cabos overview

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At the southern most tip of the Baja peninsula, is truly a sight to behold and one of Cabo's most famous landmarks, "The Arch" also known as the "Window to the Pacific". During low tides, many visitors enjoy Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach) allowing a spectacular view of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean.

San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are joined by a breathtaking Oceanfront corridor of hidden coves and sandy shores surrounded by seven championship golf courses, and frolicking whales from January to March.

Popular Santa Maria Bay and Chileno Beach are two of the Tourist Corridor's crown jewels, with fantastic snorkeling, water sports and scuba diving.

 The Corridor Beaches

Spectacular Chileno Bay and nearby Santa Maria Bay are two lovely coves, ideal for sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling.

Chileno features complete water sports equipment rentals. Lovely Playa Barco Varado ("Ship Wreck Beach") sits adjacent to the Cabo del Sol Golf Course.

 Los Cabos Golf

In the past decade Los Cabos has become one of North America's hottest golf destinations. Golf in Los Cabos features amazing ocean views, gorgeous desert topography and year-round great weather, all just minutes away from Royal Solaris.

 Whale Watching

Whether in Cabo San Lucas or San Jose del Cabo, visitors are treated to whale watching from January through April. Of the world's approximately 21,000 gray whales, an estimated 11,000 make this journey of over 10,000 miles to bear their calves and frolic in Pacific Coast lagoons to the north of Los Cabos. Many continue south, veering around land's end and into the warm waters of the Sea of Cortes.