At the southern tip of Baja, the Gulf of California and the blue Pacific converge in a magnificent display of
sand and sea known as "The Capes," or Los Cabos in Spanish. Embraced by rugged cliffs, wild rocky
landscapes, and pristine white-sand beaches, the area of Los Cabos was once a favored hiding place for
pirates during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Today, it is a priceless oasis for sun seekers, anglers, divers,
and surfers worldwide.


Two small and very different towns make up the region - the quaint, traditional Mexican village of San Jose
del Cabo to the northeast and lively Cabo San Lucas at the southern tip. Both are linked by a 20-mile seacoast "Corridor," that is home to a range of elegant hotels. Picturesque and historic San Jose del Cabo is an authentic Mexican town full of restaurants and shops. It still resembles the 18th century mission town it once was, while Cabo San Lucas is renowned as the entertainment and nightlife capital of Baja.


The warm climate promotes a variety of land and water activities, including golf at some of the world's most famous golf courses designed by such great legends as Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent-Jones. The spectacular, natural beauty that surrounds Los Cabos provides discoveries of a lifetime on the golf course, in the water, fishing for blue marlin, or hiking among desert richness.



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