Los Cabos, Baja California Peninsula

LOS CABOS, BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA

Welcome to Los Cabos, which is set along one of the world’s longest peninsulas—800 miles of spectacular Pacific coast!
Explore this popular destination with the help of your Awe-Inclusive Planner. Just ask us for ideas for exciting off-property activities, like a snorkeling excursion or an unforgettable whale-watching tour. Here are some sites and attractions you won’t want to miss:
 

Cabo San Lucas

Visit this famed resort city at the end of the Baja California peninsula. Playa El Médano, Cabo’s main beach, is lined with outdoor restaurants and lively bars. Other beaches here range in style from serene to surfer’s paradise.

The Arch

El Arco is the distinctive rock formation at Land’s End, the southern tip of Cabo San Lucas. Cruises (day and sunset) and sailing trips afford great views of this iconic landmark. Look for sea lions!

San José del Cabo

Catch a more laid-back vibe in this beach town. Admire 18th-century Spanish colonial architecture, enjoy the beautiful Playa Palmilla—one of Mexico’s best
beaches—or explore the hard coral reef at Cabo Pulmo Marine Park, where you can scuba dive or kayak. Nature enthusiasts will also appreciate San Jose’s Estuary and Bird Sanctuary, home to 200 bird species.

Todos Los Santos

Tour the colonial town of Todos Santos, known for its supreme surfing, vibrant artists’ colony and as home to the Hotel California, the inspiration for the classic Eagles song.

Whale Watching

The Baja California Peninsula is a prime whale-watching spot, where you’ll see a breathtaking variety of whales and dolphins. The main whale-watching season is late February through April. Various cruises are available.