This resort in the center of town overlooks Cabo San Lucas Marina, departure point for sport-fishing adventures; shops and nightlife are within walking distance, ...
Facing the Pacific Ocean, this village-like resort lies along a vast scenic private beach, less than 2 km (1 mi) from downtown Cabo San Lucas, marina, the exciting ...
Resort is located along the renowned Medano Beach with spectacular views of the Arch at Land’s End. Downtown Cabo San Lucas, shopping, restaurant and nightclubs ...
Secluded on the Pacific Ocean side of Baja California's tip, this beachfront all inclusive resort is terraced into a landscaped hillside providing panoramic ...
Less than 3 miles from Cabo San Lucas downtown and marine, this 642-room resort faces Médano Beach with views of the Arch and Lover’s Beach. Exceptional service ...
Located on calm-water Medano Beach and facing Los Cabos' signature Land's End rock formations, this apart-hotel is 6 blocks from downtown Cabo San Lucas.
Located in San Jose del Cabo, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course and Puerto Los Cabos Golf ...
Nestled on the beach, this Cabo Bello hotel is 0 mi (0 km) from Monuments Beach and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Plaza San Lucas. Cabo del Sol Golf Club and Las Viudas ...
Prestigious Cabo del Sol unique location
This all-inclusive property, which features an 180-foot lighthouse, is located on the waterfront and within 2 km (1 mi) of historic downtown San Jose.
With nearly two million visitors a year, Los Cabos is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The area is separated into two distinct portions, Cabo San Lucas to the west and San Jose del Cabo to the east. The area down between the two is known as the Tourist Corridor.
Sprinkled across Los Cabos are a number of luxury resorts with beautiful beaches that make relaxation a high point on most visitors' itineraries. The water eventually tempts even the most stubborn sunbather, with its clear depths offering everything from a casual swim to diving on sunken wrecks. Surfing is also popular in the areas with waves that can be gentle enough for beginners to learn on. Getting there is easy no matter the time of year by using Orbitz.com to make both your flight and hotel reservations.
The lowest rates (and fishing tournaments) coincide with Pacific hurricane season from early June through November. High season lasts from mid-November through May when Los Cabos shakes it up with festivals, fishing and golf tournaments, car racing, spring break activities and more. From Christmas to New Year's, Los Cabos is at its most expensive and crowded, so plan well in advance.
The off-season for Los Cabos tends to be during the warmer months in North America, from June to September. This may be the best time to visit the area because of the discounts on everything from flights to hotels that run as high as 25 percent. June through November is the hurricane season, however, so check the weather forecasts before you fly in. The weather can be warm during the off-season, with temperatures rising into the 90 degree Fahrenheit range, but the abundance of beaches should cool anyone down. When you arrive in Los Cabos, make sure you explore the entire area. Cabo San Lucas provides much of the city's nightlife, while San Jose del Cabo offers a much more local view of the area with authentic Mexican food and incredible folk art to buy or admire.
One of Cabo's finest restaurants (with a gorgeous outdoor patio), Bar Esquina at the Bahia Hotel incorporates organic and local ingredients, including ultra-fresh seafood caught straight from the Pacific and Sea of Cortez.
Want to experience a younger version of Los Cabos? Todos Santos, about one hour north, has near-empty white beaches, beautiful art galleries and the original Hotel California.
Set north of the pueblo of Agua Caliente, these natural hot springs are a bit off the beaten path, but reward seekers dearly with soothing waters
Cabo Sup is the trendiest water sport to hit the area. Want to surf plus kayak? Stand-up paddle boarding lets you do both.
Located approximately 15 miles off the coast of La Paz, this bio-diverse island sets the stage for an amazing day of hiking, kayaking, snorkeling and diving.
You can dine al fresco at the Sunset Da Mona Lisa Restaurant, with beautiful views of the El Arco de Cabo San Lucas rock formation while you eat. The food is as good as the view, changing often to take advantage of seasonal ingredients.
Enjoy the sushi at this combination Japanese and Mexican restaurant that's been constantly touted as one of the best in the area. The fish is incredibly fresh, caught daily by the owner's own fishing boats.
If you're looking for an inexpensive meal in Los Cabos, then this is the place. Lobster tail and tequila shots are the norm, with strolling mariachis to add to the ambiance.
Delicious seafood dishes are the specialty at this local favorite, with a wide range of dishes from an inexpensive but tasty seafood soup to the more costly pulpo ajillo.
This upscale restaurant is owned by Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and shows its origins using just the right blend of European and Mexican flavors. You'll definitely need a reservation to get a table.
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