Cabo San Lucas
North American’s often refer to Los Cabos as Land’s End as it is located on the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula south of California. The remarkable setting where the sapphire Sea of Cortez meets desert and mountains is unique to Los Cabos.
The weather is divine, about 78ºF on average, representing one of the main attractions for vacationers.
Hollywood stars such as Bing Crosby and John Wayne, lured by the legendary sport fishing, initially put Los Cabos on the tourist map back in the 1950s. And while fishing still draws avid anglers to what’s called “marlin alley”, Los Cabos has also become one of the world’s top golf destinations. Enjoy the courses at Cabo del Sol during the Jim Flick Invitational, notably two of the best in Baja.
Several top-notch facilities presently dot the strip with more on the way by acclaimed designers who happily compete for the opportunity to ply their art on such a stirring canvas, where the desert coastline meets the Sea of Cortez.