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Mexican Paradise

Baja California Sur is one of the most beautiful states in Mexico. Are you looking for beautiful beaches with impressive seabeds, many activities for the more adventurous, delicious food and landscapes that seem to have been taken from a postcard? Baja California Sur will conquer you! We suggest 10 places to see in Baja California Sur, as well as some special activities to enjoy in this area of Mexico.

If you want to visit and have wonderful experiences in your life, MEXPERIENCE CABO can take you to each of these paradises, offering you private transportation with expert tour guides in comfortable, modern, and safe transportation units. You only decide which places to visit and we take care of everything!

Cabo San Lucas

Adventure abounds in Cabo San Lucas, as there are many diversions for the visitor. Water activities are the main attraction for both couples and families with children, since you can practice world-class snorkeling and diving, there you will be delighted with the observation of numerous species of tropical fish. Anglers looking for the catch of the day can hire and hop on any of the fishing boats located in the Los Cabos Marina to fish for striped marlin, black marlin, blue marlin, dorado or tuna. On dry land, visitors are looking for real fun as the destination has activities and tours for the whole family. For a more relaxed experience, slow down a bit and tee off on any of the golf courses or visit the spas offered by various hotels to soothe the senses.

One of the joys of Los Cabos is shopping, since Luxury Avenue and the Puerto Paraíso Shopping Center are two of the largest shopping centers in Baja California Sur and they are located here in Los Cabos so you can buy clothes and jewelry completely unique. Oh, and by the way, remember that in Cabo San Lucas the gastronomy is fascinating!! Once you are satisfied with the tours and excursions, head to the restaurants to enjoy authentic Mexican food or seafood specialties brought directly from the seas that surround us. That’s the perfect way to end a day in Los Cabos.

San José del Cabo

Showcasing the more relaxed and artistic side of Los Cabos, San José del Cabo is full of sublime adventure activities, eye catching attractions, and exciting things to do when you’re on vacation. San José del Cabo shows us historic architecture and colorful buildings in the art district in the historic center of the city. Every Thursday there is an “Art Walk” that allows visitors to tour the galleries that offer local works in charming spaces. The area is also a gateway to the organic food scene, with most of the streets in the historic center lined with local art boutiques and trendy cafes. If you plan it well, you can participate in some traditional Mexican festivities such as the Day of the Dead celebration or eat at the Sabor a Cabo festival.

Beyond the cities, the beaches attract surfers from all over the world to try the delicious waves along the coast, which usually ends with a walk through the bars to celebrate with a drink or enjoy a delicious dinner in any of the the restaurants that are in the heart of San José del Cabo. Major species such as striped marlin, roosterfish, and grouper can be caught in the Sea of Cortez. For a more sedate pursuit, a selection of quality golf courses provide peace of mind for any golfer looking to score that elusive hole-in-one. If travelers are in the mood to spend, they will always find a variety of shops offering clothing and fine goods year-round.

Swimming beaches in Los Cabos

The Baja California Sur peninsula is surrounded by water, it has several beaches to walk and enjoy the extraordinary beauty of the region’s landscape. However, although many hotels are on the shore of the beach, some of these are not suitable for swimming due to the waves. The good news is that there are plenty of other beaches that are perfect for swimming and snorkeling, including Playa Palmilla in San José del Cabo, Playa el Médano in Cabo San Lucas, and Playa del Amor near the Arch. In addition, in the Tourist Corridor there are Playa de Santa María and Playa Chileno with generally calm waters that invite you to take a refreshing dip.

It is also important to mention that Los Cabos has 25 Blue Flag certified beaches, which makes it the destination in Mexico with the largest number of certified beaches. The iconic Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognized voluntary eco labels awarded to beaches, marinas and sustainable tourism operators. To qualify, a series of strict environmental, educational, safety and accessibility criteria, including public and swimmable, must be met and maintained.

Cabo del Este

One of the main attractions for visitors to Los Cabos is the prized stretch known as Cabo del Este. Isolated and silent, most of its beaches are deserted, since to get there you have to cross sandbanks, but don’t worry, since there are many easily accessible places near the hotels. Those sublime beaches keep secrets. Surfers come from all over the world to enjoy the clear blue waves, many even consider it one of the best places on the planet to visit, making it the trip of a lifetime.

Deep-sea fishing is one of the most popular activities you can do here, as a wide variety of pelagic species are caught daily from shore or within a 10-kilometer radius, including grouper, marlin, sailfish, dorado and tuna. It is not always necessary to get on board to enjoy fishing, just walk along the sand to catch beautiful rooster fish or crevellas from there.

Todos Los Santos

Close your eyes and imagine the charming cobbled streets of a seaside town… In a calm and comfortable environment that spans a seaside community populated by surfers and artists alike… Open them!! That’s Todos Santos in Baja California Sur. Decorated by old haciendas, art galleries and simply charming restaurants that seem to emerge from the corners of its whitewashed buildings. There are always things to do in this sublime city. In 2006, the Mexican government granted Todos Santos the special designation of “Pueblo Mágico” in recognition of its natural beauty, cultural richness, and historical relevance.

A slow and plodding stroll through the quiet streets while admiring local art puts any visitor in a zen-like state of mind. This is one of the places in life where a visit remains in your soul forever. Located an hour’s drive from Cabo San Lucas, it is close enough to make the trip in a day and discover all its mysteries on your own. Without a doubt, this is the lost boy of Los Cabos, willing to give you his spirit in quiet solitude and peace. Come stroll through one of the most charming communities on the Baja California peninsula.

