The Mexican municipality of Los Cabos is one of those destinations that fully embraces tourism in all its forms. Located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, it includes the popular tourist destinations of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. But it also has some of the most beautiful beaches and natural beauty in North America. So as you might expect, you can find just about any distraction available in Los Cabos.
There are a few thousand hotel rooms available, but one of the more popular options is to take advantage of the area’s many vacation rentals.
You can explore the area’s pristine beaches or rent a boat to snorkel and fish in the magnificent Sea of Cortez.
There are a couple of dozen beaches in the area, ranging from popular public beaches to secluded coves and private beaches owned by specific resorts. Each beach is a bit different and there are so many of them that you could visit a new one each day of your trip.
Deserts and Mountains
The local deserts are a popular activity and people decide to rent an ATV and explore the area as part of a guided tour. But you can also take an adventure desert tour by renting a motorcycle, four-wheel buggy or even a Hummer. And while it might sound a bit crazy, you can even take a desert camel ride, which turns out to be a pretty fun way to explore.
The local mountains are filled with hiking and climbing paths of all skill levels. Standing on top of a mountain overlooking the city takes sightseeing in Los Cabos to an entirely new level. And then you can top off the experience with a zip line trip across the canyons of Baja California.
Sightseeing in Los Cabos is a popular activity and there are both guided and self-guided tours available.
There are a number of different boat tours, from simple sightseeing to fishing expeditions, scuba diving, and snorkeling. If you’re in the mood for romance, check out the intimate dinner tours that allow you to spend some special time with a loved one while eating a gourmet dinner surrounded by the sights of the city skyline.
If you’re looking for a larger view of the area, you can take to the air by taking a helicopter or small plane tour. And for the really adventurous, there are plenty of options for renting an ultralight Glider or parasailing the ocean.
So whether you’ve opted for a hotel room on the beach, an all-inclusive resort or one of the area’s many vacation rentals, you’ll have the vacation of a lifetime when you visit Los Cabos.