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Experience Los Cabos

Los Cabos Overview
Fast facts
  • A pleasant climate with nearly 360 sunny days a year
  • Local cuisines blend rich seafood with spicy Latin flavours
  • Home to world-class golf courses where you can tee off on pristine greens

Explore one of the oldest parts of the southern Baja Peninsula, where nearly 360 days of the year are always sunny. Los Cabos, also known as "The Capes," is a beautiful landscape with a rich history, and limitless options for activities and adventure. Golfers will admire the stunning world-class golf courses, while avid fishermen can head out a sunrise to capture a prized marlin. Other adventurous travellers can fill their day with water activities such as surfing, kayaking, snorkelling or diving, or explore the land's mountainous terrain on an ATV ride. Thrill seekers can into a Hummer H2 for an amazing ride, or zoom along in a Chenowith racer for a unique adventure. With as much adventure in Los Cabos, there are also plenty of ways to relax and unwind. In fact, many spas in the area provide pampering treatments that use a blend of local Baja plants, making you feel refreshed and connected with nature. After working up an appetite, travellers can dine on some local favourites and other delicious cuisines that blend rich seafood options with spicy Latin flavours. Try unique dishes such as chocolate clams (not actually chocolate but aptly named for the brown shells), or fish tacos, shrimp, or tamales. With so much versatility, Los Cabos is a paradise for all types of travellers.

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Travel tips

National language: Spanish

Currency: MXN (Mexican Peso). We recommend to bring USD and/or MXN pesos as vendors outside the resorts charge in pesos.

Language notes: Hello! Spanish is the official language in Los Cabos, but you`ll also hear locals speaking English.

Voltage: 120V

Travel tips: Canadian devices use 120 V, and will work with most outlets in Los Cabos as many resorts have 120 V plugs. For older devices, items using motors or heating (heated beauty tools, electric toothbrushes) and three-prong plugs we recommend bringing an adaptor with voltage conversion as some outlets still use two-prong plugs.

What to pack: Don’t know what to bring? Don’t worry. Click Here for a full checklist to print and refer to when packing for your all-inclusive vacation in Los Cabos.

What to buy: Jewelry is a highly popular commodity in Los Cabos, particularly silver and Mexican fire opals. However, there are also a number of clothing boutiques, art galleries, as well as colourful flea markets and souvenir stalls. For example, you can find unique and specially designed Mata Ortiz pottery and Huichol Indian art. And of course, there's tequila.

Getting around: Your local Sunwing Experiences representative will handle your airport transfers, providing you with round-trip transportation from the airport to your resort and back. To discover all the incredible things to do and see, Sunwing Experiences will take you on a range of exciting tours and excursions.

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Sunwing makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein and cannot be held responsible for changes, errors or omissions. Please note that all pricing listed is subject to change with or without notice.

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