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Los Cabos

Mexico
"Soak up the ambience of Los Cabos, a dynamic hub on the tip of Mexico’s scenic west coast. Rugged shoreline beauty and high-end luxury combine, in this multifaceted playground designed for all moods. Picture adrenaline-pumping excursions for when you seek adventure. Indulge in enigmatic spa therapies by the waves. Add to this a dose of Mexican charisma and traditional food, letting you unlock snippets of history through taste."

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Explore Los Cabos

Only a 2-hour flight from the star-studded streets of LA, Los Cabos is a popular choice amongst US travellers, including Hollywood VIPs. European visitors will have to take a connecting flight, most likely via Mexico City or the States, however this is a destination worth the layover. Once here, taxis are the easiest mode of transport, though arranging your chauffeured airport transfer in advance can help avoid stress.

Climate & seasons

High season runs from November to April, with April and May typically being the driest months. Temperatures are highest in June, however things take a turn for the wet (with a slight chance of hurricanes) between July and September. Whale watchers should aim for December to April - February is when calf activity comes to life.

Where to go

Bridged by a 20-mile corridor of golf courses and upmarket resorts, Los Cabos comprises the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. The former is known for its upbeat energy and nightlife, with a variety of attractions including the Marina of luxury yachts. Meanwhile, San Jose del Cabo boasts the iconic Arch of Cabo San Lucas and an estuary home to an array of tropical wildlife.

What to do

With high-quality resort amenities at your disposal, beach or golf leisure comes with beauty and charm. Yacht charters, fishing trips and whale watching promise to keep ocean lovers entertained. Alternatively, biking, horseback riding and 4WD tours offer coastal thrills. For immersive day trips further afield, visit the quaint village of Todos Santos or Cabo Pulmo National Park, followed by lively dining back at Cabo San Lucas.

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