Lined with pastel-painted homes and blossoming trees, the narrow streets of San Jose del Cabo stand out from the rest of Los Cabos, which can sometimes feel a bit Americanized and touristy. San Jose del Cabo still maintains a good bit of its original Mexican style.
The northeastern neighborhoods are authentic, but still nice and safe for tourists. Towards the southeastern corner of town, travelers will find the lush, ritzier areas, which is where most of the high-end resorts in the area are located. Those that want to the easiest access to Cabo San Lucas and The Corridor may want to opt for a hotel bordering the Transpeninsular Highway (Highway 1), which will take you straight through The Corridor into Cabo San Lucas.
|Airport:||Los Cabos International Airport|
|Peak:||Dec. - Apr.|
|Off-peak:||May - Dec.|
|Visa:||Varies; U.S., Canadian and European citizens don't need a visa, but do need a tourist card|
|Electricity:||110 volts AC; 60 cycles|
|Tipping:||15% in restaurants|