses have attracted such notable designers as Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones Jr., and Tom Weiskopf.
Deep in the desert backcountry of Baja, rancho cowboys on horseback still herd cattle as in the days of the Old West. In Los Cabos and throughout the peninsula, there is a traditional equestrian culture dating from Spanish times. Ride, along sea-washed beaches, flowering desert landscapes and world-class stables with professional equestrian guides.
CUADRA SAN FRANCISCO
Ph: 144 0160
Horseback Riding (Desert, Beach, Canyon)
Over 25 miles of the Los Cabos coastline are reserved for an ecological preserve. Take an unforgettable journey through the park's network of trails, arroyos, mountains, and narrow canyons while enjoying magnificent views of the Sea of Cortez.
MOTOSOL Ph: 143 9310
Located next to Hotel Cabo San Lucas. Snorkeling, scuba diving, and kayaks available.
Located in Cabo San Lucas. Ideal for swimming and dining on the sand. Snorkeling, scuba diving, wave runners, parasailing, glass bottom boats available.
Located next to Pamilla Hotel. Deep-sea fishing also available.
Take water adventures to a speedy new level by cruising on a wave runner while you explore the local coastline, alongside whales and dolphins - an exhilarating and not-to-be-missed adventure.
Available at Medano Beach.
Explore the Sea of Cortez and stunning coast of Baja. Enjoy half - and full-day sightseeing tours of the coast with lunch, snorkeling, diving or fishing options.
An unforgettable Baja experience.
Ph: 143 2714 / 75453 - Sailing Boat / Sunset
Ph: 143 4050, 122 3425- Catamarans, Snorkel and Sunset
Ph: 143 7676- Catamaran, Snorkel and Sunset - Bay Cruise
(subject to catamaran availability)
Ph: 044 624 147 7037 - Snorkel and Sunset, Motor Catamaran
(22 pax max.)
Los Cabos is a recreational sailor's dream with endless undeveloped coastline, small islands and open waters to explore. A world-class sea kayaking destination with coves, inlets, water caves and beaches that are only accessible by kayak.
Dive into the sparkling waters of the Sea of Cortes, described by Jacques Cousteau as the "world's aquarium". A colorful underwater world of beauty and wonder with living coral reefs, sand falls, ocean canyons, old shipwrecks to explore - and everything from tropical and schooling fish to Hammerhead sharks, Moray eels and turtles.
Ph: 143 2700
Surfing in Los Cabos offers diversity in location; break direction, level of difficulty and some of the greatest coastal scenery you are likely to experience anywhere in the world. With hundreds of miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, spending a few days scouting ridable breaks is a great adventure.
Ph: 142 26 66
From January to March, Los Cabos is blessed with the arrival of the majestic grey whales. Migrating from Alaska to calve and winter in the warm waters of the Baja Peninsula. Grey whales may be spotted spouting and frolicking along the coast. The sensation of connecting with these gentle, playful animals will create lifetime memories.
Ride a series of eight of the biggest zip lines in the Baja, aptly named the Monster Zip, across wild and scenic canyons and rivers that include the longest zip line in the Baja - over a half-mile long, reaching speeds of over 56 mph.
Rock climbing, cycling and hiking are very popular activities in the Los Cabos areas. There are great mountain biking and hiking trails located in the desert around Los Cabos. Incredible rock formations and vegetation; while hiking or biking through the deserts, and encountering the wildlife indigenous to the area. Los Cabos offers a unique combination of landscapes that will captivate the outdoor adventurer.
A colorful and diverse selection of handmade arts and crafts is sold in local shops including silver jewelry, hand-painted ceramics, wrought-iron accessories, flowing Mexican dresses, woodcarvings and furnishings. Mexico's signature and internationally celebrated age-old liquor, Tequila, and Cuban cigars are available at specialty stores.
From the freshest seafood to Haute Cuisine, Los Cabos' exceptional dining has earned it a well-deserved spot on Mexico's culinary map. Cabo is a gourmet's paradise with a wide range of award winning restaurants. Group Dine-Arounds in both towns are a memorable option for group programs wishing to experience regional cuisine.
Casianos - Spontaneous Cuisine - 142 5928
Ban Tai – Thai 142.3344
El Matador – Mexican International 142.2741
French Riviera - French 142.3361
La Dolce – Italian 142.6644
Mi Cocina – Mexican International 142.5100
Tropicana – Casual International 142.1580
Tequila – Mediterranean / Seafood 142.1155
Voila – Mexican / Mediterranean / Seafood 130.7569
Zippers – Casual Mexican 172.6162 (on the beach)
Pascuales – Italian 142 0496
Abaneros – Casual Internacional 1422626
Floras Kitchen Farm
Javier's – International 1635144
H Restaurant – International – 1052974
La Forchetta – Italian 6241307723
7 Mares at Cabo Surf Hotel – Mexican/Mediterranean/Seafood 142.2666
Nick San – Japanese - 1446262
Agua at Palmilla Hotel – Mediterranean 146.7000
Market at Pamilla Hotel - Las Ventanas - Baja Mediterranean 144.2800
Pitahayas – Pacific Rim 145.8000
Salvattore – Italian – 105 1044
DOC – Italian - 1438500
Mi Casa – Mexican 143.1933
Nick San – Japanese /Sushi 143.4484
Ediths – Mexican 143 0801, 1437580
Bar la Esquina – Internacional 143 1890
Puerta Vieja – International 1043252 / 1043334
Hacienda Cocina y Cantina – Mexican17 39100
From mellow venues for enjoying sunset cocktail receptions to raucous all-night party spots. Cabo San Lucas has a deserved reputation for hard rocking, late-night party action. Check out the Giggling Marlin, Hard Rock Cafe, Squid Roe and Cabo Wabo for some of Cabo's legendary style partying. San José del Cabo is more subdued, but also offers some wonderful choices for after-hours fun.
San Jose del Cabo
Ph: 104 9300
Cabo San Lucas
Ph: 104 3911