San Jose del Cabo is a small and colorful town, perfect for strolls and shopping, as well as sipping regional drinks at the many bars within the area. Thursday nights become a true display of art and crafts at its ‘Art Walk’ taking place from November to June. Several studios and galleries offer wine and liquor tasting, and live music heats up the nights full of paintings, jewelry and sculptures everywhere.
El Chileno Beach
A relaxing scenery by the Tourist Corridor of Los Cabos, where the most spectacular sunsets take place –pretty close to El Arco. Certified with Blue Flag’, this beach is one of the top attractions for those seeking a day by the beach.
ATV Routes in Los Cabos
The contrast of desert, sea and forest landscapes attracts tourists and locals and one activity not to be missed to live the experience at its best is immersing in an ATV journey to visit the beach at Cerritos, the mountains of Sierra Laguna, Cabo Pulmo National Park, el Cañon de la Zorra (Fox Canyon) and tour the colorful town of Los Cabos. Trails leading to unexpected destinations while driving a jeep, motorbike or buggy are quite a fascinating activity
Some spots in Los Cabos are just ideal for practicing snorkeling, diving and surfing, just like Mulege. Being a fishermen town, this is a privileged place for doing sport fishing on the Santa Rosalia River.
Coronado Islands, four jewels of Baja California
A group of four islands at the northeast coast of Baja California considered by many as the most beautiful of the state. Large biodiversity richness captivates visitors, as they hold the title of being one of the biggest natural marine reserves in Mexico: approximately 160 species of birds, sea lions, elephant seals, dolphins, pelicans, goldfish and roosterfish are some of the species found here.
A very colorful town that showcases a relaxed lifestyle; here visitors find plenty of ecological tourist activities and water sports, as well as vibrant cultural displays of art and traditions, such as the famous Art Festival, Reggae and Latino Film Festival, together with the grand celebration in honor of Patron Saints.
Year after year whales migrate to the warm waters of Los Cabos area and many guided tours are offered to enjoy the show up close to encounter to these gigantic mammals after making their +10,000-mile way to the south to breed and mate.
The end of the Earth
Being the last spot of the Baja California Peninsula, locals have named it The Land’s End. El Arco, or The Arch is a stunning piece of rock been carved to the shape of an arch along thousands of years by relentless waters. This is the very tip of the peninsula, and it is probably the most famous image of Los Cabos around the world. There, the waters of the Pacific Ocean and Mar de Cortes, or Gulf of California, meet.