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With the largest beach portfolio in the entire Inspirato Collection, Los Cabos features 44 Inspirato accommodations across three exclusive enclaves and four award-winning hotels.
From the luxurious standalone villas within Palmilla to the knockout seaside homes of Punta Ballena Resort Community, Los Cabos is home to some of Inspirato’s most stunning properties. Casa Cabrilla features seamless indoor/outdoor living with a private infinity-edge pool just steps from the beach. Oceanfront Joya del Mar, our biggest and most luxurious Cabo home, is one of our members’ favorites. Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa overlooks a private beach close to shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.
Many destinations claim to have something for everyone but it's actually true of Los Cabos. For sport fishers, Cabo is the bill fishing capital of the world. For golfers, the ocean-view championship courses are a linksman's dream. And when the sun does go down, the nightlife in Cabo San Lucas entertains for days. Whether you enjoy being pampered in a spa, indulging in five-star cuisine, or exploring the land by camel, the sea by kayak and the sky by zipline, members of all ages and interests will find endless options. No stranger to travelers in search of luxury, Los Cabos has been catering to Hollywood's elite since the 1970s.
Baja Racing is just the thing for thrill-seekers. Off-road buggies can get up to 80 mph as you zip through the back roads of Cabo. Half-, full- and multi-day adventures are available, complete with safety training and professional racing guides.
The largest fish in the sea, the whale shark is a gentle giant. From October to February, get up close to this amazing creature during an encounter provided by Cabo Adventures. Afterward, enjoy a local lunch of "Baja-style" tacos.
If you're craving a change of scenery, head north to Todos Santos. Visit the infamous Hotel California and savor a meal at the establishment's Italian restaurant. Then it's off to shop amongst the artsy, new-age galleries and boutiques.
When Jacques Cousteau discovered Cabo's Sand Falls, he named the area "The World's Aquarium." Intermediate divers can view a geologic feature like none other. These cascades below the sea create a waterfall-like illusion.
A great way to explore the desert terrain is from high on a horse, where you can see the diverse flora and fauna, along with incredible views of the ocean. For a truly authentic desert experience, try exploring by camelback.
The rock formations at Land's End, known as El Arco, are the most iconic sights in the Cabo landscape. Rent an ocean kayak and paddle out to view them and the resident sea lions. Or try a water taxi or cruise; most outfitters make a stop there.
Whale watching season is primarily December 15th to April 15th, but you may see the annual gray whale migration as early as October. Charter a cruise to get up close, or keep an eye out while sunbathing - you may catch a glimpse by scanning the horizon.
Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo make up the Los Cabos corridor - check out both towns to get a true sense of the Baja region. San Lucas specializes in restaurants and nightlife, San Jose has a traditional Mexican charm and shopping.
The farm-to-table movement has arrived locally with Flora Farms, an organic farm in the Sierra de la Laguna foothills. One hundred percent of the farm's production is dedicated to local consumption at an onsite restaurant, grocery and cottages.
Surfers, the swells are best in summer months, when tropical storms kick up giant waves. For Zippers, Mile 17 on the Cabo Corridor is a great spot, but it's not for beginners. For gentler swells, try the breaks at Old Man's, La Roca and Acapulquito.
Your kids will love the Outback & Camel Safari from Cabo Adventures. It's a unique excursion that includes a camel ride and exploration of the local fauna and flora. Afterward, enjoy an authentic Mexican lunch. This is the perfect balance of education and family fun.
For relaxation and pampering, there are plenty of spas in Los Cabos. For a more a spiritual experience, try amaya temazcal, a sweat-lodge ritual experience that incorporates bathing, steam at high temperatures and medicinal plants. This cleansing, meditative encounter with traditional Mexican culture can be found at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Holistic Retreat, Cabo Temazcal and other places as well.
Cabo enjoys relatively hot summers, cool winters and low humidity (despite its proximity to the ocean). The weather is near perfect with more than 300 days of sunshine throughout the year. In some cases, more than 350 days are sunny and clear. If a storm should arise, it doesn't last long - the rain is fleeting.