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Fun in the surf and sun is the life of Los Cabos, an area that stretches between the town of Cabo San Lucas to the west and San Jose del Cabo to the east along the southernmost coast of Baja, California and Mexico. In between lies the "Corridor," a string of cozy hotels, championship golf courses, winding horse trails, and white-sand beaches (note: a sneaky undertow renders many of them too rough for swimming).

Before You Go: Need-to-know info
Entry requirements: Passport
Language: Spanish 
Currency: Peso 
Flight time: 8 hours from NYC, 2.5 hours from LA, 6 hours from Chicago, 6 hours from Dallas 
Getting around: Bus, car, taxi 
When To Go: Los Cabos at its best
Best weather: October to May
Best prices: June to October; exact dates vary by hotel
Festival highlights: Semana Santa, which begins in March or April, leads up to Easter and is celebrated with parades and passion plays; Cinco de Mayo (May 5) commemorates the defeat of the French in 1862; Mexico‘s independence is celebrated in mid-September with fireworks and parties
What To Do
Scuba dive and snorkel: Whether you‘re catching one or communing with hundreds, the wide array of fish that ply the waters off Los Cabos is a main attraction. Underwater sightseers will love El Chileno an underwater preserve; Bahia Santa Maria, a picturesque cove surrounded by cliffs; Gordo Banks; El Arco, called "Land‘s End," where sea lions dart about; and Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park for a close encounter with a whale shark or hammerhead. 
Take romantic day trips: Take a water taxi or private yacht over to Lover’s Beach for a picnic lunch, some sand under your toes, and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. 
In The Area: San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas
San Jose Del Cabo: The quieter of the two main towns, San Jose is an old Mexican village built around the Colonial-style church Iglesia San Jose and a charming town square still filled with vendors. Just around the corner, the lush and serene Estero de San Jose, a freshwater estuary, hosts more than 200 bird species. Visit the nearby Regional Museum to glimpse the area‘s past. 
Cabo San Lucas: Once the anchorage of choice for celebrities seeking a quiet getaway, this lively town is now the mecca for those who seek a fishing charter (many Corridor hotels also have their own fleet of boats), whale-watching excursion (January to March), glass-bottom boat ride, or snorkel or dive trip. Nightlife and shopping are big draws. Be forewarned that cruise ships anchor here, often bringing crowds of passengers. Fun in the surf and sun is the life of Los Cabos, an area that stretches between the town of Cabo San Lucas to the west and San Jose del Cabo to the east along the southernmost coast of Baja, California and Mexico. In between lies the "Corridor," a string of cozy hotels, championship golf courses, winding horse trails, and white-sand beaches (note: a sneaky undertow renders many of them too rough for swimming).

Before You Go: Need-to-know info
Entry requirements: Passport
Language: Spanish 
Currency: Peso 
Flight time: 8 hours from NYC, 2.5 hours from LA, 6 hours from Chicago, 6 hours from Dallas 
Getting around: Bus, car, taxi 
When To Go: Los Cabos at its best
Best weather: October to May
Best prices: June to October; exact dates vary by hotel
Festival highlights: Semana Santa, which begins in March or April, leads up to Easter and is celebrated with parades and passion plays; Cinco de Mayo (May 5) commemorates the defeat of the French in 1862; Mexico‘s independence is celebrated in mid-September with fireworks and parties
What To Do
Scuba dive and snorkel: Whether you‘re catching one or communing with hundreds, the wide array of fish that ply the waters off Los Cabos is a main attraction. Underwater sightseers will love El Chileno an underwater preserve; Bahia Santa Maria, a picturesque cove surrounded by cliffs; Gordo Banks; El Arco, called "Land‘s End," where sea lions dart about; and Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park for a close encounter with a whale shark or hammerhead. 
Take romantic day trips: Take a water taxi or private yacht over to Lover’s Beach for a picnic lunch, some sand under your toes, and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. 
In The Area: San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas
San Jose Del Cabo: The quieter of the two main towns, San Jose is an old Mexican village built around the Colonial-style church Iglesia San Jose and a charming town square still filled with vendors. Just around the corner, the lush and serene Estero de San Jose, a freshwater estuary, hosts more than 200 bird species. Visit the nearby Regional Museum to glimpse the area‘s past. 
Cabo San Lucas: Once the anchorage of choice for celebrities seeking a quiet getaway, this lively town is now the mecca for those who seek a fishing charter (many Corridor hotels also have their own fleet of boats), whale-watching excursion (January to March), glass-bottom boat ride, or snorkel or dive trip. Nightlife and shopping are big draws. Be forewarned that cruise ships anchor here, often bringing crowds of passengers.
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Los Cabos Honeymoons, Mexico

Mexico + the Americas

Fun in the surf and sun is the life of Los Cabos, an area that stretches between the town of Cabo San Lucas to the west and San Jose del Cabo to the east along the southernmost coast of Baja, California and Mexico. In between lies the "Corridor," a string of cozy hotels, championship golf courses, winding horse trails, and white-sand beaches (note: a sneaky undertow renders many of them too rough for swimming).

Before You Go: Need-to-know info

Entry requirements: Passport
Language: Spanish
Currency: Peso
Flight time: 8 hours from NYC, 2.5 hours from LA, 6 hours from Chicago, 6 hours from Dallas
Getting around: Bus, car, taxi

When To Go: Los Cabos at its best

Best weather: October to May
Best prices: June to October; exact dates vary by hotel
Festival highlights: Semana Santa, which begins in March or April, leads up to Easter and is celebrated with parades and passion plays; Cinco de Mayo (May 5) commemorates the defeat of the French in 1862; Mexico's independence is celebrated in mid-September with fireworks and parties

What To Do

Scuba dive and snorkel: Whether you're catching one or communing with hundreds, the wide array of fish that ply the waters off Los Cabos is a main attraction. Underwater sightseers will love El Chileno an underwater preserve; Bahia Santa Maria, a picturesque cove surrounded by cliffs; Gordo Banks; El Arco, called "Land's End," where sea lions dart about; and Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park for a close encounter with a whale shark or hammerhead.

Take romantic day trips: Take a water taxi or private yacht over to Lover’s Beach for a picnic lunch, some sand under your toes, and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.

In The Area: San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas

San Jose Del Cabo: The quieter of the two main towns, San Jose is an old Mexican village built around the Colonial-style church Iglesia San Jose and a charming town square still filled with vendors. Just around the corner, the lush and serene Estero de San Jose, a freshwater estuary, hosts more than 200 bird species. Visit the nearby Regional Museum to glimpse the area's past.

Cabo San Lucas: Once the anchorage of choice for celebrities seeking a quiet getaway, this lively town is now the mecca for those who seek a fishing charter (many Corridor hotels also have their own fleet of boats), whale-watching excursion (January to March), glass-bottom boat ride, or snorkel or dive trip. Nightlife and shopping are big draws. Be forewarned that cruise ships anchor here, often bringing crowds of passengers.