East Cape Los Cabos City Guide
East of Puerto Los Cabos along the Sea of Cortez you'll find extended stretches of serene beaches. Close enough to San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas for a day trip, the East Cape offers a laidback taste of old Baja. Locals head out in traditional panga boats every morning fish from the the Sea of Cortez. For incredible scuba diving and snorkeling, head to Cabo Pulmo, a National Marine Park offering one of North America’s few living coral reefs. A favorite of divers, snorkelers and kayakers, visitors can experience an exciting variety of colorful tropical fish, rays, migrating whales, sea turtles, sea lions and more. Anglers here for the prize fishing for billfish, roosterfish, dorado, tuna and sea bass. Surfing is another highlight on the East Cape. The atmosphere is one of seclusion and tranqulity.
For guests looking to get away from the bustling scene of Cabo San Lucas and enjoy unparalleled natural beauty, this is a rare treat. Along the East Cape, you’ll find a few incredible beachfront villas with marvelous views of the Sea of Cortez.