Los Cabos is located at the tip of the Baja California peninsula where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean in dramatic scenic grandeur; this destination is ideal for honeymooners who enjoy being surrounded by spectacular natural beauty in one of the few places in the world where the desert meets the sea.
Los Cabos is actually two towns, San Jose del Cabo (picturesque and quiet) and Cabo San Lucas (relatively action packed with restaurants and nightlife), both linked by an exquisite 18-mile "corridor". World famous deep-sea fishing and world-class golf with two championship courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and one by Robert Trent Jones make it even more desirable. Los Cabos still has the look of a resort in the making, but all the comforts of home and more are here along with plenty of fresh air.
The town of San Jose del Cabo is calm and traditional. Along its clean and neat streets visitors find restaurants, open-air cafes, galleries, handicrafts stores, and cultural activities such as the Teatro de la Ciudad.
The nearby San Jose del Cabo estuary is a tropical bird and wildlife sanctuary and reserved area that is home to over 150 species of animals and a place for kayaking through mangrove swamps.
The road between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas offers breathtaking panoramas as it winds through the luxury hotel zone
Cabo San Lucas is a favorite choice for expert divers and offers beautiful beaches, lively nightlife, a well-developed hotel infrastructure, and varied Mexican and international cuisine.
Attractions in Cabo San Lucas include the marina, a regular stop-off point for small sailboats and private yachts, and beaches such as the Hacienda and Medano, where gentle waves lap the shore. Attractions for lovers of nature and animals include the underwater sand-falls off the Playa del Amor (Lover' s Beach) and, during the winter, the gray whale reserve in Magdalena Bay.
Also do not miss "El Arco", a monumental natural arch rock formation where the Pacific and Sea of Cortez waters meet, which has become a symbol of the region and a great setting for picture taking.