Sun, Sand & Surf: 10 Unforgettable Los Cabos AttractionsBy Megan T. Brown on April 11, 2016
No matter what your favorite hobbies, a scenic haven at the tip of the Baja Peninsula offers up a sweet escape for everyone. From fishing to whale watching, enjoying lively music to taking in the historic art districts, these Los Cabos attractions will make you wonder why you’ve been putting off the trip of a lifetime!
Created by Peter Buck of REM, this music festival benefits the nonprofit Palapa Society and is sponsored by Hotel California, bringing a host of talented artists to Baja Sur each year.
Teams of up to six participants compete for the honor of angling the biggest and best catch in the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament. Do you have what it takes?
Los Cabos Tournaments
Some journey to Los Cabos for sun and sand—others make the trek for those turquoise waves. Here's everything you need to plan a hassle-free surf trip, including where to pick up the sunblock you forgot.
Fantasizing about playing a picturesque tropical course? Look no further than the seaside expanses of lush green that make up some of the finest golfing Mexico has to offer.
Whether you're a new diver or a pro, get all the training you need at Nautilus Dive Tech—plus some incredible underwater sightseeing with which dry land can never compete!
From December till April, the Baja California Sur region's waters are alive with humpback and California gray whales, plus a host of other aquatic wonders. What better way to witness some of nature's most gorgeous creatures than aboard a glass-bottomed boat tour?
A vibrant dialogue between Mexican film and its North American cultural commercial partners, the Los Cabos International Film Festival celebrates the beauty of film each November.
Los Cabos Arte y Cultura, A. C.
For a decade, this 10-acre organic farm in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains has taken great pride in providing organic ingredients to locals, including the tables at Flora's Field Kitchen, Flora's Grocery and the Culinary Cottage.
Tucked behind San Jose del Cabo's historic main square and church, the Gallery District is home to high-end fine art galleries—not to mention some of the finest dining Los Cabos has to offer.
If avoiding the party crowd is your game, stretch out onto the pristine beaches of Todos Santos for a truly authentic experience.
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