Located at the southern tip of Mexico’s peninsula, Los Cabos is a holiday destination boasting an amazing climate and an endless list of possibilities for the perfect getaway. At the place where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes meet, a rich and beautiful marine world beckons the visitor to swim, surf, boat, dive and fish! Visitors are attracted to the area’s two picturesque towns, quiet colonial San Jose del Cabo and, at the southern tip of the peninsula, Cabo San Lucas with its white sandy beaches and exciting nightlife. In Los Cabos, there is everything needed to relax or rejuvenate! More than 48 km of beaches invite sunbathing, swimming and people-watching! Considered a premier golf destination, Los Cabos possesses a natural terrain similar to the Arizona or California deserts. Add to that the magnificent view of the Sea of Cortes that lies adjacent to many of the holes, and golfing in Los Cabos becomes addictive! All that sand also makes for some fantastic dune buggy rides alongside the Pacific Ocean and through Half Moon Canyon. After working up an appetite, enjoy Los Cabos’ fresh cuisine in one of the lively restaurants, or relax over a leisurely dinner with a fine bottle of vintage wine.
Spanish. English widely spoken in tourist areas
The Mexican peso is the local currency; US dollar widely accepted
Please be advised that effective December 1, 2012, local purchases in Mexico can only be paid using Mexican pesos or credit card. Passengers can exchange their USD or CAD currency at the departing or arriving airports, a currency exchange service in destination, and some hotel lobbies (subject to availability).
110 volts, similar to Canada and the US
Los Cabos is located at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, 1,000 miles south of Los Angeles. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortés.