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Los Cabos is one of the most prominent beach and resort destinations in the world. Home to some of the most luxurious hotel properties, Los Cabos is also full of world renowned restaurants and top golf courses of the world. 

Lost Cabos has protected its marine life, and one of the remaining places in the world with the most abundant marine life. It’s also a land of contrast, with some of the most amazing beaches of the world, but also has deserts and mountains. 

If you’re looking for your next travel destination, then Los Cabos is a place we highly recommend. 

Where is Los Cabos located?

Los Cabos is known as the Land’s End. This is because of it’s location, at the tip of the Southern Baja California Peninsula. The Sea of Cortez borders Los Cabos on the east and The Pacific Ocean, to the west. 

Los Cabos is composed of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, likened by a twenty mile Resort Corridor. 


Reaching Los Cabos

There are two ways to travel to Los Cabos. From USA, Canada and Mexico there are a lot of excellent flights, with more than 250 flights per week. The Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) is located just 8 miles north from San Jose del Cabo and 23 miles from Cabo San Lucas. Los Cabos has 550 weekly operations, serving round 40 destinations. 


Best Time to Visit Los Cabos


The most popular time to visit Los Cabos is from October to May. This time will be the best when it comes to weather. Expect endless sun, and lots of warmth. Of course, when the weather is good, expect that prices are at its peak and that there are droves of people who will be visiting the place. Luckily, there are so many activities to do that your vacation in Los Cabos will always be worth it. 

The most crowded time will be during Octobers, when the fishing tournaments happen. 

May to June is a good time to visit too, as it’s just after Spring Break and before the rainy season comes so brave. 

For the off season, you may opt to travel from August to September, with some of the best rates even with expensive and luxury resorts, however some rain should be considered.


Things to do Before Traveling to Los Cabos:

Bring Biodegradable Sunscreen

Los Cabos has one of the most amazing underwater marine life in the whole 

world, and it’s for everyone’s interest that you take your share of taking care of the environment while traveling here. Look for reef safe sunscreen products. Lessen your use of single use of plastic, and always dispose trash properly. Small ways always go a long way. And always be on the lookout on different rules they have set out for protecting the environment. 

Time Share Pitches

If you think Timeshares are out, you’ll get surprised in Cabo. So many people are ready to invite unsuspecting tourists to give out their Timeshare pitches. This can be an extreme time suck for you and best to avoid it. Know your itinerary properly, and the people you need to meet for your hotel or activities you booked to make sure no one lures you to listen to them for hours. Unless you really want a timeshare. 

Convert Your Money to Pesos

If you’re traveling and mostly staying in your resort, and planning to spend there, you might plan to just put everything in your card, or to just bring your US dollars. And that’s perfectly fine. 

However, if you plan to go around and visit a few places and hire out activities outside your property, best to exchange some Peso. Why? Exchange rates will differ and there will be times that you are waiting to get a change and get surprised that they give you change in Peso instead of USD. 

Safety in Los Cabos

Safety when traveling in South America is something people always consider. And Los Cabos is a very safe place to travel to. It’s one of the places that are heavily guarded and checked, and there are a lot of properties and travelers yearly going to Los Cabos, so you can easily consider travel here as safe and easy. 

Not All Beaches Are Swimmable

Due to the location of Los Cabos, not all of its beaches are for swimming. This is because of the very strong water undertow. It’s at the tip of The California Peninsula, and has a location where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. It’s best to get yourself familiarized with all the beaches, and get all the information you need to make sure that beach you’ll be visiting is safe. Divorce beach for example is one of the beaches not for swimming. 

Here is a list of all the Los Cabos Beaches: 

Lover’s Beach 

Divorce Beach  (Playa del Divorcio) 

Medano Beach 

Solmar Beach 

San Jose Del Cabo Beaches


Costa Azul Beach 

Palmilla Beach 

The Tourist Corridor Beaches 

Widow’s Beach 

Santa Maria Beach 

Chileno Beach 

El Tule Beach 


Things To Do in Los Cabos

Apart from staying in your resort and enjoying Los Cabos’ visits to the beach, there are a lot of activities that you can do to truly enjoy a wonderful experience here. 

  • Visit the El Arco De Cabo San Lucas 
  • Cabo Pulmo National Park 
  • Visit the town of Todos Santos 
  • Swim in the Playa Santa Maria 
  • If you’re visiting around the months of December to April, do whale watching activities. 
  • Do diving activities. 
  • Do outdoor activities like ATV and buggy trips. 
  • Golfing. 
  • Try sport fishing. 


Where to Stay in Los Cabos

We currently have access to  more than 100 beautiful vacation villas in the greater Los Cabo area. Our guests staying at these villas can choose from a variety of on-site services, combining the luxury and privacy of the villa lifestyle with resort-style amenities. To ensure the highest level of quality, our staff and partners staff personally inspects each vacation rental property on a regular basis. 

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