In this video, Expedia puts some of the most exciting views that Los Cabos has to offer on display. Lay out by the beach and work on your tan, or take part in the exciting nightlife with bars and clubs at every corner. In the mood for a little snorkeling? Don’t forget to hit Lover’s Beach! Combining clean, beautiful beaches with 5-star hotels and friendly service makes Los Cabos a fantastic place to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle. There is tons to see and do here, come join us for a great experience.
Facts About San Jose del Cabo – Los Cabos
- Los Cabos is a region at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. The peninsula is located immediately south of California in the United States and cut-off from mainland Mexico.
- Los Cabos encompasses the two communities of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Our Stemaid Institute is situated in the heart of San Jose del Cabo.
- San Jose del Cabo is widely known for its culture and cuisine. Additionally, when compared to Cabo San Lucas – it is the much more relaxed of the two.
- Los Cabos is a major tourist destination and provides increased security over neighboring areas. Visitors can feel safe here, and it’s always good to be aware of your surroundings.
- Los Cabos offers great beach weather all year round! The coldest month is January – which offers a cool 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
- San José del Cabo is home to a thriving art community, hosting the works of world-known artists.
- Rich with culture and history, San Jose del Cabo is home to hotels within the historic district that are boutique in size, but grand in their accommodations and luxury.
- Prices in Los Cabos are a bit more expensive than Cancun. However, prices are very fair when compared to other ‘5-star destinations’. If you’re looking for more bang for your buck – you will find it in Los Cabos.
- The region draws many celebrities due to its proximity, combined with the luxury and exclusivity of its resorts, gorgeous beaches, world-class spas, and challenging golf courses.
- While the peso is the official currency, many businesses will accept U.S. Dollars. Additionally, the peninsula accepts all major credit cards. Still, banks are open for currency exchange during business hours.