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Stretched out like a sunbather on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California Sur peninsula, Los Cabos is a natural paradise with a mesmerizing mix of desert, beach and mountain landscapes.

Mexico’s Baja California Sur peninsula is lapped by both the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, which means miles of beaches for every type of ocean-lover. Los Cabos is world-renowned for excellent surf breaks, marine-rich areas for snorkeling, and secluded stretches of sand free of crowds. It’s also building a reputation for fine Mexican cuisine and smooth-sipping mezcal.

Mexican peso
Los Cabos International Airport


San Jose Del Cabo Gallery District
Person painting an image with a paintbrush

Tucked behind San Jose del Cabo’s main plaza and the church is a clutch of 14 galleries featuring painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelers and artisans. Take a gallery stroll and admire decorative pieces from folk artists, works from contemporary painters, and prints from local photographers. Don’t miss the popular Art Walk held on Thursday evenings (November through June), which is a fun way to mingle with locals.

Costa Azul Surf Shop
Transpeninsular Hwy, 23400
Person surfboarding

Expert wave riders and first time surf-catching hopefuls will get outfitted with everything from boards to basic lessons with certified instructors at Costa Azul Surf Shop. The area is known for its many breaks, and the seasoned pros will tailor group excursions or private lessons for surfers of every level.

Cabo del Sol Ocean Course
Carretera Transpeninsular km 10.3
Oceanside golf course

Tee-off with jaw-dropping ocean views on this Jack Nicklaus Signature course that’s on the bucket list of golfers around the world. Opened in 1994, this 18-hole Par 72 water-gazing course is carved out of the craggy coastline, making it a picturesque favorite for tournaments and numerous awards.

Estero San Jose
Boulevard Antonio Mijares
Small bird perched on bush

Grab a pair of binoculars and set off for a tranquil nature walk along the winding trails in the Estero San Jose, a tropical estuary that is thick with exotic birds. Designated as a state ecological reserve in 1994, here visitors can spy sparrow hawks, white herons and red-tailed hawks taking refuge in the shade of the palm-tree lined paths of this freshwater wetland.

Whale watching
Centro, Marina
Whale emerging from ocean

Set sail on a private eco-conscious cruise to catch sight of magnificent Gray and Humpback whales. Whales migrate to the warm waters surrounding the peninsula to mate and nurse their young from late December through the end of March. The expert guides will share information about behavior patterns as observed in this pristine, natural habitat.