Hotels and Resorts in Los Cabos
Los Cabos (which means The Capes) consists of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, two wonderful destinations in one. Both are connected by a modern highway for your enjoyment and exploration.
Los Cabos, where desert wilderness is enhanced by crystal clear ocean waters. Cabos is known for some of the finest marlin fishing in the world. Situated on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos proudly claims to have over 300 days of sunshine. Los Cabos is the point where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortes. Humpback whales are seen December through March, and pelicans, sea lions, and other marine life, year round.
Cabo San Lucas is alive with restaurants and nightlife, while its sister town, San Jose del Cabo, is set in a picturesque cobblestone town, and offers the perfect dose of rest and relaxation. San Jose del Cabo is a semi-tropical town lined with avocado and mango trees. Both resort areas have ultra-modern hotels. Between the two is a golfers paradise, with some of the world’s finest championship golf courses.
Seafood is the main fare in the restaurants, but many also offer international cuisine. Cabo San Lucas is home to the famous El Arco (The Arch). El Arco is a massive and dramatic rock formation at the tip of the peninsula, where seals and sea lions bask in the sun. If you wade through the surf along the beach where the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific waters meet, you can feel the difference in water temperatures. Inspiring rainbows are formed due to this natural phenomena. Enjoy a trip on a glass bottom boat around The Arch to see all the marine life, and stop off at Playa de Amor (Love Beach) for a picnic lunch which your hotel can prepare for you.
Fun Fact: Towns such as Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas grew immensely in the 1970's thanks in large part to the TV show The Love Boat. Often the show used picturesque towns in the Mexican Riviera as back drops and ports-of-call, and introduced the region to people everywhere.