Los Cabos

Desert and tropical landscapes merge in this spectacular destination in the southernmost part of Baja California, between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. One of the least well-known but glamorous areas of Mexico.

Amazing underwater world

Jacques Costeau called it the aquarium of the world due to the whales, dolphins and sea lions in its waters, along with many other native species. Travelling to Los Cabos is the dream of many scuba divers and water sports fans. Wander through San José del Cabo, an authentic Mexican town with cobbled streets and small craft stores. Join the party in Cabo San Lucas and sail around Espiritu Santo Island, a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site. Water sports at Playa Médano or swimming with dolphins in Cabo Dolphin are two more great things to do in Los Cabos.

Mata uang
The official currency is the Mexican peso, but the US dollar is widely accepted in many places.
The official language is Spanish. In the most tourist areas, English is widely spoken
Internet access is good in hotels. In some more remote areas there are problems with the signal.
The climate is warm and subtropical. Temperatures range from 13⁰C to 30⁰C throughout the year. The humidity is very high and increases the feeling of heat.

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