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Your Los Cabos City Visit
Los Cabos combines the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, connected by a 20-mile stretch of scenic coastline. Cabo San Lucas offers nightlife, breathtaking geography, and countless outdoor adventures. San Jose del Cabo is full of colonial charm, gourmet eateries, and lively markets. Together, these contrasting cities strike the perfect balance of adventure and leisure, making it an ideal destination for any type of traveler.
When to visit
Get an up-close look at gray whales during their annual winter mating season. Every year from mid-December to March, thousands of gray whales migrate from the icy arctic to bear their calves in the warm waters of Mar de Cortés and the Pacific. Bring your camera and watch these gentle giants breach, splash, and dive with their young.
The Arch is a must-see in Los Cabos. Also known as the Land’s End, this natural rock formation has been carved out over time by strong winds and powerful currents. Situated on the southern tip of Cabos San Lucas, this emblematic landmark can be accessed via air taxi, renting a private boat, or simply by paddling by on a SUP.