Located at the tip of the 1,000-mile Baja California peninsula, this once rough and rustic outpost has morphed into one of Mexico’s most elite resorts and a thriving port of call on the Mexican Riviera. With its large marina and beautiful bay, Cabo San Lucas combines spectacular scenery with great weather, super beaches, a growing number of adventure-oriented activities and a pulsing nightlife.
The town was always known for legendary big-game fishing. It continues to offer anglers fabulous sport fishing from private charters to huge party boats, but golf has become just as popular. Check out several world-class courses, surrounded by stunning desert mountain terrain and designed by pros. Or, just kick back and relax at El Medano beach. A string of luxury resorts are found along a corridor that stretches 20 miles north to the charming colonial town of San Jose del Cabo.
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Club Med’s new focus is on upscale family vacations – and that’s exactly what Club Med Ixtapa Pacific delivers. After a $20 million renovation, the resort re-opened in 2008 as an upscale family all-inclusive.
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Nestled between the desert and the Sea of Cortez in Baja California, the One & Only Palmilla prides itself on superb service. The resort is the perfect setting for a wedding, business conference, relaxing holiday or even a significant birthday.
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Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Hotel
Situated on the western side of the tip of Baja, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Hotel overlooks the Pacific and is set away from the concentration of hotels that run along the Sea of Cortes. The resort sits on a 50 acre lot with a private beach that provides guests with a tranquil and secluded setting. The Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Hotel is the perfect destination if you’re looking for some romance and seclusion.(more)
The Bungalows Hotel
The Bungalows Hotel offers guests a choice between a suite or bungalow all equipped with kitchens, private bathrooms and all decorated with authentic Mexican furnishings. Enjoy the majestic view of beautiful Cabo while relaxing pool side. Make sure to take advantage of the gourmet breakfast served daily with fresh ground coffee, freshly squeezed juices, delicious smoothies and so much more.(more)
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Holistic Retreat and Spa
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Holistic Retreat and Spa offers 154 guest rooms including 14 suites. All rooms are concise and minimally dressed with sand and ivory window treatments, contoured valences giving you a clean visual transition from bed to sea. Each room has a terrace with beautiful wood furniture and a wonderful ocean view. You’ll also find cactus blooms, incense and Zen inspired amenities throughout each room.(more)
Los Milagros Hotel
This is a charming 12 room hotel located in the heart of Cabo San Lucas. Los Milagros Hotel is economically priced and equipped to suite a romantic getaway, corporate retreat, an intimate wedding or groups of family or friends traveling together. Mornings at the Los Milagros Hotel are filled with the tranquil sounds of a trickling fountain and tropical birds and afternoons are perfect for lounging on the terraza taking in the magnificent views of the courtyard and alfresco area. All of Cabo’s restaurants and nightlife are just minutes from this hotel.(more)
Pueblo Bonito Blanco Los Cabos
The Pueblo Bonito Blanco Los Cabos is a beachfront resort featuring suites with private balconies or terraces. The hotel features a traditional Mediterranean style. Pueblo Bonito Blanco Los Cabos Hotel features a full range of services for all guests including but not limited to 24 hour room service, wheelchair accessible rooms, a gym, child care facilities and babysitting services, tour and travel arrangements and a bilingual staff.(more)
4x4 Desert Safari
This four hour journey rich in culture, nature and wildlife coupled with amazing views of natural canyons and untapped desert countryside is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Learn about local agriculture and exotic animals from exceedingly knowledgeable tour guides. Enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables, a refreshing beverage or hand made tortillas. End your trek with a festive tequila tasting and breath taking photo opportunities of the Mexican outback.(more)
Cabo Real Golf Course
Cabo Real Golf Course has been host to two Senior Slams and many other prestigious golf tournaments since 1996. Designed by Robert Trent Jones II, this course is considered by many pros to contain the toughest front nine holes in all of Cabo San Lucas. Cabo Real takes you up into the higher mountain elevations and over canyons with spectacular ocean front views of the Sea of Cortez making this course a must see and play.(more)
Home of the famous “skip and go naked”, the Giggling Marlin Bar and Grill is a landmark located on Marina Boulevard in the center of Cabo San Lucas. Leave your inhibitions at the door, because chances are you'll be plucked from the crowd to participate in the nightly dance routine and entertainment. This restaurant, bar and night club is renown as a fun place to party.(more)
Museo de las Californias
Located in central Cabo San Lucas, the Museo de las Californias features three main exhibition spaces filled with artifacts, maps, tools, photographs and journals that date back to the expeditions of Cortez in the 1500’s. The history of the Baja Peninsula is rich and interesting and this museum is one of the first collections solely designated to preserving the past for this area.
Golden Cactus Gallery
Home to some of Cabos’ premier artists, the Gallery began as a simple studio. Over the past 12 years, the studio evolved into a gallery and has aided in the remarkable cultural growth of Cabo San Lucas. The second storey gallery has been a beacon to many artists and their success acts as a testimony to the true essence of Baja art.(more)