Hot sunny days and low humidity make the lively town of Cabo San Lucas a favorite beach vacation destination, also known for fabulous deep-sea fishing and championship golf. Great photo ops await at El Arco, a natural rock formation in the shape of an arch that lies adjacent to Lovers' Beach. Visit Cabo's bustling marina and the Puerto Paraiso Mall, which holds over 200 stores, restaurants, cinema, bowling alley, and more. Every autumn, thousands of gray whales make their annual migration to Cabo from Alaska. Tours will get you up close and personal with these gentle giants from December through March. Few places can compete with the nightlife that this celebrity hotspot offers, with dozens of restaurants, discos, clubs, and bars.
The more laid-back town of San Jose del Cabo is home to several championship golf courses, quaint shops, boutiques, and fine restaurants. History buffs will enjoy the culture throughout the city. The Old Jesuit Mission, known as Parroquia San Jose, has a history dating back to the 1730's, while The Estero, an estuary with an endless variety of colorful birds and wildlife, offers a serene and tranquil landscape. Between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the 20-mile Corridor at Land's End is defined by the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez that meet with stunning desert vistas. Deep sea fishing in The Corridor is among the best in the world. The Corridor is home to many luxury hotels and resort properties, with many activities, restaurants, world-class golf courses, and top of the line spas.