Regarded as the marlin sport fishing capital of the world, Los Cabos has rapidly gained popularity over the last few decades as a top tourist destination in Mexico due to its beautiful resort beaches, excellent scuba diving, whale watching experiences and lively party scene.
Located in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, Los Cabos is composed of two towns, San Jose and San Lucas, that are divided by twenty miles of scenic highway known as “the Corridor.”
While the former mission town of Cabo San Jose is a traditional Mexican town with colonial architecture and a relaxed, quiet ambiance, Cabo San Lucas is one of Mexico’s fastest growing tourist destinations, featuring modern hotels, luxury resorts, upscale restaurants, championship golf courses and a glittering party scene. San Lucas is also a hot spot for water sports that include scuba diving, parasailing, snorkeling and glass-bottom boat tours.
Sporting a splendid coastline dotted with gated residential communities and high-end resorts, the Corridor is home to beautiful beaches like Chileno Beach, which is favored for its crystal clear waters, tropical fish, sea turtles and other marine life.
Cabo San Lucas is also known for its natural attraction, Land’s End, which features a cluster of rocks shaped by the sea and wind into distinctive formations. One particular rock, El Arco, is a good spot to view sea lions.