Tucked at the southernmost tip of the famous Baja Peninsula is Los Cabos. Often described as two places in one, it is an impressive blend of the old world in San Jose del Cabo area. With its cobble streets, classic main square, and Mission church, it is the ideal place to stroll into the past. And then there is the modern Cabo San Lucas, generally called "Cabo" by those familiar with the region. This area of Los Cabos is an iconic, upscale traveler's destination with a full array of hotspots that include natural attractions, activities like fishing or windsailing, clubs, shopping centers, beaches and much more. There is also a third region described as the "Corridor" which, as you might guess, is the stretch of land between the old town and the new, and which is now a preferred area for golfing and resorts.
Naturally, this entire region is an idyllic location for luxury villa holidays, and clients of Isle Blue will find a bevy of Cabo villa options ranging from beachfront villa haciendas designed and decorated by skilled artisans to comfortable condominiums offering every activity and luxury imaginable. Dine on local dishes prepared by your private chef, bask in a rooftop Jacuzzi, or walk to the golf courses from your choice of Los Cabos vacation villas. Our representatives dedicate time learning your preferences and helping you plan a flawless tropical holiday - even booking tickets for attractions or events to help you avoid lines and crowds.
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Cabo is a place of natural landmarks as well as historical sites too. At the top of most must see lists, is the famous "Land's End". A wildly beautiful spot, it is a popular destination for hiking, beach goers and for photography. It is home to an array of natural rock formations, including "El Arco", part of the equally famous "Three Friars", and where you are most likely to catch a glimpse of wild sea lions and pelicans. A great tip is to have your Isle Blue representative help you book a water taxi or boat tour.
There are also seasonal attractions such as the gray whales who visit from October through March. They come into shallow lagoons and many pass by Cabo often. You can book a private tour, a group tour, or find many different villas where you can see whales from the shore!
Depending on the location of your villa or rental, you will be able to enjoy golfing, beach activities, shopping, and a huge array of activities and tours. Diving and snorkeling are major activities in the pristine waters, and if you want to visit one of the best places in Cabo, you will want to head to the Mexican National Marine Park location Cabo Pulmo. It is a true treasure of a coral reef, but if you want to remain close to the town, you can head to Los Arborlitos beach where snorkeling is safe and beautiful or to Las Sirenitas, where unusual rocks can be explored beneath the waves.