The famous Mexican beach town of Los Cabos is located at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, in the state of Baja California Sur. It encompasses the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, as well as the hotel zone (the corridor) that lies between the two. Like many Mexican coastal towns Cabo thrives on fishing and tourism, with the main drawcards being sports fishing and golf. Los Cabos is a coastal town with a desert backdrop, in the warmer months temperatures reach 90 deg F with occasional showers during the day and during winter temps range from 80 deg during the day and around 60 deg at night.
Los Cabos sits on the Sea of Cortez and is surrounded by low lying mountains with a dry landscape, which is the first thing you see when flying into the Los Cabos International Airport. The airport has flights arriving daily from all parts of the world, on the short drive to your hotel you will see a transformation from the desert to tropical palm trees. The Los Cabos corridor spans across 32 km and is home to hotels where the rich and famous often visit, as you make your way to your destination you will pass through San Jose del Cabo a traditional Mexican town.
What ever kind of vacation you are looking for you will find it in Los Cabos, it is the perfect destination with the main tourist area called the Golden Zone in the San Lucas Harbor. Be sure to go and explore.
The hardest thing to decide on when you arrive or before you arrive is what to do, for the fishing enthusiast you are in the right location with sports fishing and big game fishing tours daily. Sailing, swimming with dolphins, zip-lining, ATV expeditions through the desert are just some of many adventures waiting for you, one famous Cabo landmark that you can not miss getting up close to is the El Archo (The Arch) which is a haven for marine life and a great location to see the passing whale migration.
Aside from the beautiful landscapes and adventure wonderland Los Cabo is also famous for its night light and party atmosphere, by day and night the town is alive with music and entertainment. Be sure to try the local cuisines and the yummy fish tacos.