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The Jewel of the Baja Peninsula 

Formerly a sleepy fishing port, Los Cabos has transformed into one of the most elite resort destinations in Mexico. Known as “the jewel” of the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos offers gorgeous scenery, exhilarating water sports, and a staggering 360 days of sunshine per year.

Los Cabos encompasses the area between Cabo San Lucas, a vibrant town known for its nightlife, and San José del Cabo, its quainter, more subdued colonial-style counterpart. Along the 20-mile corridor connecting the two towns, you'll find beautiful white-sand beaches, championship golf courses, and some of the world's very best fishing.

Los Cabos is known globally as the Marlin Capital of the World; its prime location at the intersection of Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez provides a unique nutrient-rich environment where fish like marlin, tuna, dorado, wahoo, and sailfish thrive. Enjoy freshly caught fish prepared by your private villa chef or indulge in one of the fantastic local seafood restaurants.

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Top Los Cabos Attractions

Lands End – At sunset, head to the southern tip of Cabo San Lucas, where the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez meet. As the sun sets behind the towering rock formations– including the iconic El Arco, “the Arch” – you may feel as though you really are sitting at the end of the world. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even kayak to El Arco; other options include a water taxi or glass-bottom boat.

Lovers Beach – Located near Lands End is Lovers Beach, one of Los Cabos’ most famous beaches, and for good reason: the dramatic rock towers on either side of the beach make you feel as if you’re swimming in a hidden cove.  While the water on the Pacific Ocean side of the beach can be rough, the Sea of Cortez is calm and crystal-clear, perfect for snorkeling. Charter a water taxi to the beach and bring a picnic – you’ll want to stay all day.

ATV Tours – Get off-road to explore trails along the ocean, coast over sand dunes, and gain access to spectacular views, all while getting up-close-and-personal with the region’s natural flora and fauna. ATV tours are popular and widely available across the region, and beginner lessons are available for those new to four-wheel driving. Exploring Los Cabos by ATV is an exhilarating experience you won’t soon forget.