The variety ecosystems, the duality between the desert and the sea, above all the feeling of peace and well-being that "The state" offers is one of the best experiences there is. The peninsula of Baja California Sur is a place full of magic.
Los Cabos is made up of two internationally recognized cities, Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Their natural beauty is ideal for different activities and you will love the wonderful weather.
By day, the rays of the sun point to a pleasant morning where you can enjoy the beach such as Santa Maria or Chileno Bay, this two beaches with Blue Flag recognition. During the evening it cools and the climate changes, you can find lots of stars that appear in the sky next to the moon that simply takes your breath away and gives you the full experience of stargazing.
Part of its features is tranquility and at the same time adrenaline. Why adrenaline? For the activities that each town of Baja California Sur has. You can practice sports such as parachuting, kayaking, yachting, swimming with whale sharks or touring Jesuit missions, the sudcaliforniano territory is a place that invites you to explore nature.
An extraordinary activity that you can do in your visit to the peninsula is the sighting
of the Gray Whale. For hundreds of years, this mammal makes a winter crossing of
more than 16 kilometers of travel from the cold waters of Alaska to the warm seas
of Baja California Sur.
The largest number of whales occur in February. Year after year, diverse groups of people make trips to the beaches of Baja California Sur to live the experience of watching them jump, swim and even touch them.
The Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve is the largest protected natural area in Mexico,
home to many species such as sea lions, turtles, sharks, seals and seabirds. We invite you to discover a special part of the territory and the beauty that exists
in this place. Without any doubt, it is a state that surprises its visitors and constantly
makes them fall in love. Visit Baja California Sur: experience, live and enjoy.