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Los Cabos, Mexico

Updated: Feb 3, 2021

Why Los Cabos?

Known for its beaches, water sports, and nightlife, Los Cabos is one of the most exciting destinations in Mexico. What makes it different from other popular beach destinations around the country is its location at the tip of the Baja California peninsula, which features unique natural scenery and colorful city life. The warm beaches provide a mix of relaxation and fun adventures, all while showing off stunning views of palm trees, azure blue waters, and rugged rock formations plunging out of the sea. You’ll have your pick of luxury hotels and resorts, artisan restaurants, and exotic nightlife activities. There’s so much to explore in Los Cabos, along with a variety of ways to unwind, making this an ideal holiday for couples, friends, honeymoons, or that much needed solo getaway.

Top 5 Beaches

Bay of Cabo San Lucas

Balandra Beach

Chileno Beach

Playa Palmillo (Palmillo Beach)

Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach)

Exciting Adventures


Whale Watching



Whale Shark & Dolphin Encounters

Paddle Boarding & Kayaking

Jet Skiing

ATV Riding

Top 5 Resorts

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Resort & Spa (All Inclusive & Adult Only)

One&Only Palmilla (Romance & Luxury)

Hacienda Beach Club & Residences (Group & Luxury)

The Bungalows Hotel (Boutique & Downtown)

Sandos Finisterra Los Cabos (Family Friendly)

Must-Try Food & Drink

Shrimp & Fish Tacos

Mexican Chocolate Clams

Fajados Chicken Tamales

Pitahaya (Dragon Fruit)



Damiana liqueur

A Quick Language Lesson

Buenos Días - Good Morning

Buenas Tardes - Good Afternoon

Buenas Noches - Good Night

Por Favor - Please

Gracías - Thank You

De Nada - You’re Welcome

Practical Info

Your main airport in Los Cabos is the Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). It is located just north of the Cabo San Lucas area. Depending on where you are staying, it should be around 40 minutes to an hour from the airport.

It’s convenient and easy to rent a car in Los Cabos and many opt to do so. Driving around the island is fairly easy, many resorts offer free or valet parking, and street parking is inexpensive. Renting a car is a great idea for those wanting to explore different areas of the island or those traveling in a group.

Taxi fares are also reasonable if you just need minimal transportation. If you like to explore on foot, pack comfortable walking shoes, as it’s fun and easy to walk around, but the cobblestone streets can be tiresome for the feet.

In regards to currency, Mexican pesos are the standard, but USD is widely accepted. It’s wise to carry both. Credit cards are also widely accepted and ATMs are readily available so you can withdraw pesos.


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