At the southern tip of Mexico’s magnificent peninsula lies Los Cabos, a resort mecca blessed with a perfect climate and an average year-round temperature of 78 degrees F. It is here the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortés come together, creating a rich marine eco-system unrivaled in diversity and beauty. Fishing, diving, surfing, kayaking and numerous other watersports activities attract avid outdoor enthusiasts from around the world.
Los Cabos collectively refers to two picturesque towns, Cabo San Lucas at the southern tip and San José del Cabo twenty miles to the northeast, separated by a resort corridor that boasts luxurious world-class hotels and golf resorts. Just ten minutes from Los Cabos International airport lies the tranquil colonial town of San José del Cabo. Cabo San Lucas, known for its white sand beaches and "El Arco", the perfect arch at the southernmost tip of the magnificent Baja Peninsula, offers a great nightlife full of excellent restaurants and nightclubs. In contrast to the hustle and bustle party atmosphere found in Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo is quaint and colorful with a colonial plaza centered round its magnificent mission in the town square. Puerto Los Cabos, the new state-of-the-art marina complex and golf resort being built at Pueblo La Playa, is just minutes from downtown San José.