El Arco is Cabo’s most famous landmark located within the spectacular rock formations along Land’s End at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortes. El Arco was created by massive erosion and strong ocean currents. To view El Arco up close, you need water transportation. You will enjoy viewing this specular rock formation during your private sailing charter with Cabo Sails as well as the sea lion colony, Lover’s Beach and Medano Beach.
Located on the Sea of Cortes side of Land’s End on the Cabo San Lucas Bay. To see this location, you need water transportation which is included in all Cabo Sails’ sailing, snorkeling, whale watching and sunset tours. You can enjoy swimming at Lover’s Beach in the designated swimming areas marked with buoys and also enjoy the magnificent beach. You can walk from the Sea of Cortes side through the spectacular rock formations of Land’s End to Playa del Divorcio (Divorce Beach) which is on the Pacific side. Swimming and snorkeling are only allowed on the Sea of Cortez (Cabo San Lucas Bay) side at Lover’s Beach.
In addition to Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo is the other city that forms the Los Cabos tourist destination. San Jose del Cabo’s Historic District heart is Plaza Mijares (Mijares Square). Across the plaza is San Jose’s most iconic historical building which was the first San Jose del Cabo church built when the San Jose del Cabo Anuiti Mission was founded in 1734 by Jesuitical Fray Nicolas Tamaral. Along Obregon Street is the Art district, where old houses were converted into galleries featuring national and international artists. Every Thursday from November to June the art galleries organize an event called Art Walk which features street shows
A quaint, tranquil and relaxing small Mexican town only an hour north of Cabo San Lucas is nestled above a large palm grove on the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur between Cabo San Lucas and La Paz. Todos Santos meaning “all saints” is a magic town (pueblo magico) officially award by the Mexican government to all the Mexican towns which offer a unique enchantment and beautiful heritage of Mexico. Todos Santos was founded in 1724 and was a remote, in accessible outpost until the late 1800s when sugarcane farmers rushed in and grew it into a booming agricultural community overnight. Today, all kinds of tropical fruits and vegetables are grown in and around Todos Santos. It has colonial charm and offers a diverse selection of art galleries, shops, delicious restaurants and a few boutique hotels. In honor of the “All Saints” name, you will enjoy seeing hand carved saints throughout the town.
Located just 60 miles north of Baja’s tourism epicenter, Los Cabos. This jewel of the East Cape region of Baja California Sur stretches five miles from the northernmost tip, Pulmo Point to the southernmost tip, Los Frailes. Surrounded by undeveloped desert and a stunning mountain range, the pristine beaches of Cabo Pulmo Park give way to a shallow bay that cradles one of three living reefs (the only hard coral reef) in North America.