One of the best ways to experience Los Cabos' dramatic landscape is by ATV. Guided tours take you over epic mountains, through empty canyons and along pristine beaches.
Surf and turf adventures abound, like exploring the Baja outback and shoreline on the back of a camel, followed by a traditional Mexican picnic.
From designers like Jack Nicklaus to Greg Norman, Los Cabos' courses boast big names and epic ocean views, making it one of the world's premiere golf destinations.
On the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific meets the Sea of Cortez, guests are treated to miles of pristine coastline, turquoise water and gentle, warm waves.
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John Wayne flocked to Los Cabos in the '50s for its world-class fishing. Today, avid anglers and first timers still experience the thrill of Marlin Alley.
Each December, whales make a 12,000 mile migration from the Arctic to Los Cabos, where they birth and rear their young in the surrounding bays and lagoons.
Los Cabos' iconic Golden Arch is a focal point during any visit, but you'll want to get up close and personal with the jaw-dropping rock formation on the back of a jet ski.
Los Cabos, where the desert dramatically meets the sea, is one of the most romantic places in the world. Just ask the honeymooners who come here year after year.
From top tequila flights to the freshest seafood imaginable, there are countless reasons to indulge in Los Cabos' distinctive culinary traditions.
Home to a host of world-class resorts and holistic spas fringing the aquamarine waters, Los Cabos knows how to pamper its adventurous guests.