Located on the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos is a destination of stunning natural contrasts, where the harshness of desert mountains meets the fertile waters of the Gulf of California.
The two towns that comprise Los Cabos are a world of contrasts as well. San José del Cabo is a quiet, traditional Mexican town with cobbled streets, art galleries, boutiques, and intimate dining venues. Cabo San Lucas—just to the west—is the home of nightlife and entertainment. No need to choose between the two; they’re just a few miles apart, so you can relax and drink in the charm of old Mexico one day, and seek out some nightlife the next. The strip of coastline between two Cabos is known for its pristine beaches and multiple championship golf courses. If you’d like to try your hand at deep-sea fishing, the waters surrounding the peninsula are renowned by anglers worldwide. We’ll be staying at Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos near San José del Cabo, located on the beach and in close proximity to whatever you choose to do.
- Activities, recreation and entertainment at the resort
- San Jose del Cabo Main Square
- Mission of San Jose del Cabo
- The Arch
- Cabo Pulmo Marine Park
- San Jose Estuary and Bird Sanctuary
- Playa del Amore
- Fishing charters and whale watching