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Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

Located on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur, Los Cabos encompasses a number of communities, including Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, Santiago, Miraflores, Cabo Pulmo, and Santa Anita. The area, which covers 3,750.93 square kilometres along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, is home to a population of close to 290,000 people.

A few major highways run through the area, including Highways 1, 10, and 19. Most of the municipality’s population live in the southern portion, along the coast. Los Cabos sees many tourists, who come for the beaches, water sports, and ocean views.

There are large communities of ex-pats in the more populated areas of Los Cabos, although some are only in the municipality part-time, and both Spanish and English are spoken here. Flying into the Los Cabos International Airport is the most common way to get to the area, although it is also possible to drive here.


Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur
  • Country: Mexico

  • State: Baja Californiat Sur

  • Population: 287,671

  • Area: 3,750.93 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

Outdoor activities are the biggest draw for those looking to live in or visit Los Cabos. Boat cruises are popular and feature options such as snorkeling adventures, romantic trips, booze cruises (complete with late-night dancing), and whale watching adventures. There are many cruise companies in the area and various types of boats, including sailboats, pleasure boats, pirate ships, glass-bottomed boats, and powerboats. Some cruises include meals and beverages, and boats can accommodate both small and large groups.

Canyon of the Fox is a destination in the northwestern section of Los Cabos and provides a sort of oasis in the desert landscape. A four-wheel drive vehicle is recommended for the drive to the canyon, and an experienced tour guide can help to make the adventure even more enjoyable. To get to the canyon’s waterfall area, visitors can park in the parking lot and take an easy 20-minute hike. The area has abundant wildlife and vegetation, such as coyotes, roadrunners, lizards, snakes, and even tarantulas. The best time to visit the waterfall is in the winter months (November to February), since this is when most of the plants are in bloom and there are a variety of insects, birds, and bats flying about. The waterfall normally dries up around April each year.

Hot springs are located in the central section of the area and provide a great destination for day trips from the cities. Two of the most accessible thermal springs are El Chorro and Santa Rita, located along the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range. The El Chorro Hot Spring is situated at the base of the Agua Caliente Canyon. The Santa Rita Hot Spring is located in Canyon San Jorge and requires a short climb over rocks to reach the secluded pool. Both hot springs charge a small entry fee.


Entertainment and Tourism

Much like other areas on the Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos relies heavily on tourism dollars to contribute to the local economy. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, hotels, resorts, shops, tourism outfitters, and other service providers located in the cities. Development continues to increase in the area to keep up with demand. Most of the ex-pat community tends to be retired, but there are some who work remotely for companies in other countries, or who own their own businesses and operate out of Los Cabos.

Like many areas in Baja California Sur, the real estate industry is also an important economic contributor. Other industries in Los Cabos include commercial fishing, mining (salt, limestone, and granite), leatherwork, and jewelry making. With an unemployment rate of around 5%, Los Cabos is on par with the state’s overall rate.

Entertainment and Tourism

Districts & Neighborhoods

Los Cabos’ northern section is made up of the communities of Santiago, La Ribera, and Cabo Pulmo. This section has beach areas, residential areas, service providers, a cemetery, restaurants, shops, accommodations, RV parks, government offices, a small airport, churches, schools, a post office, tour outfitters, a sports field, desert areas, agricultural areas, a canyon area, a recreation centre, and a national park.

The central section of Los Cabos includes the communities of Miraflores and Caduaño. This section features residential areas, accommodations, government offices, restaurants, historical monuments, a large baseball diamond, parks, shops, churches, schools, service providers, a water park, mountainous areas, agricultural areas, and hot springs.

The southern section is Los Cabos’ most densely populated area and includes the communities of Santa Anita, Cabo San Lucas, and San José del Cabo. This section offers schools, churches, shops, service providers, residential areas, museums, restaurants, parks, accommodations, beach areas, tourist attractions, government offices, and hospitals.


Real Estate Market

Most of Los Cabos’ real estate can be found in the larger two cities of the municipality and it features a variety of types and prices. Single-family homes normally range from around $300,000 into the millions of dollars.

Most homes offer multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, and many are newer builds. Condo buildings are by far the most common type of real estate in the area, and units can cost about as much as smaller single-family homes here. This is because of the variety of amenities included, such as breathtaking ocean views, security, pools, and private balconies.

Townhouses are also available here, and tend to be slightly less expensive than single-family homes or condos are. Investment properties abound in Los Cabos, and include single-family homes and multi-family buildings. Many new communities are in the process of being built or have just been completed. Vacant land in the area can be expensive, due to the high demand for newer built properties.

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Most of the schools here are found in the communities of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. These include Centro Escolar Picacho McGregor, San Diego School, Colegio Ugarte de Los Cabos, Instituto Nueva Era, Colegio Mission S. C., Escuela Telesecundaria No. 34 Lázaro Cárdenas del Río, Delmar International School, Colegio Amaranto, El Camino Cabo San Lucas A. C., Jacinto Rochin Pino, and Escuela Primaría Capitán Emilio Carranza.

As with primary and secondary schools, post-secondary institutions are found mostly in the communities of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, and include Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores, Universidad del Desarrollo Profesional S.C., University World Campus Los Cabos, Instituto Tecnologico Los Cabos, and Universidad de Tijuana.

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