Part of the stretch of highway that connects CSL to San Jose del Cabo, here you will find along with panoramic views of the of the Sea of Cortez, plenty of restaurants, award winning hotels, golf clubs and some of the region’s most famous beaches such as Costa Azul and Santa Maria Bay.
Caused by erosion over the span of hundreds of years, this natural arch at the tip of the peninsula has come to be called Land’s End. This is where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific, and also where visitors can check out seals and sea lions at rest and at play!
Only reachable by ATV or if you can finagle it, horseback, this is one historic monument you have to check out in Cabo San Lucas. It’s definitely only a remnant of what it once was back in the 1800s, but it has become a star attraction in the area.
Cabo San Lucas enjoys mild and sunny winters from December to February. This is a peak season for tourists seeking a warm escape. Visitors can relax on Medano Beach, go whale watching, and enjoy water sports like snorkeling and scuba diving. The town's nightlife is also bustling during this time.
Spring in Cabo, from March to May, brings pleasantly warm weather and fewer crowds than in the winter. It's an excellent time for exploring the iconic Arch of Cabo San Lucas, taking boat tours to see the sea lions, and savoring fresh seafood at beachside restaurants.
The summer season in Cabo, from June to August, is hot and perfect for beach lovers. Despite the heat, this is a great time for budget travelers as you can find more affordable accommodations. Visitors can enjoy fishing, surfing, and experiencing local festivals and events.
Fall in Cabo, from September to November, is the hurricane season, so it's important to monitor weather forecasts. However, it's a quieter time to visit with fewer tourists. You can explore the San Jose del Cabo Art Walk, go golfing on world-class courses, and indulge in authentic Mexican cuisine.