Land’s End is where adventure begins
Located at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the tranquil Sea of Cortés meets the wild of the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos offers myriad experiences to those who live here and the 2 million people who visit annually. Collectively known as Los Cabos, the municipality actually includes two cities—Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo—as well as the 20-mile beachside corridor that connects them.
Here visitors enjoy world-class restaurants, hotels, and spas, as well as top-tier golf, internationally recognized art exhibitions, big game sportfishing, stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, kayaking, horseback riding, and more.
In addition to the comforts of home and the perks of paradise, Los Cabos offers familiarity and safety. English is widely spoken, the U.S. dollar is commonly accepted, and the region remains a safe place to visit and live. It has become one of the most popular destinations for U.S. citizens who live part time or full time abroad.
The constellation of beaches that line the Baja California Sur coastline begs to be visited. Explore the restaurants and activities—everything from wave runners to kayaking to glass-bottom boats—or cross the bay to snorkel at Land’s End and Lover’s Beach.
Of course, the activities aren’t limited to the beaches. You’ll find an endless number of adventures: Swim with dolphins. Ride horses or bikes, camels or off-road vehicles. Dive. Snorkel. Surf. Prefer the indoors? Indulge in a luxurious and relaxing spa treatment at any of the many options available. Need a little retail therapy? The world’s premier brands can be found at high-end shopping centers like Luxury Avenue, and there’s a dazzling array of boutique jewelers and independent art galleries.