Nestled at the foot of the Sierra de la Laguna mountains and flanked by the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other, Los Cabos is an outdoor enthusiasts’ dream. A sparkling oasis where the desert meets the sea, Cabos’ year round sun and temperate ocean air are home to Nicklaus and Dye designed golf courses, an estuary with 250 species of tropical birds, and the mating waters of humpback and gray whales. Cobblestone streets lined with colonial architecture and jacaranda trees reveal boutiques with fine silver and leather handicrafts, upscale restaurants serving renowned Baja cuisine, and bars offering electric nightlife. Acquaint yourself with both land and sea through an impressive array of activities. Explore the dunes by buggy, cast a line off a deep-sea vessel, catch a wave, swim with sharks or venture out to the El Arco rocks to stand where the Pacific and Gulf of California meet. There’s no shortage of ways to experience Mexico’s top west coast retreat.
Los Cabos is the collective name for both Cabo San Lucas and the Old Town of San Jose del Cabo. Once an obscure fishing village, Cabo is now a thriving city that sprawls across the map with stunning coastal views, a vibrant nightlife and a wealth of Old World charm.
If you love water sports, there's no end of things to do in Los Cabos. For avid scuba divers and snorkelers, there is an unusual natural phenomenon known as sand waterfalls, where underwater currents propel tons of sand over submerged rock formations in a stunning and never-ending waterfall pattern. There are also colorful and exotic tropical fish species to enjoy in the underground seascape. For those who would like to view this underwater world without getting wet, there are Los Cabos tours of the bay in glass-bottomed boats.
The area is also known for its prime deep-sea fishing. Hiring a boat and guide for a day on the high seas promises adventure and perhaps the catch of a lifetime, as the warm ocean currents attract large game fish such as marlin, tuna and sailfish. Other Los Cabos activities include mountain biking and ATV tours in the surrounding hills.
One of the top attractions in Los Cabos is the Church of San Lucas, a 300-year old Spanish mission-style church boasting period features. Many other buildings in Cabo date to the city's founding and reflect its Colonial past.
There are plenty of local spots to let your hair down and enjoy some of "la vida loca," with bars and nightclubs popular with tourist and local alike dotting the main streets in Los Cabos.
Stop for an up-close look at Cabo's famous Land's End arch and Lover's Beach and capture a photo of these spectacular natural wonders. Watch for the resident sea lions as they play in the water and rest on the rocks.
Cabo Adventures is one of the world's premier sailing companies and our attention to detail and warm friendly service is unrivalled. So, kick back on one of our deluxe french sailboats and let the tropical winds carry you over the turquoise waters to the secluded natural beaches of the Sea of Cortés and beyond. The stunning beauty and fun, relaxed activities on our sailing adventure make for a wonderful day that will stay with you forever.
Join us for Cabo's most complete snorkeling tour and discover why the famed ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau called the waters around Cabo "the world's aquarium." This tour takes you beyond the hotel zone to secluded coves and isolated beaches for the ultimate snorkel excursion. It's the only snorkeling tour in Cabo San Lucas combining power snorkeling, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, and a comfortable, Apex high-speed boat ride.
Enjoy the beauty of nature driving through the desert, mountains, canyons, a huge dry stream and a beautiful beach with sand dunes and spectacular ocean side cliffs. This is the best ATV tour around the world. Don't miss it.