Los Cabos offers a variety of sports and activities that few beach destinations can match. An ideal climate and diverse terrain – in or out of the water – makes the area a year-round playground. For decades legendary sport fishing was Los Cabos' main claim to fame; now championship golf shares the spotlight with exciting water sports, land activities and much more...
Deep in the desert backcountry of Baja, you'll find the adrenaline boost you've been looking for. Exploring barren ranchos on horseback, ATV or Desert Buggy will prove the ultimate adventure. In Los Cabos and throughout the peninsula, you'll always encounter perfect weather, spectacular ocean views, and world-class golf that is just par for the course. Over 25 miles of the Los Cabos coastline are reserved for an ecological reserve. Take an unforgettable journey through the park's network of trails, arroyos, mountains, and narrow canyons while enjoying magnificent views of the Sea of Cortez.
A golfer's paradise that Golf Digest and Golf Magazine touted as one of the world's top 15 destinations, Los Cabos offers a combination of ocean, desert and mountain landscapes, ensuring a golf experience unlike that in any other destination. Local golf courses have attracted such notable designers as Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, Robert Trent Jones Jr., and Tom Weiskopf.
Take water adventures to a speedy new level by cruising on a wave runner or parasailing while you explore the local coastline, alongside whales and dolphins - an exhilarating and not-to-be-missed adventure. Los Cabos is internationally renowned as a fishing destination. The waters here teem with Dorado and Yellowfin, Wahoo and Rooster Fish. The abundance of black, blue and striped Marlin has earned it the moniker of the "Marlin Capital of the World."
Live the experience of a lifetime while up in the air above Cabo. Activities such as Parasailing, Bungee, Sky Diving, Hang Gliding, and more will offer an ultimate adrenaline rush (when that's what you want) or a relaxing ride with a romantic view of Cabo, the Sea of Cortez and the outback from more than a 150 feet above the ground level.