Things to Do in The Baja Peninsula

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Located in San José del Cabo’s historic district is the Baja Brewing Company, which kicked off an artisanal craft beer craze here back in 2007. (Two... Read More

To get to Espíritu Santo, sign up for a one- to five-day cruise. There are no hotels, but travelers can sleep in the small vessel’s eight... Read More

Ever dreamt of swimming with a dolphin? Cabo Adventures is the place that can make it happen, along with scuba diving, zip lining, and snorkeling trips.... Read More

“Fish on!” is what you will be yelling during a Cabo Magic Sportfishing charter. With over 40 years of fishing experience, the captain and crew will... Read More

Get your clubs and and tees ready for Cabo Real Golf Club, a championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. It opened in 1994 and only two years... Read More

Run by esteemed winemaker Hugo D’Acosta, who trained in Bordeaux. Read More

Humble shop selling local cheese, wine, honey, olives, and jams. Read More

Where It Is: At the northern end of the Espiritu Santos islands, a group of islands dotting the waters in the Bay of La Paz, Los Islotes is a pair... Read More

One thing not to miss in Los Cabos is El Arco, a natural arch rock formation at the tip of the Baja Peninsula. To visit the iconic spot where sea lions... Read More

A 20-foot-high natural marine geyser. Read More

Lover’s Beach—also known as “Playa del Amor”—is located next to El Arco, right where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Don’t miss a visit to... Read More

Located at the Me Cabo Hotel on Medano Beach, this trendy poolside club is part of an international chain with seven locations, including Miami Beach... Read More

As of February 2014, you’ll be able to swim with a school of giant bluefin tuna offshore. Read More

Bring a lunch and some snorkeling gear to one of the few swimming beaches along Los Cabos’s dramatic coastline. This crescent-shaped cove of sand is... Read More

Tee off at this world-class golf course designed by two of the most legendary golfers of all time, Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. This 7,461-yard, par... Read More

Enjoy a delicious early dinner in San José del Cabo’s Old Town, then burn off the calories while strolling through the Gallery District on the Art Walk,... Read More

The San José Estuary is a marshy freshwater lagoon stretching over 2,000 acres. Fed by an underground river that flows from the nearby mountains, this... Read More

Hike or surf along the sweeping, often-deserted San Miguel Beach, which is free of cell-phone-toting city dwellers fighting for parking spots. Read More

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This beach’s official name is Costa Azul, but nobody calls it that. It’s Zippers, and right offshore is a famous wave break that attracts surfers from... Read More

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