Los Cabos is situated at the tip of the Baja Peninsula and consists of two major townships. Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are the two heavenly vacation spots that make up Los Cabos. Two territories are linked by a 32 km corridor, hosting some of the world’s finest resorts, luxurious accommodations, private vacation villas, signature golf courses and many more.
San Jose del Cabo is known for its historical nature. Despite the fact the area has calm and laidback atmosphere, attractions and amenities are just as desirable as of its more upbeat counterpart Cabo San Lucas. In the heart of San Jose del Cabo, you will discover Estero San Jose – a tropical estuary. This is a great location for kayaking and observation of bird faunas or other wildlife the local ecosystem has to offer. Having Rio San Jose as the contributing river, this 125 acre large estuary plays a significant role in the environment of San Jose.
Cabo San Lucas possesses a fun energy and is popular for its hip nightlife. The city’s attractions and “things to do” are even better during daytime. The luxurious Marina, known for its high quality services, is amongst the many. The Marina is capable of hosting lavish yachts and prestigious vessels up to 200 feet long. Also, Playa Del Amor (Lover’s Beach) is a must visit beach for couples, where they can stroll along the shore holding hands. It’s absolutely an ideal spot for romance. Even the signage at the entrance reads: “Here, all the beauty is natural, just leave your trace on the sand”.
There are more than 51 hotels and 10,000 rooms in Los Cabos. From boutique hotels, hotels “gran turismo” to resorts stretching from East Cape to San Jose del Cabo. Despite the fact that the official language of the region of Los Cabos is the Spanish language, English is also widely spoken.
San Jose del Cabo offers a wide range of exclusive boutiques and galleries with high-end works of art, handcrafts, jewelry, clothing and much more. Cabo San Lucas boasts a large selection of clothing stores and artisan goods, souvenir shops and markets, as well as a Luxury Avenue Los Cabos shopping center.
Tourists enjoy numerous eco-activities such as whale watching, trekking tours, mountain biking, bird watching, rock climbing and swimming with whale sharks. Water sports include diving, snorkeling, parasailing, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, waterskiing and sailing. During the evening, you may watch a sunset while horseback riding and taking a moonlit walk right after.
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