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In the city of the desert and the sea, you'll find the famous El Archo (The Arch), which is a natural rock formation where the Gulf of California and the Pacific Ocean meets. Inhabited by a bounty of marine life, Los Cabos is known for its beaches and adventurous water activities such as scuba diving and parasailing, and on land, its nightlife, shopping and horseback riding. Fly with Swoop to visit the two cities that make up Los Cabos, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas.
Stepping out from the Los Cabos Airport, there are a couple of options to travel from the airport to downtown. Hotels have shuttles from the airport however, some make multiple stops at different hotels or won’t depart until the shuttle is full. Other options include booking with two major bus companies Autotransportes Aguila and Eco Baja Tours to book a guaranteed shared shuttle service. Don’t like sharing? Hire a taxi with Los Cabos Airport Taxi service ahead of time to avoid fees using other taxi services. Ball out with VIP transportation with luxury suburban vehicles and limousines. For more information visit Los Cabos Airport’s website.
Make sure to exchange your currency to pesos before visiting Mexico. Often if you purchase something in U.S. dollars, you’ll receive Pesos back at a bad conversion rate. You can also take a bus instead of a taxi to save money to travel between San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, many of the buses are modernized and have air conditioning.
There are three main areas in Los Cabos to visit, San Jose Del Cabo, The Corridor and Cabo San Lucas. Did you know you can’t swim in a lot of the beaches in Los Cabos because of their stong waves and undertow? The Lover’s Beach and Divorce Beach are two swimmable beachers, make sure to double check and ask around for which beaches are safe to swim in.