With breathtaking beaches, phenomenal sportfishing, and tony spas, Los Cabos offers enticements for all types of travelers. For a lively vacation filled with restaurants and nightlife, head to Cabo San Lucas. For a more exclusive and relaxing experience, head to San José del Cabo.
Cabo San Lucas holds numerous world records, and over 40,000 bill fish are hooked each year (nearly all of which are released) and 800 different species of game fish are caught, including Dorado, Tuna, Wahoo, Yellowtail, and Rooster fish.
Located about nine miles east of Cabo San Lucas along the Corridor highway, Chileno Beach's calm, shallow waters make it the go-to spot for snorkelers. But the real reason travelers love Chileno's cream-colored shore is the lack of noisy bars and restaurants that plague other Los Cabos beaches. Take food and drinks!
Jack Nicklaus has designed so many great golf courses in Los Cabos, he should be eligible for dual citizenship. Palmilla may be his crown jewel. This is one of three local courses that have been ranked among the 100 best in the world, and the landscaping and views here are magnificent.
Todos Santos draws travelers who enjoy browsing fine art, surfing the breaks and taking in the vibe of an older, more traditional Mexico. This is a place where life proceeds at a stroll, where people dawdle over afternoon coffee or browse for crafts before the setting sun bathes the narrow streets in warm pink and yellow light.