Immerse yourself in the experience completely by trying the exquisite local dishes.
UNESCO declared Mexican traditional cuisine an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, and it's easy to see why. From the northerners' arrachera to the Pueblans' mole, you'll be sure to taste the country's history and tradition in every bite. Although there are amazing restaurants offering samples of specialties from all over Mexico, you can't leave without trying what Baja Californian and Los Cabos' cuisine has to offer.
A visit to Cabo is not complete without tasting some of the region's traditional dishes. It is easy to deduce the main ingredients come from the ocean; lobster, clams, stingray, shrimp and varieties of fish, such as marlin, are some of the delicacies you'll find in your plate. From the sea to your plate in so little time that you can be sure of their freshness and high quality. If you're in the mood for something sweet, don't forget to try the cactus pear and ume fruit, and of course the dragon fruit ice cream!
Become one with nature by exploring all of the landscapes this rich land has to offer.
Cabo is one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico. The distinctive Arch of Cabo San Lucas is one of its main iconic representations, a rock formation that stands near the meeting point of the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California. This timeless spot is also popular among sea lions, who enjoy sunbathing while resting on the rocks.
Those who want to learn about the endemic plants of the region will find it interesting to visit the botanical gardens of Cactimundo and Wirikuta. Also, during the winter and early spring, whales visit the coasts to bear their calves. The opportunity to see these magnificent creatures adds a lot to the magic and awe that Los Cabos inspires.
You are sure to find interesting and memorable activities for every time you visit Los Cabos.
Aside from the incredible beaches, at Los Cabos you´ll be able to discover the natural and cultural wealth of Baja California, which has its origins 2 million years ago, the populating of the peninsula, the first Californians, the different cultures, its gastronomy, the legends and reality that surround this community. The first settlers were groups of prehistoric hunters and harvesters. The evidence of their presence is rich and abundant. The most eloquent testimony of the magic of the south Californian cave paintings lies within the contrasts used: the representation of animals of extraordinary dimensions, painted through silhouettes, in dynamic positions or crossed by arrows and spears, makes a contrast with the human figures, painted facing front with the arms up above and in a static position.
Discover more at our “El Gabinete del Barco” Museum with a tour through the history of the explorations and wonders of the Baja California peninsula, as a continuous labor that began with the first explorers and Spanish navigators, passed on to the missionaries and naturalists, up to the time of the most recent scientists and travelers.
Los Cabos offers a wide range of outdoor activities for all those who wish to discover nature and enter the World´s Aquarium. Parachuting, sailing, surfing, diving, snorkeling, water jetpacks and zip lining are among the many adventures that await you at this destination.
Don´t forget to explore many more options, such as: restaurants, shopping, nightlife, golf courses, fishing tournaments, tennis open & Extreme Sailing Series.