Mexico is not only a country between the U.S. and Central America; it has a legacy of its own, which is matchless. The major part of its legacy is glorified due to its pristine beaches, diversified landscape, cultural heritage, and historical ruins. And among all these stunning glories, Los Cabos has its own special place which makes it a travelers’ playground, beach lovers’ heaven and the dream destination of tranquility seekers.
Located at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos is finally getting its due hype after being ignored by the world for a long time. People have finally found the mesmerizing beauty of this municipality and its numerous attractions, and they are adding it in their list of must-visit destinations.
If your list of must-visit places is also finally touching the brim of Los Cabo, then here is what you must experience when traveling:
El Arco de Cabo San Lucas
Once you are in Los Cabos, you can’t miss out the spectacular view of the meeting point of the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. It is a stunning view, which you can experience at the arch of Cabo San Lucas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also called the Arch of the End of the World. Well, it is the end of the world or not, but it is surely the end of the Pacific Ocean.
It is a meandering rock formation at the southern end of Cabo San Luca, also called as El Arco by locals. This granite rock is one of many beautiful natural monuments which grace the natural beauty of the Los Cabos. Book a boat trip, get in the boat, and sail through the turquoise water to experience the moment where the Pacific Ocean embraces the brim of the Gulf of California.
Cabo Pulmo National Park
Just go 60 miles north of the Los Cabos, and you will land in Cabo Pulmo, a national marine Park which is equally popular among divers and marine life lovers. Very few destinations in the world can meet the excellence of this marine park. But things were not all bliss here before! This amazing place faced many years of negligence, but finally in 1995 Mexican government elevated offshore waters from Cabo Pulmo as National Marine Park.
Once you are in Los Cabos, cover a distance of 60 miles, wear your diving gear, and take a dip into the water to experience the stunning marine life and coral reefs. Enjoy the pleasure of swimming with sea turtles covered with the school of fish, which you will remember entire your life.
Go northwest of Los Cabos, and you will enter a small town of Todos Santos hiding a whole new world. It has been assigned the title of Pueblo Mágico by Mexico’s Secretariat of Tourism which is given to the places having unique characteristics, significant value and traditions, and unbeatable experience. And Todos Santos surely has it all!
It’s painted one-story houses, refreshing restaurants, and thriving shopping scene creates an environment that exudes traditional and modern vibes. And experiencing these vibes is totally worth it!
Los Cabos is that natural marvel that you wish to experience again and again because one time is not enough to unfold all the treasures of this land. With so much to see and do in Cabos you’ll want to stay awhile and live like a local. No matter how many times you visit here, ditch out the hotel and rent one of the fully furnished Cabo luxury villas to have a personalized and get that local experience you’re looking for.