is unique in its striking desert landscape, dry climate, and "great
outdoors" unspoiled beauty The Corridor Region, the site
of major resort development and some of Baja's most beautiful beaches.
This zone is one of Mexico's premier golf destination, with a half dozen
The area's accommodations are first-class and feature some of
Mexico's finest properties. But because of the resort's sprawling
layout, selecting the right location is critical to vacation planning.
Los Cabos offers first-rate tourist service, including top quality
hotels and condominiums, superb golf courses, marinas and restaurants.
Wonderful facilities are available for fishing, swimming and sailing.
Playa Chileno is ideal for diving, while the area between Cabo San Lucas
and Cabo Pulmo is perfect for surfing.
In addition to being one of the most beautiful beach destinations
in the country, Los Cabos is renowned for its sports fishing, since the
junction between the Sea of Cortes and the Pacific Ocean produces an
abundance of fish such as grouper, dorado, amberjack, marlin and
sailfish, among others. Finally, you can't leave without seeing the
wonderful, unusually shaped Punta Balandra, one of Los Cabos'
Winter attractions including watching the whales reach the waters
of the Pacific from the western beaches of Cabo San Lucas. Nature
enthusiasts will enjoy Sierra de la Laguna, a mountain range rising up
in the north of the Los Cabos region, which is home to a vast number
endemic species of flora and fauna.
Los Cabos is located just 152 km outside of La Paz, the capital of
the state of Baja California Sur; take Highway 1 which joins up with
Highway 19. You can also reach Los Cabos via Pichilingue on two ferries
from Mazatlan and Topolobampo, or fly in from the La Paz International
Airport and continue your journey along the highway.