Cabo San Lucas has quickly become one of the most important tourist destinations in the world. Located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, Cabo is home to the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of ​​Cortez. They are in a place known as Land's End, literally so named because The Arch and its surrounding rock formations are the last land to the South Pole. A desert sanctuary by the sea, Cabo is much more than just lounging on the beach with a margarita in hand. There truly is something for everyone in Cabo: from world-class fishing and golf to sophisticated restaurants and luxurious spas. Cabo has a unique mix of wildlife and geography, with a range of ecological experiences at your fingertips, and with its wonderful climate, your adventure can be year-round. Cabo San Lucas's unique location at the tip of the peninsula allows easy access to all areas of Baja California Sur, from Todos Santos and La Paz to the Eastern Cape and Loreto. Cabo is easily accessible with a short flight from the US or Canada that flies into San Jose del Cabo; the two cities are often referred to as Los Cabos. Once you visit this tropical paradise, you'll probably never want to leave.