ATTRACTING TOURISTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD
1,139 Miles from the International Border
75° Avg. Temp.
Located at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos (the capes) has been one of Mexico’s fastest growing resort areas for the past 10 years, attracting tourists from all over the world! A flourishing resort area with strong combination appeal as a leisure, beach, ecotourism, diving and sport-fishing destination, Los Cabos hosts more than 150 flights a week totaling approximately 42,000 visitors per month.
Los Cabos is essentially divided into three different regions. The colonial town of San José del Cabo has a flavor of its own and is steeped in Old World charm. Mango, avocado and orange trees grow abundantly in the region.
Twenty miles south is Cabo San Lucas, which still retains its original feeling of a fishing village. Here you’ll find impressive fishing fleets and boats available for rental. Los Cabos has been long known as the “Marlin Fishing Capital of the World.” Connecting these two towns is “The Corridor,” home of gorgeous beaches, championship golf courses and world-class five-star resorts.