In this place is the Hotel California, one of the main attractions of this town that, it is said, inspired the famous Las Águilas song that bears the same name. It is a world-famous complex that we suggest you take a look at because it has a peculiar charm.

Malecón de La Paz y Playa Balandra

A couple of hours from Los Cabos is La Paz, capital of the state of Baja California Sur, a sleepy city famous for its beautiful collection of beaches, plazas, and attractive boardwalk.

If you wonder how far it is from Los Cabos to La Paz, it takes an average of 2.5 hours to get to this famous destination that is home to one of the beaches best known for its unique beauty: Playa Balandra. This beach is the perfect combination of crystal clear waters in green and blue tones that look like a watercolor with a shallow depth that extends for hundreds of meters and is surrounded by mangroves, dunes and cacti.

Being just a short time away, you can organize your experiences in Los Cabos and allocate a day to visit this famous beach and complete your collection of photos of the best beaches in Mexico. A perfect plan to get to know the beaches of Baja California Sur.

Playa Balandra has been named on several occasions as the best beach in Mexico. And it’s no small thing to have strong competition! For example, the beaches of Cancun are also beautiful. But Balandra beach stands out for its shallow and absolutely crystal clear waters, which makes it an ideal place to see marine animals, even for the little ones. There is also a curious mushroomshaped rock formation, everyone wants a photo there!

If this plan seems magnificent to you, then you can book a tour from Los Cabos to Balandra with MEXPERIENCECABO and spend a day in this destination, and then return to your hotel and rest after living this experience.

Isla Espiritu Santo

Isla Espiritu Santo is a magical place in the Baja California Peninsula. It is a tropical paradise boasting amazing scenery and an endless amount of curious wildlife. Isla Espiritu Santo is remote, it’s wild, and it’s definitely a must do when visiting La Paz or Los Cabos.

Something that attracts many tourists is that Isla Espiritu Santo has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007. This is a protected area and one of the most virgin in Mexico: you will not see vendors or shops on the beach inside this island because it is Not allowed.

With endless flora and fauna that inhabits this protected natural area. In addition to natural beauty at every turn, it offers endless unique wildlife experiences. Stay to know all the details and what is necessary to travel to Isla Espiritu Santo, and to be able to plan your visit to one of the best national parks in Mexico.

In Isla Espiritu Santo and its surroundings there are endless adventure activities. You can snorkel or dive with sea lions, explore one of the many amazing hiking trails, camp under the stars on one of the many beaches, or kayak along this amazing coastline.

Cañón de la Zorra

The Cañón de la Zorra is a charming place, an oasis distinguished by its beautiful twelve-meter waterfall that forms a natural pool ideal for enjoying a moment of relaxation, as well as for cooling off after doing activities near the area. If you are in Baja California Sur you must make a stop at this place.

To enter the incredible waterfall, you must arrive at Rancho Sol de Mayo, where you must follow a dirt road, well signposted and without complications. If you are coming from Cabo San Lucas, the time by car is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, while from La Paz it is 2 hours and 20 minutes. So go preparing your route and your itinerary to be able to fully enjoy all the activities you want to do in the Cañón de la Zorra.

Once you arrive at the ranch they will provide you with the necessary information about the place, likewise a guide will be in charge of taking you to the canyon, so it is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, since the road that you are going to travel is unpaved , so you will find stones and earth. Little by little, as you walk you will get incredible desert landscapes and the closer you get you will be able to admire the 12-meter waterfall that carries water all year round. You can swim, walk and snorkel, etc. Ask about the activities available.

Cabo Pulmo

Located on the East Coast of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, two hours from San José del Cabo, Cabo Pulmo is a Protected Natural Area declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, one of the most important achievements in the conservation of oceans and the only hard coral reef area in the Gulf of California.

The reef of the Cabo Pulmo National Park is considered a treasure of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, it is around 20,000 years old and has more than 300 species of fish, which is why it is known as “The Aquarium of the World”. Cabo Pulmo has become a world famous place for diving and snorkeling, with instructors of the highest level.

Cabo Pulmo National Park obtained that category since June 2000, so it is a place with a high level of conservation and it is essential to follow certain rules and care that this site requires, how to know the transit areas, respect for the community and healthy coexistence with marine species.

Cabo Pulmo is the perfect example of ecotourism, ideal for those looking for the quieter and more natural side of Los Cabos. The activities that take place in this area provide a close look at its incredible underwater ecosystem, as it is home to the largest and most diverse coral reefs in North America, providing a safe haven for more than 800 species of marine life in the Sea of Cortez.

Cabo Pulmo is home to five of the seven endangered species of sea turtles in the world, as well as one of the largest collections of sharks, including bull sharks, tiger sharks, hammerheads, blacktips, white sharks, and Whales. humpbacks per season.

This eco-destination is remote and untouched, perfect for those seeking off-the-beaten-path adventures, bountiful seas, spectacular desert, and unforgettable sunsets.

La ventana

Located on the shores of the Sea of Cortez is La Ventana, a small beach town 40 minutes southeast of La Paz and approximately two and a half hours from Los Cabos International Airport. A true jewel of Baja California Sur, this small fishing village offers many activities for visitors such as windsurfing and kitesurfing, since, from November to March, the winds reach speeds of between 25 and 55 kilometers per hour, which allows lovers of these water activities enjoy the sea.

Be sure to visit this beautiful place during the La Ventana windsurfing classic, a competition that supports local schools, you will have a lot of fun doing it. Make the most of the beachfront location and snorkel in the placid waters, where you can come face to face with brilliant multicolored fish species like those you see in an aquarium, or dive beneath the shimmering waves to see incredible crustaceans, another option. is kayaking through the nooks and crannies of the coves to observe wildlife.