San Jose del Cabo International Airport (SJD)

Located at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula below California, Los Cabos (or Land’s End) is composed of three distinct areas: San Jose del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas and the 20-mile Corridor connecting them. This vast territory is the remarkable place where sapphire water meets the desert and mountains. Here you will discover luxurious accommodations, challenging golf courses, amazing watersports and a unique point of interest where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet.

Do Everything Under The Sun — From Fishing To Fine Dining

This destination is perfect for any type of traveler. Adventurers can take a thrilling ATV ride to untouched vistas: from beaches and forests to mountains and canyons. Eco-tourism enthusiasts will find no lack of ways to explore the diversions of Los Cabos: hiking along deserted trails, mountain biking the remote Punta Gorda or Cabo Real Natural Reserve, riding horseback above rock canyons, or touring atop a camel among the Baja outback and shoreline.

For those craving relaxation, there are sensational spas, which include holistic wellness journeys influenced by ancient cultures and lunar cycles, where multi-sensory experiences incorporate the natural beauty of Los Cabos or state-of-the-art methods in a modern spa. There are even innovative wine-based therapies and thalassotherapy (healing treatments using local seawater and seaweed). These world-class spas have made Los Cabos first class when it comes to pampering.

Nature enthusiasts will delight in private tours to explore rock formations, Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach) and the famous arch. To reach Lover's Beach at El Arco, hire a water taxi, or rent a glass-bottom boat, kayak or jet ski. You’ll see seals hanging out on the rocks and, if the waters are calm, the snorkeling is wonderful. Speaking of the sea, discover a shallow bay that cradles three living reef at the Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park. This family-oriented park boasts a kaleidoscope of vibrant tropical fish.  

Even the whales know that the Baja Peninsula is a great place to play. In early autumn, more species of whales migrate to Los Cabos than anywhere else in the world. Hundreds of whales — even endangered finback, gray and blue whales — travel from the Arctic to the peninsula to mate and feast on plankton. Due to the abundance of sea life, Los Cabos is also one of the premier sport fishing destinations in the world. Spend your day catching marlin, sailfish, roosterfish, yellowtail, dorado and more. It's no wonder Los Cabos holds the title of “Marlin Capital of the World.”

Los Cabos has also become one of the world's top golf destinations with several top-notch facilities, including two championship courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and one designed by Robert Trent Jones. Continue treating yourself by discovering a new favorite wine in one of the beautiful vineyards, and feast on tons of delicious fresh seafood like crab claws, shrimp, octopus and giant clams.

San Jose del Cabo: Relax And Feel Artsy

Tranquil San Jose del Cabo is a 200-year-old town that still retains its authentic look and vibe after all these years. This picturesque, quiet town allows travelers to slow down and discover traditional Mexico along winding, cobblestoned streets and the colorful colonial buildings. Uncover intimate restaurants serving up the bold flavors of Mexican cuisine. Browse small art galleries for unique pieces like high-quality paintings, sculptures, jewelry, intricate beadwork, amber and local crafts. You can also see live music in the central, shady main square.

Cabo San Lucas: Take Part In Energetic Fun

The iconic and much-photographed rock formation known as El Arco (The Arch) erupts from the sea at the tip of the Baja Peninsula. It has become a landmark of Los Cabos because it can be viewed from nearly everywhere in town. Still, Cabo San Lucas is modern, and bustles with activity day and night. This rambunctious town has funky bars and a slick mall centered around the marina. Cabo San Lucas also offers plenty of places for upscale dining.

A resort area known as the Corridor, which features some of the peninsula’s most beautiful beaches, connects the two cities. There are also luxurious resorts, impressive spas and championship golf courses. Medano Beach, on the end of the Corridor where Cabo San Lucas begins, is the epicenter for party and play.

Plan Your Getaway

On your Los Cabos getaway, choose beachfront accommodations along one of the only swimmable beaches in
Cabo San Lucas, or along the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez within the exclusive community of Puerto Los Cabos. Your enchanting oasis comes well equipped with relaxing pools, exquisite dining and spa treatments. Bundle, book
and save on your Los Cabos getaway with Delta Vacations.

Delta Vacations Destination Weddings in Los Cabos are some of the best, offering incredible panoramas and plenty of ceremony options to choose from. We'll make sure your big day is all that you’ve dreamed of. And you can celebrate your union in bliss on a Delta Vacations Honeymoonopens in a new window in Cabo. Once you arrive, you’ll receive complimentary room upgrades, a bottle of sparkling wine in your room and so much more.

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First Class or Delta One® seating on Delta®. When you arrive in Los Cabos, you’ll enjoy luxury transportation to your hotel, exclusive amenities at a sumptuous hotel, and the option to enhance your vacation with customized tours and activities.

Delta Vacations also offers customized Dive Vacationsopens in a new window to many of the world’s top dive destinations. We cater to all levels of divers from beginner to advanced, as well as non-diving companions, making it easy to select the perfect dive package for safe and enjoyable dive experiences.

Round-trip transfers between San Jose del Cabo International Airport and your hotel are included with your
Delta Vacations package. We also offer upgraded transfers and exciting tours and activities, like whale watching excursions and camel safaris.