The Los Cabos coastline stretches from the enchanting Sea of Cortez to the majestic Pacific Ocean. This region enjoys more than 350 days of bright sunlight, making it one of the most sought-after vacation destinations in the world. Known as the ultimate Mexican seaside holiday destination, Los Cabos offers an endless summer. Located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, this area is a hotbed for water-sports and outdoor activities, and adventurers seek this land for the pleasures of surfing, diving, golfing, and hiking. The sister-towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are very well-known, and offer everything from all-night partying options to artistic pursuits and walks. The Corridor area that stretches between them is home to some of the best resorts in the world and offers tempting all-inclusive packages for honeymooners, and families with kids. Whether you are looking at an invigorating holiday, a fun party-scene, or just a place by the beach to kick back and relax, Los Cabos has something for you.
While Los Cabos is a premium vacation destination throughout the year, the peak season falls between the months of December and April. Opt for a spring or fall season vacation to Los Cabos if you hate crowds. Those traveling to Los Cabos in the fall should make some time to witness a couple of the most iconic events in the area – the Fiesta de Cabo San Lucas (a festival that celebrates food and music in honor of the patron saint of the town, St. Luke), and Bisbee’s Black and Blue (a huge marlin-fishing tournament).
There are more activities to indulge in at Los Cabos than you will have the time for. Try hard to fit in a snorkeling trip to the Bahia Santa Maria which shows you that the sights below the waves in Los Cabos are just as good as those above. Other than party-hopping, stop by to view the art works of local artists at San Jose del Cabo, and if you are here in the winter months, do not miss out on watching the migrating humpback whales.
While this covers when to go and what to do at Los Cabos, the question of where to stay on your Los Cabos vacation remains. This area is incredibly tourist-friendly, and as such, you will be spoilt for choice when you start choosing between Los Cabos resorts. There are Los Cabos resorts to fit every budget and itinerary. Whether you are traveling with a group of friends, your special someone, or your family, finding the right Los Cabos resorts is imperative for a fun and memorable vacation experience. If you are in the mood for luxury and want to vacation like a king, there are a few upscale Los Cabos resorts that we deem completely splurge-worthy. These Los Cabos resorts offer a once-in-a-lifetime stay opportunity. Read on to know where to spend your money.
Located on The Corridor, the One & Only Palmilla has the honor of being the very first resort to be introduced at the Los Cabos area. Oldest of all Los Cabos resorts, the One & Only was built by the then-Mexican President in 1956. Six decades later, this luxurious resort retains its old-world charm and elegance. The resort offers a seemingly endless list of amenities and facilities. From beach casitas with private infinity pools, and studded antique doors greeting you at the entry of each room, to room amenities like Bose sound systems, espresso machines, flat-screen TVs, fully-stocked in-room bar, the rooms at the One & Only are unique, distinctive, and without a doubt, extremely luxurious. The facilities in the resort are as luxurious outdoors as they are indoors. Guests have access to an 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus, a sushi and ceviche bar that opens to the ocean, and top restaurants like Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Market and Chef Larbi Dahrouch’s Agua. Add to this, patios that open up to glorious views of the sea, two more enchanting pools, and a top-class spa, and you may finally have the measure of the One & Only Palmilla.
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