Los Cabos Corridor, Mexico

Los Cabos Tourist Corridor, on the tip of the Baja California Peninsula, houses fabulous deluxe hotels between the sea and the desert, with golf courses and beaches where you can do water sports

About Los Cabos Corridor, Mexico

Los Cabos Tourist Corridor is on the southern tip of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, amongst the turquoise waters of the Sea of ​​Cortez, the mountains, and the desert, where cactus abound. This corridor covers about 33 kilometers (20.5 mi) and is one of the most important tourist developments in Mexico, with major world-class hotels that host renowned restaurants, Spas, and fabulous golf courses.

Los Cabos Tourist Corridor stretches from San José del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas. San José is a picturesque colonial village with small streets leading to the Central Square, where you will find the City Hall and the Mission of San José. There is a seaside estuary next to this town, that is fed by underground waters, the river, and the lagoon. Cabo San Lucas, on the other hand, is a modern city and a port where cruise ships arrive. Here, a marina for boats of all types stands out, along with Lands’ End Cabo San Lucas, a natural rock formation and icon of this destination; you can walk beneath it when the tide is low. You will find art galleries in both localities, stores to buy unique crafts, brand shops, and bars to enjoy nightlife. Visit the Plaza Puerto Paraíso shopping center or the blown glass factory in Cabo San Lucas.

Los Cabos corridor has a strip of sandy beaches and clear water that can be the setting for your dream wedding and for sports such as snorkeling, sailing, surfing, and kayaking. Cabo San Lucas features Love Beach, which is only accessible by sea, and the Médano and Divorce beaches, the latter with strong waves and dangerous currents; meanwhile, San José del Cabo has Hotel Zone Beach, La Playita Beach, and Ganzo de Playa Beach. The beaches of the tourist corridor itself are Barco Varado, Palmilla, El Chileno, Santa MaríaAcapulquito, and Costa Azul, that host surfing competitions. Sport fishing is an activity that stands out in Los Cabos, since it hosts international tournaments that made it earn the title of world capital of marlin fishing. Diving is another important activity in this destination, as the Sea of ​​Cortez was described as the world's aquarium by Jacques Cousteau. Take a diving tour to admire the marine fauna, the colonies of black coral, and the sand falls. The migration of gray whales is also a natural show that you can witness in Los Cabos, since they come each year between January and March to feed and reproduce.

The golf courses of Los Cabos Tourist Corridor attract all kinds of players who are captivated by the intense colors of the desert landscape and the sea. These courses have been designed by renowned professionals such as Jack Nicklaus, Lee Treviño, Raymond Floyd, and Robert Trent Jones II; among all of them, Cabo del Sol stands out, since it is considered to be among the most competitive golf courses in the world; as well as Palmilla Golf Club, one of the most difficult and attractive in the country. There are other ones such as Cabo Real within Hotel Meliá, La Querencia, El Dorado Golf & Beach Club, Cabo San Lucas Country Club, and the Mayan Palace Golf Los Cabos, among others.

Los Cabos Tourist Corridor is a venue of extreme desert racing, and offers other adventures such as horseback or camel riding along the beach, mountain bike tours, dolphin encounters, ATV tours through the dunes, and even paragliding and parachuting. In Cabo San Lucas you will find Wild Canyon Adventure Park, with 10 zip-lines, a bungee jump, and a 40-meter (131 ft) high pendulum; San José del Cabo has Costa Azul Ziplines, which also features trails that are covered in a zip-line.

***The official currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso (MXN).

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