Los Cabos know as “Land’s End” for being located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula is a magic land full of contrast, from breathtaking seas, to desert and mountains.
Los Cabos climate is similar to Palm Springs, the hot summer months are from July to September and is considered the low season- a great time to take advantage of vacation specials. Average highs remain comfortable year-round, averaging from mid 70’s ºF in winter months to mid 90's ºF in the summer, with very low annual rainfall due to its desert environment.
At the tip of Baja California Sur you'll find the dual destination of Los Cabos. Part of the excitment when traveling to Los Cabos is exploring the region’s two dramatically distinct towns.
Tranquil San Jose del Cabo retains the look and feel of an authentic Mexican town. Cobblestone roads, intimate restaurants and boutiques emanate from the town's main square and mission church. Exuberan Cabo San Lucas, on the other end of the highway (the Corridor), you'll find a town that never sleeps with night life, clubs, bars, luxury malls, restaurants all centered around the marina.
North American’s often refer to Los Cabos as Land’s End as it is located on the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula south of California, and was first put on the map due to it's world class sport fishing. Thanks to its close proximity to the U.S., Los Cabos has been greatly influenced by the US in terms of developments, shopping malls, and tourist centers. However, the remarkable setting where the sapphire Sea of Cortez meets desert and mountains is unique to Los Cabos, and a favorite of American and Canadian brides looking for the perfect destination wedding.
The stretch of shoreline that make-up Los Cabos expands into 3 distinct areas, San José del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas and the 20-mile Corridor connecting both.
Along the Corridor and you'll find many of the luxurious resorts, impressive spas and championship golf courses for which Los Cabos has become famous. The Corridor is also home to some of the area’s best beaches for water sports. Medano beach, on the end of the Corridor where Cabo San Lucas begins, is the epicenter for party and play.
What to do; take a tour to El Arco, the iconic arch at Land's End. Snorkel, scuba dive, take a swing on a Championship Golf Course, catch a Marlin on a fishing tour you'll never forget, explore on a ATV or horseback riding, go whale watching, walk on the artsy side and wine and dine, go beach hopping, relax in the most amazing spa's, say I do in a stunning beach Cabo venue, at Los Cabos there's endless possibilities.
About the nightlife, with easy access to Puerto Vallarta, after a delicious meal in Riviera Nayarit restaurants and pubs will find their way to downtown Vallarta.
Whether is by air, land or water, Los Cabos is very accessible. The airport holds up to 518 weekly operations, serving 40 destinations, connecting with different states in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Once you have arrived for an amazing vacation or destination wedding, take your time, relax and enjoy paradise at “Lands End.”