The area known as Los Cabos is anchored by San José del Cabo on the east and Cabo San Lucas on the west. These 2 towns are as different as the regions stunning topography. Between the towns lies what's called the Corridor, a well-paved road dotted with posh hotels, unimpeded ocean views, breathtaking golf courses and gorgeous beaches.
Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, the Tourist Corridor in between and the East Cape make up the municipality of Los Cabos (meaning the Capes).
Located at the southern tip of Baja California, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos is a dramatic mountain / desert landscape punctuated by miles of gorgeous beach.
Along the Los Cabos' coastline, the desert and huge sandstone cliffs, directly abut the astonishing blue-green water of the Sea of Cortés, making for shockingly, beautiful contrasts.
Comprised of three resort areas -- Cabo San Lucas, the Corridor and San Jose del Cabo-- Los Cabos offers something for everyone.
Los Cabos is a vacationer's paradise . In addition to its stunning panorama, the area provides many resources for water- and land-based sports and activities, and the seaside has many upscale hotels and resorts with peaceful, private beaches.
Los Cabos offers plenty of activities. A sportsman's dream, Los Cabos has watersports, championship golf, world-class fishing, hiking, surfing and excellent scuba diving.