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Los Cabos is a sun-drenched string of first-rate resorts and golf courses, linking quiet and colonial San José del Cabo with trendy and sleepless Cabo San Lucas. Find this vacation haven on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, a water-bound strip of land peppered with desert dunes, arching, coastal rocks and a seafront fit for seasonal whale-whatching, and catching waves and rays year-round.

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Kick-start your getaway by selecting Los Cabos resorts from our Mexico packages. We offer all-inclusive hotels on beaches near Cabo San Lucas or San José del Cabo. Discover what to do in Los Cabos, from playing rounds at seaside golf courses to visiting the famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas or the legendary Cabo Wabo Cantina.





What to eat

Seafood here is the staple: clams, smoked marlin tostadas, shrimp tacos and dishes like macha de mantarraya (stingray wrapped in a tortilla).

What to bring back

Handmade jewellery, the region’s famed, sweet and herbal Damiana liqueur in its goddess-shaped bottle and modern art from San Jose del Cabo’s Art District.

Fun Fact

Los Cabos now boasts a reputation as a jet-set vacation spot, but it once lured more questionable characters to its shores. Back in the 16th century, the area was a popular hideout for English pirates who came here to loot Spanish merchant ships. This lead to the King of Spain building the first fort on the coast which spurred development of the region. 

Important Info

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Mexico's West Coast