Los Cabos is located at the Southern tip of the Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, in the state of Baja California Sur. This municipality of Mexico is stunningly beautiful and quite famous for its climate and geography, which includes beautiful sea side beaches and deserts. The towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo to Resorts Corridor offer all kinds of water sports and outdoor activities such as sport fishing, whale watching, night life and golf. Spread along the plentiful beaches in the south are the high class and lavish all inclusive Los Cabos resorts, a perfect holiday destination for honeymoon or family vacations. Read on for the best places to visit in Los Cabos.
Arch of Cabo San Lucas
The Arch of Cabo San Lucas, which is also known as El Arco de Cabo San Lucas in local language, is situated at the extreme Southern end of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula. Arch of Cabo San Lucas is known for the distinctive rock formation that erupts out from the ocean like an arch. Arch of Cabo San Lucas is also a popular gathering area for sea lions. This place is a popular tourist attraction and undoubtedly one of the important places to visit in Cabo San Lucas. To reach Arch of Cabo San Lucas, you can hire a boat taxi from Cabo San Lucas Marina. And along the way you can enjoy the view of Arch of Cabo San Lucas.
Playa del Amour
Playa del Amour is also known as Lover’s beach, a pretty amazing beach situated several meters inland on one of the Marieta Islands. This hidden beach is one of those unique natural wonders you do not want to miss. Lover’s beach is a great place for sunbaths, swimming, snorkeling and picnic. It’s believed that the archaeology of Marieta Islands came into existence because of the Volcanic activities happened centuries ago. This island is declared a National Park and only authorized boat service providers can take tourists to see their natural wonders up-close, otherwise it is totally uninhabited. The only way to reach this hidden beach of Mexico is to swim through the eighty-foot tunnel linking it to the Pacific Ocean.
Playa Solmar is a long stretch of white sand beach situated at the Pacific Ocean side of Land’s End. Playa Solmar is a destination place for Sunset Lovers, long beach walks and for whale watching. But this beach is definitely for swimming under any circumstances because the currents are very strong and extremely dangerous. Playa Solmar is one of the less crowded beaches in Mexico. Along the beach you will find some of the finest Los Cabos resorts including Hotel Finisterra, Terra Sol Beach Resort and Solmar Suites.
Playa el Médano
Playa el Médano also known as Medano Beach, is a very popular, safe swimming beach which spreads from Cabo San Lucas Bay all the way to Villa del Palmar. Medano beach is the closest beach to the town and the prime location for jet skiing, kayaking, waterskiing, banana boating, parasailing and volleyball or beach parties. Playa el Médano is beach party central with all day happy hours and plenty of popular spots to eat and drink.
Cabo Wabo Cantina
Cabo Wabo Cantina is the name of the chain of night clubs and restaurants located in Cabo San Lucas founded by rock musician Sammy Hagar. Here you will find good live rock music, food, beers and tequila. There are plenty of reasons for you to make the Cabo Wabo Cantina your stop in Cabo San Lucas. They serve outstanding food from seafood to Mexican food and it’s open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Cabo Wabo is also a popular brand of tequila.
San Jose Del Cabo
Apart from the wild and non-stop action of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose Del Cabo is mild and charming atmosphere. Just 32 kms from Cabo on the other end of Resorts corridor, you will find a historic town, with beautiful architectures and boutiques, whose pace is much slower in comparision of her wild sister. This place is best for honeymooners and people who want to experience the Mexican culture. For accommodations you can find some of the best private villas and Las Cabos resorts stretched along the beach side. Great for relaxing, sunbathing and long beach walks, the beach area is not recommended for swimming. San Jose Del Cabo is also known for its historic restaurants with beautiful courtyards and delightful boutiques featuring beautiful handicrafts, clothing and jewelry. From November to June, you can witness the Art Walk, where you can experience a variety of art galleries in San Jose Del Cabo. Other places that you can visit in San Jose Del Cabo are Estero San José, a peaceful and beautiful palm lined estuary and also a wild life sanctuary, home many bird species. If you love hiking you can visit Reserva de la Biosféra Sierra de la Laguna, a lush forest largely uninhabited area and Iglesia San José, a landmark in the city with beautiful naval architecture.
Lastly, here are some of the top picks Los Cabos resorts, you must check out:
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Resort & Spa, Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa, Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas, Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa and Melia Cabo Beach & Golf Resort.