The magic of Los Cabos, Mexico is in the places where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet, where deserts and mountains come together, where tropical beaches are soaked in sunshine with a comfortable breeze sailing over the skin more than 300 days of the year. The sunrises, sunsets, and starry nights of the Seaside are the sights that bring vacationers back to Cabo time and time again.
A legendary land wrapped in mystery, epic tales of pirates and magic, luxury and surrounded by deep blue oceans filled with wonderful, majestic creatures that carry the imagination beyond the limits of the mind, Land’s End exists within your grasp.
The pier becomes home for luxury yachts and fishing vessels, while the shopping mall around it speaks of the luxurious lifestyle that this Pacific-based port has to offer. All around, jewelry stores and night clubs of impeccable taste intertwine with magnificent restaurants while everything is decorated with the bright green of the palm trees that thrive in this paradisiac oasis.
Developments of magnificent proportions and unimaginable architecture grasp on to the hills around the cove, and at the very end of the peninsula a stone arch made from the crashing waves signals the end of all land until the Antarctic, bringing forth whales, sea lions, dolphins and orcas to play and breed in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Everything can be found, from magical towns and paradises for nature-enthusiasts, to the most elite and stunningly opulent resorts by the beach, shopping centers, malls, and a life that is centered around tranquility and enjoyment; all while the sky proves its magnificence by exploding in reds and pinks during dawn and dusk, shedding a new meaning for the phrase “a breathtaking view”.
Welcome to the place that has captivated the souls and hearts of countless people throughout time.
A paradise hidden inside the desertic area of the suthernmost tip of the Baja peninsula, San Jose del Cabo swiftly enthralls all visitors with its stunning skies and breathtaking seas. The perfect mixture of high end facilities and resorts, restaurants and night clubs, home like places and nature becomes a surreal match along the coast line. With small distances in travel, quiet demeanor and peaceful way of life this community has become a must for retirement and leisure, while its powerful, world-renowned surfing beaches and challenging landscape attract all sorts of extreme sports fans, from hiking, rock climbing, windsurfing, parasailing and more.
It is in this wonderful land where the sea offers even a larger diversity. Dubbed as the aquarioum of the world by Jaques Custeau, the reef barrier along the Sea Of Cortez offers blooming opportunities for all sorts of marine wildlife, forcibly attracting whale sharks, humpback whales, marlin fish, tuna, wahoo, and everything in between.
Inside the estuary – a river bed that runs through the San Jose municipality and pours into the ocean, migratory birds seek refuge in their long journeys and marine turtles seek a place to spawn, making it a perfect place for those keen on bird spotting.
Welcome to San Jose, where nature intertwines with luxury in some of the most unexpected and brilliant ways, and where the sunrise will never cease to put a screeching halt to the busy life and give a fresh breath of joy.
Accessibility is one of the great perks of a Cabo, Mexico vacation, as you can drive, fly, or even cruise from the Western United States to the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula within a few hours. Some of California’s most well-known stars have made Cabo San Lucas a regular stop for business and pleasure — Gene Simmons, who owns Rock & Brews, and Sammy Hagar, who owns Cabo Wabo Cantina, to name a few.
Why not feel immediately “at home” upon your arrival by staying in a fully furnished condo? Our roster of luxury homes and resorts in the Los Cabos region puts you within comfortable walking distance of the beaches, restaurants, shopping, golfing, tour operators, and nightlife for a truly hassle-free and memorable vacation.
You won’t be disappointed with any of the luxury Cabo vacation rentals we offer, but there are different options to consider, based on your budget and preferences. Some of our Los Cabos resorts offer fine dining, spas, kids’ clubs, and even personal butlers. You are guaranteed the utmost safety and amenities at any of our featured accommodations, but our most popular vacation rentals include:
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Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s top five most popular destinations, so rest assured there is much to see and do! In Los Cabos San Lucas, you will undoubtedly spend a lot of time sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, and hanging out with a drink in hand. There are adventurous beaches like Medano Beach where partiers hang out, windsurfers catch the nearest wave, and jet skis rumble by, and then there are quieter beaches like Lover’s Beach, where there are no motorized vehicles allowed and you are free to soak up the blissful scenery in peace. Just outside the city, you can explore miles of rugged desert terrain on horseback, ATV, or zipline. Shoppers will find most everything they need at the Luxury Avenue Mall or Puerto Paraiso Shopping Mall.
In San Jose del Cabo, you’ll find some of the best surfing (at Playa Costa Azul), as well as fishing charters (at La Playita). Popular swimming beaches in the Los Cabos Corridor include Playa Santa Maria, Playa Barco Vardo, Playa Chileno, and Playa Palmilla. Shoppers won’t want to miss the Thursday night Art Walks, where vendors peddle handmade goods from all over Mexico. Wildlife lovers can scuba dive the only coral reef in the Sea of Cortez at Cabo Pulmo Marine Park or visit more than 200 bird species at the San Jose Estuary and Bird Sanctuary.
Learn more about things to do in Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo.
Cabo, Mexico encompasses the whole Southern tip of Baja – including the towns of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose Del Cabo, and the East Cape. Most people fly into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) and travel 29 miles north to Cabo San Lucas or 8 miles south to San Jose del Cabo. If you are driving, you can legally enter Mexico with a passport or birth certificate and driver’s license, pre-purchased Mexican auto insurance, two family pets, up to 3 Liters of alcohol, and no more than two cartons of cigarettes. There is much for drivers to see and do along the 20-mile stretch known as “The Corridor,” between Los Cabos San Lucas and San Juan Del Cabo.
Visit our Cabo information page for a map of the area and other helpful tips for planning your trip, whether you’re coming for Spring Break, a Honeymoon, or just to experience the best of Mexico.
Los Cabos has something for everyone — whether you’re looking for an uproarious party with your friends, a quiet beach getaway with your spouse, or just a unique, well-rounded Cabo vacation. We can help you plan the most important details of your trip to one of Mexico’s top travel destinations at US (480) 275-8645
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