There are so many reasons why Los Cabos is a must on your list of places to travel and here is the top 5:
1. Golf: Los Cabos is one of the top golf destinations in North America and is increasingly gaining a reputation as one of the world’s premier destinations for golf trips and some of the most scenic courses in Los Cabos are located along the coastal tourist corridor overlooking the Sea of Cortez.
2. Fishing: Along the Sea of Cotez east of San José del Cabo and to the south where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, provide some of the finest sport-fishing in the world. Los Cabos is known as the Marlin Capital of the World. More striped marlin are caught within 20 miles of Los Cabos each year than any other place in the world.
3. Dining & Nightlife: There are cantinas, cafes and restaurants offering virtually all kinds of food – European, American, Asian and of course Mexican. A local favorite is of course the fresh seafood. In the popular town of Cabo San Lucas the nightlife is spectacular and one you do not want to miss. From exclusive nightclubs known for attracting big name celebrities to small palapa style bars, there are plenty of places to party the night away or simply kick back and enjoy the ambiance.
4. Cabo’s Land’s End & the magnificent beaches: The Land’s End Arch El Arco is one of Cabo’s most famous landmarks and one of the Baja Peninsula’s most iconic images. Land’s End is located at the southernmost tip of Baja California Sur where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Among the many extraordinary beaches along the coast of Los Cabos here at Land’s End you can find the famous Lover’s Beach Playa del Amor, a hidden cove that’s only accessible by boat, water taxi or one of the many tours. During low tide it’s possible to walk along Lover’s Beach to the arch.
5. Wildlife Experiences: In Los Cabos there are endless nature and wildlife experiences you can have! One of the most famous and must see activity in Los Cabos is a whale watching excursion to witness the annual grey whale migration that takes place each year between January and March in the waters just off the coast of the Baja Peninsula. Other creatures you are most likely to spot are dolphins, sea-lions, and hammerhead sharks! Bird watchers can enjoy a visit to one of the local estuaries or a trip out into the desert where it’s possible to encounter many of the bird species that migrate to the Los Cabos area each year.