Los Cabos, Mexico, say Si today.

Los Cabos, Mexico, where the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez meet, is a beautiful region that isn’t simply defined by just one great destination, but many. From Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo and The Corridor area, all of them offer a one-of-a-kind experience.

Adventures aplenty

No matter your age, the region of Los Cabos is rich in adventures. The town of Cabo San Lucas is touted as one of the best sport fishing spots in North America, where reeling in a marlin is reality. To this day, this is the resort town that sport fishing built. Some of the best kayaking in the world can be found here. Not only is the clear, calm waters inviting, but it’s one of the best ways to tour the local landmarks in the area. Hop on a boat and go whale watching on the Sea of Cortez. And the best time to do this is between February and April. The area is teeming with over a dozen world-class golf courses designed by legends of the great game. And, if a day on the links takes you within striking distance of Cabo San Lucas, then you’ll want to head downtown and hit up Cabo Wabo, a must-visit bar, owned by legendary musician Sammy Hagar.

Whale watching near Cabo San Lucas

If you’re looking for more, here’s a written tour of three distinctly unique areas that truly cater to any guest when visiting the Los Cabos area. Also, if a resort is what you’re after, WestJet Vacations offers packages to 20 hotels in the area.

San Jose del Cabo

Guests call it one of the friendliest, most inviting, and safest areas in Mexico. This town will wow you with its traditional Mexican shopping, beaches, and breathless sunrises and sunsets. A visit would not be complete without a trip to The Old Town Gallery. Perhaps, you want to see all of the galleries in town. But where do you find the time? No problem. The highly popular Evening Art Walk – every Thursday between June and November –  takes you on a walking tour of all the art galleries, while musicians and street performers play outside. It’s a great way to explore the town, scope out restaurants and take note of places to shop.

hiking in the desert in Baja

Cabo San Lucas

This is the home of the highly popular Cabo Wabo – Sammy Hagar’s place to eat and enjoy live entertainment seven days a week. It’s also famous for the eye-popping El Arco – the landmark rock formation that creates a beautiful, natural arch visible for miles, but can only be experienced by beach every four years when the tide is just right. Then, there’s the window to the Pacific, Land’s End and Lover’s Beach – all of which we recommend you take a water taxi or glass bottom boat to ensure you get up close for the make-your-friends jealous social media pics. And of course, Cabo is a great spot to get out paddle boarding or head out for a day of sport fishing. This place truly has it all, including numerous vendors and restaurants to explore along the marina.

Golfing at cabo real

The Corridor

Remember those golf adventures we mentioned earlier? Well, this is where you want to book your daily tee times to some of the best golf courses in Mexico. And whether your day was filled with enjoying endless beaches, hitting the links, shopping, or indulging in local restaurants, you’ll rest easy because The Corridor is filled with high-end, all-inclusive resorts.

So, are you ready to visit Los Cabos now? Of course you are. Book today at westjet.com, or call your travel agent.