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Sitting at the southern end of the Baja California Peninsula, this state’s most obvious attraction is its vast and beautiful coastline. Head for the beach to lounge on long stretches of pristine white sand, enjoy watersports and discover rock formations rising out of bright blue waters.
If you’re feeling active, try kayaking, diving or snorkeling in Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park. The shallow bay here is home to colorful sea life and one of only three living coral reefs in North America. Majestic mountain and desert terrain stretches out beyond.
For more natural beauty, venture to the serene desert landscapes and otherworldly green lagoons of the sprawling Desierto de El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve, one of the largest protected areas in Latin America. Go mountain biking, hiking and camping here. In the winter months, observe spectacular gray whales in the reserve’s San Ignacio Lagoon.
Head south to discover the cosmopolitan delights of the state capital, La Paz. The port city has a spirited atmosphere, excellent seafood restaurants and a calendar full of festivals. The most famous of them, Carnaval, takes place in February.
Once you reach the southernmost tip of the peninsula, relax and indulge at Los Cabos. This resort has a noticeable North American influence with its shopping malls and golf courses. It is made up of two distinctly different areas, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, joined by a 20-mile (33-kilometer) stretch of highway. Both are well worth exploring.
Lively Cabo San Lucas is the place to go for bars, restaurants and entertainment. San Jose del Cabo, meanwhile, retains the look and feel of an authentic Mexican town. Sip a cold margarita at one of the al fresco restaurants that line its cobbled streets and soak up the laid-back yet sophisticated atmosphere.
To reach Baja California Sur, fly into La Paz or San José del Cabo or cross overland from the U.S. Buses will take you between the major resorts and towns, but consider renting a car for access to more remote villages and beaches.
Facing the Pacific Ocean, this village-like resort lies along a vast scenic private beach, less than 2 km (1 mi) from downtown Cabo San Lucas, marina, the exciting nightlife and shopping distric.
This resort in the center of town overlooks Cabo San Lucas Marina, departure point for sport-fishing adventures; shops and nightlife are within walking distance, and a safe swimming beach is a 5-minute walk. The casino is also close at hand.
Resort is located along the renowned Medano Beach with spectacular views of the Arch at Land’s End. Downtown Cabo San Lucas, shopping, restaurant and nightclubs district is within 4 km (2.5 mi).
Located in Cabo San Lucas, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk and within 2 mi (3 km) of Marina Cabo San Lucas, Land's End, and The Arch. Lover's Beach is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) away.
Less than 3 miles from Cabo San Lucas downtown and marine, this 642-room resort faces Médano Beach with views of the Arch and Lover’s Beach. Exceptional service and courteous staff.
Secluded on the Pacific Ocean side of Baja California's tip, this beachfront all inclusive resort is terraced into a landscaped hillside providing panoramic views of the ocean and picturesque shore.
Nestled on the beach, this Cabo Bello hotel is 0 mi (0 km) from Monuments Beach and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Plaza San Lucas. Cabo del Sol Golf Club and Las Viudas Beach are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in San Jose del Cabo, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course and Puerto Los Cabos Golf Club. Little Beach and Puerto Los Cabos Marina are also within 3 mi (5 km).