Did you know that

the whales come to this beautiful paradise to spend the winter in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez

Attraction in Los Cabos


If you have an inclination towards the beach life, you should experience it in Los Cabos. With plenty of options like Playa Anónima or the Anonymous Beach, La Playita or the Little Beach, Playa Acapulquito or the Old Man's Beach, El Estero, La Ribera, Playa Hotelera and sixteen others you will be totally swept over. These beaches, besides having rich biodiversity and aesthetic beauty, host enormous number of activities to keep you entertained. So whether you are looking for some action, a picnic with your parents, a romantic stroll with your partner or some lone time with yourself, you are bound to get it here.

If you want to get the feel of the desert sand and icy mountains then you can book for yourself a jeep safari. These safaris include an interesting ride through the riverbeds and canyons to the unexplored lands of Los Cabos. If you like gardens, there is the Cacti Mundi, which is a botanical garden full of native succulent plants of Mexico and it is situated in the middle of San Jose del Cabo. El Arco or the Arch of Poseidon is among Los Cabos' most conspicuous landmarks. Eroded by sand, wind and surf for ages, this is a natural rocky formation of not less than 200ft towering over the edge of Baja Peninsula. If you want to get the taste of Los Cabos' history then you must visit Museo de las Californias, Iglesia de San Lucas, Palacio Municipal and El Faro de Cabo Falso or the Lighthouse of the False Cape. All of these places very heavily reflect the rich historical and cultural value of this place.