Situated between San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, the resort of Las Ventanas is located 20 minutes southwest of San Jose Del Cabo International Airport. At the southern tip of Mexico's Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos combines a starkly beautiful desert landscape with one of the richest marine environments encompassing both the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez. The latter is an underwater wonderland, teeming with diverse sea life. The desert is a mosaic of color and texture with forests of saguaro cactus, sand dunes and stunning rock formations. Los Cabos is Mexico's leading luxury vacation destination. Hollywood first discovered it in the post-World War II years when stars went down for the sport fishing and to relax in privacy on the beach. There is so much to do here and enjoy in the warm sun that shines year-round.
Local Currency: The Mexican Peso is the official currency. Mexico law prohibits cash transactions in currency (other than Mexican Pesos) as a form of payment for goods and services. Traveler's checks and credit cards are typically accepted at most establishments.
Immigration & Customs: For U.S. citizens, a valid passport is required.
Climate: The warm, arid climate of the Baja Peninsula, where annual rainfall is only about 10 inches, results in beautiful sunshine 350 days a year in Los Cabos.