About Cabo San Lucas
CSL, with its large marina and the beautiful San Lucas bay where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, is famous for its casual atmosphere and exciting nightlife.
A longtime favorite for sport fishing and those out to land the big one, Cabo also has great beaches, lots of shopping and restaurants, and a variety of all inclusive hotels and resorts for any budget. The place is also known for its famous stone arch, called El Arco, a magnificent natural rock formation at Land's End.
The main beach, El Medano is a long sandy main beach, great for swimming and watersports, with lots of fun restaurants by the edge with sand under your feet and postcard perfect views.
A popular port of call for cruise ships along the Mexican Riviera, Cabo is also a popular destination for Spring Break and a hideaway for the rich and famous.
About San Jose del Cabo
Twenty miles northeast, San Jose del Cabo is Cabo San Lucas' sister city, a charming and romantic colonial town with the flavor of Old Mexico.
Founded as a mission in 1730, San Jose is a mile inland from the hotel zone along San Jose Bay. In the small historic downtown, courtyard restaurants, boutiques and art galleries surround the main square and twin spire mission church.
Gourmet dining, sophisticated wine bars, and live Latin entertainment heat up the night. A family-oriented traditional town, San Jose is the quiet side of Los Cabos.
With the area's best surf beaches, a palm filled estuary ideal for bird watching, a sea turtle nursery and the Sierra de la Laguna mountains to explore, San Jose is an ideal destination for nature and adventure lovers.
The Tourist (Golden) Corridor
Between CSL and San Jose, the Tourist Corridor is home to some of the world's finest resorts, championship golf courses and incredible beaches.
A 20-mile drive, winds along the coast through stunning scenery, with three of Los Cabos' best bays for swimming and watersports.
A perfect destination for groups, weddings, families and couples, the Tourist Corridor's luxurious resorts are so relaxing you'll never want to leave.
East Cape (Cabo del Este)
120 km SE of La Paz, and 64 km NE of Los Cabos International Airport, off Highway #1 along the Sea of Cortez, the waters of the East Cape or "Cabo del Este" as it’s known locally, have attracted sport fishermen for many decades.
Coastal lagoons offer amazing birds and other wildlife. Ancient Indian rock paintings in the mountains. Sensational sportfishing, diving, windsurfing & trekking are some of the adventures that await you here.