Why Los Cabos?
Los Cabos is a Mexican municipality that comprises the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. The municipality contains two towns, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, as well as a string of resorts between the two. Though the area is known primarily for its conga lines and doling out copious amounts of tequila, not all of the fun things to do in Los Cabos are for party animals. Beyond being renowned party towns, Los Cabos has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in Mexico because of its pleasant climate, amazing dining options and outdoor recreational activities. There are numerous beaches that have served as some of the most important Cabo San Lucas attractions, such as Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach), though perhaps the most iconic landmark in the area is El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, which is where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific. On top of being a gathering place for sea lions, this area also attracts nursing whales, as numerous calves are born and reared in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez. Consequently, one of the most breathtaking and fun things to do in Cabo San Lucas during the winter is to go whale watching. The warm waters have also made the area a hotspot for fishing, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming. The list of things to do in San Jose del Cabo is no different.
There are dozens of Cabo excursions that will take you out on the water, into the rugged landscape of the Sierra de La Laguna (the mountain range of the interior) or up the Baja coast. The beauty of the Los Cabos coast can be experienced by boat or while snorkeling through the crystal clear waters of Santa Maria Bay. Scuba diving is another popular activity. Cabo tours that explore the interior are real treats, too, as the beautiful canyons and rivers that comprise the landscape are reminiscent of Utah’s Zion National Park, which is regularly ranked among the most beautiful parks in America. If you want to become better acquainted with the culture and history of the Baja peninsula, you can also travel up the coast to either La Paz or Todos Santos. The latter is a gem of a city, complete with authentic colonial architecture, a thriving artistic community and a culinary scene that is as unique as the city’s landscape. Meanwhile, La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur, is a more commercial city that was once the home of the American novelist John Steinbeck.
Gray Line Los Cabos
Gray Line Los Cabos offers dozens of opportunities for Cabo San Lucas tours and San Jose del Cabo tours. Some of our most exciting packages will show you that there is so much more to Cabo than the area's legendary nightlife. You can take a Los Cabos ATV tour that will reveal the majestic coastal landscape; go horseback riding along the picturesque beaches; or dive into the famous turquoise waters of Cabo for a snorkeling or scuba diving adventure. We even offer kayaking tours; whale watching tours; and a Cabo dinner cruise that will allow you to see some of the peninsula’s most breathtaking rock formations at dusk as you take advantage of an open bar.
We also offer tours that travel up the Baja coast to the town of La Paz and the artist community at Todos Santos.
Gray Line Los Cabos has spent years creating and refining our tours to assure you the best possible experience. We take pride not only in our knowledge of the areas that we service, but also of our professionalism and willingness to make certain that you have the best possible experience while visiting the idyllic Baja peninsula.