Los Cabos lies at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. The municipality is comprised of the two towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo including the Corridor. The Corridor, a twenty mile stretch between the towns, lies at the edge of the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez. With its warm, dry climate and yearly 300 plus days of sunshine, it is the perfect location to enjoy golden beaches, golf courses, wildlife, festivals, fishing, whale watching, and more.


Music is a way of life in these festive towns. Fiesta de La Musica is annually held in downtown San Jose del Cabo in June. The Fiesta de Cabo San Lucas is a St. Luke’s Day celebration of dancing in the streets, music, and other events. Festival de San Jose del Cabo is another religious festival held annually. Parties, music, a carnival, and parades are included in the festivities on several days in March.

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Whale Watching

Year-round Los Cabos events abound with happenings to please nearly everyone. The months of October through April is the most likely time to spot whales just offshore. Eight of the world’s 11 whale species swim to the Sea of Cortez to breed and nurse their young. Whale watching tours are available, but not necessary for catching their frolicking acts. They can be seen from water taxis, wave runners, or even from one of the beaches.


The Cabos municipality, known as the marlin capital, hosts annual fishing tournaments that draw international competitors. The summer tournaments are Pelagic Triple Crown of Fishing Summer Slam, Annual Stars & Stripes Fishing and Golf Tournament, East Cape Dorado Shootout, and Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Tournament. Fall anglers can participate in these tournaments: Annual Los Cabos Billfish Tournament, Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore Tournament, Bisbee’s Black and Blue Marlin Tournament, and Western Outdoor News Tuna Jackpot Tournament.

Running, Shopping, Markets

Land lovers can also enjoy Los Cabos events. In February, runners can participate in the Los Cabos Half Marathon. If walking is your preferred speed, there is much to be discovered in this vacation paradise. The San Jose del Cabo Art Walk every Thursday evening from October through June is a must-do. Explore the galleries and shops on Obregon Street behind the church and town square from 5-9 p.m. Every Friday between November and April shoppers can browse the Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla located in San Jose del Cabo. Organic produce, arts and crafts, artisan loaves of bread, and other prepared foods are available for purchase.