Take a stunning 1 1/2 hour drive up the Camino Cabo Este to Cabo Pulmo (2 hours if you take your time to enjoy the scenery, and you should!) This remote little rural beach town was an old fishing village until the mid-90s when it was declared a National Marine Park. The area's marine life and coral reefs have been protected ever since. You will definitely want to add Cabo Pulmo to your itinerary, especially if you enjoy diving or snorkeling, but even if you don't. Experiencing the East Cape's raw, unspoiled natural beauty is worth the trip alone. Be sure to book your dive or snorkel trip ahead of time.


Los Cabos is not all just beautiful beaches and desert landscapes. For something different, head inland to the Sierra de la Laguna mountains for an adventurous day of hiking, cliff jumping, and soaking in the freshwater pools of Cañón de la Zorra. It's a 1.5-hour drive plus a 1-mile hike to get there. So pack some food and beverages and make a day of it. And don't forget your camera!


This quaint village, 30 miles north of San Jose del Cabo, is well known for handcrafted leather and furniture, organic farms, and beautiful hot springs.  Make a day out of a trip to Zorro Canyon with a stop at Miraflores along the way.

Miraflores, Los Cabos


A 1.5-hour drive across the peninsula will get you to the Pacific Coast for the day. Stop and spend some time at Cerritos Beach, the perfect place to take a surf lesson or rent a board for a few hours. Then hit up Barracuda Cantina for the best shrimp tacos you’ll ever have.

Another half-hour drive up the coast will take you to Todos Santos, a charming little surf town with an old-school Mexico vibe where art galleries, coffee shops, and small boutiques line the streets. Continue driving to the North end of town for a beautiful dining experience at The Green Room. Enjoy a cocktail in hand with your toes in the sand while overlooking the Pacific Ocean.