Why Cabo San Lucas?
Tucked away on the southernmost tip of the Baja California Pensinsula, there's something very raw and real about the natural beauty of Los Cabos. As one of Mexico's most exclusive destinations and 220 miles south of La Paz, Los Cabos (the Capes) has the ideal climate for a Mexican adventure and boasts an annual average temperature of 79F (26C).
Los Cabos is the meeting point of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes, also known as the Gulf of California. A marine eco-system so rich in its diversity and beauty that in 2005, UNESCO declared the 244 islands in the Sea of Cortes a World Heritage Site.
There's a wealth of activities and things to inspire you all year round in Los Cabos. Magdelena Bay is unmatched for sport-fishing, scuba diving and kayaking. The pristine golden beaches and rugged beauty of El Arco make for a perfect romantic getaway. With championship golf courses, luxury sailing, and the Corredor Turistico stretching from San Jose to Cabo San Lucas, there's no shortage of world-class hotels and restaurants waiting to be discovered along the way.
The most awe-inspiring moment in Magdelena Bay happens during the winter months. Here you can marvel at one of the world's most moving natural phenomena - the courtship, mating and birthing process of the majestic gray whale.
Los Cabos packs more natural beauty into this small area than most people can fathom, come experience it for yourself.
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