When you look at the southern-most tip of Baja, there are two towns that are almost completely opposite to each other but that combine to make up a booming tourist corridor. The corridor between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo is known collectively as the Los Cabos. The region was recently ravaged by Hurricane Odile but has been rebuilt and continues to be buzzing for tourists all year long.

To make sure you make the most of your trip to the Los Cabos, here is a list of the things to do in Los Cabos’ stunning locality on your next trip.

Get ready for the Spa experience

If you are looking to unwind and liven up in this vacation, then what better way to do so than by visiting one of the many leading resort spas in Los Cabos. You can try the 50 minute healing therapy that use Mayan medical plants to hydrate and cool your body and makes sure that your body stays refreshed and ready for the challenges ahead. This is available at the Armonia Spa at Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf and Spa Resort.

Farm Dinner

The location of Los Cabos makes it all the more surprising for a farm table dining to exist. Los Cabos is situated in a desert location. Yet the Flora farm is a beautiful combination of sustenance and style. A simple yet viewable 10 acre open air restaurant surrounded by vegetable beds followed by a delightfully impressive meal makes this one of the top most priorities in the things to do in Los Cabos list.

Beach Life

Los Cabos is home to variety of beaches, some accessible while others impossible to reach or not safe for a little dip into the water. The best part though is that the beaches that are accessible are the ones which are well and truly the best. If you are looking for a wonderful beach experience, make sure you hit the Chileno Beach. The beach is one of the best places for you to take a dip into the Sea of Cortez and have a hearty beach experience.

A peak at the Wildlife

If you are an avid follower of wild life, Los Cabos gives you the chance to catch of glimpse of its most promising wild life. Get up early and ride into the El Tule Canyon to get a chance to look at the song birds and road runners in action. The park has one of the longest suspension bridges anywhere of its kind that takes you through to about 100 feet to have a view of the often dry river bed that is full of rich bird life and palm trees.