GayCabo

Baja California Sur

Mexico

 
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Gay Travel Guide to

Los Cabos

Los Cabos is a travel destination in the Mexican State of Baja California Sur. We’ve created a GayApproved® designation for those partners that are either LGBT-owned, operated or welcoming to our community.

 
 
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Climate

Tropical Desert Fantasy

Due to its ever-warm tropical desert climate, travelers visit throughout the entire year. While travelers from other parts of Mexico and the Southwestern United States have been hip to Cabo, it has since caught on with travelers from all over the world.

 

Outdoor Adventures

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Take in the local culture

Spend the Day in todos santos

Visit Lover’s Beach

 
 
 
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Lodging Options

Where to Stay

Between boutique hotels, all-inclusives, MisterBnB, and vacation rentals, travelers have many lodging options in Cabo.


 

Cabo San Lucas

San Lucas is the epicenter of Los Cabos, known for its downtown district and most of the area’s nightlife–it’s where you’ll find Cabo’s official gay club, Chandelier, and the famous arch at lands end. This is a convenient place from which to base your trip and venture out to the sites for the day.


San JOse del Cabo

San Jose is near Los Cabos International Airport, known for its arts district, it’s a more mellow alternative to San Lucas which is about 20 miles further southwest. The highway between the two cabos is called '“The Tourist Corridor” and several resorts and attractions are found alongside it.


Todos Santos

An adorable colonial town located 50 miles up the Pacific Coast from San Lucas, Todos Santos is a designated Pueblo Magico. The Todos Santos Inn, a gay-owned boutique hotel, features a bar with the finest cocktails in town. Explore the town on foot and step into its many art galleries and shops.

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La Paz

Laz Paz is about 100 miles north of San Lucas, on the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California) side of the peninsula. It’s the capital city of Baja California Sur, if you enjoy museums you’ll have several options here. It’s known for its old town, and it’s also where most of the whale watching tours depart from.

 
De las estrellas del cielo tengo que bajarte dos, una para saludarte y otra para decirte adiós.
— Las Mañanitas
 
 
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