Region of Baja California Sur
Stretching along the
tip of the Baja Peninsula lays Punta Los Cabos
a vast destination
comprised of contrasts.
striking desert landscape, and a blend of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of
Cortez at the world famous Los Cabos Arch. Visitors are surrounded by a
dramatic coupling of endless cactus desert, backed by cinnamon mountains,
and bordered by miles of white sandy beach and clear, azure waters.
An excursion to
Punta Los Cabos is an immersion into Baja – a sampling of the resort
communities, solitary beaches, colonial mining towns & small villages, and
one of North America’s most pristine undisturbed ecosystems.
Cape Los Cabos
Baja’s East Cape
region is located on the southern part of Baja California Sur Peninsula,
just minutes north east of Los Cabos Mexico is one of the world’s
wealthiest and most diverse eco-friendly fisheries on the planet. The
stretches for about 30 km from Punta Colorada north to Punta Pescadero,
along lovely Bahía de Palmas.
East Cape’s two main
communities, Los Barriles and Buenavista, are small villages 3 km apart.
Fishing here is
outstanding – the area
reportedly has the highest catch rate in the world! Whether fishing for
tuna, Dorado, marlin, sailfish, roosterfish, wahoo or many of the abundant
sportfish, the East Cape of Baja California and the Sea of Cortez is sure
to satisfy any anglers’ itch.
the most gorgeous surfing beaches in Cabo, close to the Tropic of Cancer,
the East Cape is the last untouched landscape in Baja. Watch the desert
mountains disappear into the sea - cactus merging with the surf. Enjoy the
company of whales and dolphins while you fish in clear blue water off
Seclusion Tucked away, far from the
bustle of your active life, your vacation in East Cape Los Cabos offers
you privacy set between the desert and the sea.
Biking & Trailblazing
- The beauty of Cabo Pulmo does not end in the water - long time visitors
and residents have
designed an excellent
series of mountain trails and shoreline rides. Morning and evening hikes &
rides provide breathtaking views of sunrises and moonrises over the Sea of
Cortez, with miles of bird and plant life.
Santiago – Miraflores –
A lush oasis famous for
its fresh fruits & vegetables. Enjoy the desert flora and fauna and watch
the vast species of local birds.
Casitas – Visit
the fossil cemetery
Just south of the
city, at the edge of the Tropic of Cancer, stands the Sierra de la Laguna. This
mountainous mass, declared a biosphere reserve in June of 1994, rises to an
altitude of almost 2,200 meters, encompassing an extraordinary Darwinian
paradise of birds and endemic plants. Its climate and vegetation change
dramatically relative to the elevation. From sea level to 400 meters, the
xerophilous brushwood prevails; from 400 to 1,200 meters, the driest of the
semi-arid climates predominates, with the characteristic semi-deciduous forest,
scattered with plants not found in other parts of the peninsula. From 1,200
meters to the highest peaks, the temperate climate and the abundance of rainfall
favor the undisputed kingdom of pines and piñon oaks. As you ascend the sierras,
the landscape transforms radically, with sudden streams flowing into crystalline
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