A PLACE IN THE SUN
CABO’S MESMERIZING LANDSCAPES
A more idyllic location is tough to imagine. Los Cabos, also known as “Land’s End,” sits at the tip of the southern Baja Peninsula. Here, sun-warmed desert meets the ocean, and sand dunes rise up into mountainous vistas. The climate is equally spectacular. Los Cabos basks in 350 clear days each year, providing a reliably sunny playground for every season.
MEXICO’S MOST DESIRABLE DESTINATION
DIVERSITY IN LAND AND CULTURE
In Los Cabos, everything is close at hand. The international airport brings travellers to the heart of the peninsula. From here, it’s a short drive to historic San José del Cabo, the buzzing energy of downtown Cabo San Lucas, and to the doorstep of Mar a Cielo’s luxury homes. Explore the area’s rich culture and carefully-preserved towns, or experience nature’s diversity in land and water. Relax, golf, swim, and play in one of the world’s most sought-after destinations.
PLAY ON LAND AND IN WATER
ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVENTURE
The Baja’s pristine waters have called to visitors for decades. Fine-sand beaches slip into gentle waves made for swimming, snorkelling, SCUBA diving, and kayaking. Thrill-seekers leap from the rocky cliffs, and surfing has become a prime attraction. Celebrated golf courses are ready to challenge players of all abilities, while hiking and biking trails invite land-lovers to explore the diverse geography. At every turn, stunning views demand more than a momentary glance.
MEXICO’S MOST PROGRESSIVE AREAS FOR ECOTOURISM
The area’s rich ecosystems offer rare habitat for wild birds, small mammals, and marine life. The Bay of San José del Cabo estuary is home to about 250 species, including migratory birds from South America. Over 850 types of fish navigate these waters, including marlin, sailfish, and swordfish. Sharp-eyed visitors will also see migrating humpback and grey whales each winter and spring. Underwater, the coral reefs of Cabo Pulmo National Park offer a vibrant display of color and form. From sea to sky, preservation leads the way, thanks to initiatives such as the Los Cabos Sea Turtle Release Program and other ecotourism opportunities.
FROM WILDLIFE TO NIGHTLIFE
THE DYNAMIC SPIRIT OF BAJA
Here, life is a daily celebration. After sun-drenched days on the beach, the towns of Los Cabos come alive with music, laughter, and dance. Acclaimed chefs craft unforgettable plates from land and sea. Historic squares become gathering places for locals and visitors alike. The town of San José del Cabo charms with cobbled streets, adobe architecture, and swaying jacaranda trees. Graceful homes dating back to the 19th century have new life as restaurants, shops, and galleries showcasing work from talented local artists.
A TANTALIZING CALENDAR OF CULINARY EVENTS
From bold culinary experiences to authentic flavors, the menu is as diverse as the land – and each season provides new gastronomic adventures. Summer celebrates the fruit of the organ pipe cactus. Luscious mangoes take center stage in the Todos Santos Mango Festival. December’s Sabor a Cabo attracts over 3,000 foodies eager to sample inventive dishes from local chefs. Wine and cheese events, the GastroVino Food & Wine Festival, and the annual Taco Fest Los Cabos round out a truly delicious calendar of events.