The trip to Los Cabos leads you to the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, which encloses the Gulf of California between itself and the western coast of continental Mexico. As its name suggests, this territory borders Baja California to the north, creating the international boundary between the United States and Mexico. The city of Los Cabos, located on the southern tip of the Peninsula, and San Jose del Cabo are known as the Gold Coast of Mexico. An international tourist destination, the city is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortés, named after the first Conquistador to set eyes upon this region.
The town is considered quiet and typical with interesting natural and cultural features. The nightlife is particularly lively, with many bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. There is a substantial presence of art in the local craft shops and galleries. The jewel of the Peninsula is also a paradise for sailing, boating, and walks along the beach. Skimboarders and bodyboarders revel in many beautiful spots along the coast.
Los Cabos is a peaceful place to enjoy swimming and lounging on the vast sandy beaches while staying in a very comfortable hotel in Los Cabos. A number of resorts are worth booking into, such as the Royal Solaris Los Cabos, the Riu Palace Los Cabos, the Desire Los Cabos, and Cabo San Lucas. Relax in this corner of paradise, a unique personal experience complete with black vultures soaring high above and California sea lions playing in the ocean!