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Getting to Cabo
Cabo San Lucas is closer than you thinkit's just a short flight from most U.S. international airports. You can make your great escape to the land's end in just a few hours!
Commercial jet service to San José del Cabo International Airport (SJD) is provided by various airlines including Aero Calafia, Aeroméxico, Air Canada, AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, Frontier Airlines, Sunwing, United Airlines, US Air, Virgin America, Volaris, WestJet and various charter flight companies.
There are non-stop flights from San Diego, Los Angeles, Ontario, San Jose (CA), San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Houston, Dallas, and Las Vegas into Los Cabos.
Connecting flights are available from Sacramento, Portland, Detroit, Boston, Newark, New York, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Saint Louis, Miami, Albuquerque, Austin, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto, Canada and many more!
We highly recommend renting a car if you're staying at one of our villas. For alternate ground transportation options while in Cabo, please click here.
To find the lowest air fares from your location and purchase your tickets, click here.
For more information on air transportation options, including Private Jet Charters to Cabo, call us today.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: A Safe and Beautiful Destination
Situated at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula over 1,000 miles from the US-Mexico border, Los Cabos is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, stunning desert terrain and the Sea of Cortez. In many ways, Cabo's island-like isolation is a great part of its appeal to safety conscious travelers. The hundreds of thousands of visitors who visit Los Cabos each year experience a very high-level of safety and security as well as warm hospitality and luxurious accommodations. With very low crime rates and tourism as its central industry, Los Cabos is a safe and smart choice for an outstanding Mexico vacation.
In Cabo: Local Towns and Facilities Los Cabos is home to two distinct towns: Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Both are safe, clean, and have modern services like bank machines, good medical facilities, mobile phone providers, and Internet cafes. English is spoken in hotels, and in most stores and restaurants.
Crime is not a big problem in the resort areas of Los Cabos but use common sense and caution, as you would anywhere you travel. Do not leave valuables unattended on the beach. Use ATMs with the same vigilance you would at home. Absolutely avoid narcotics and firearms. If in trouble, ask to contact the U.S. consulate.
Los Cabos Insider's Pocket Guide: Before you embark on your Los Cabos vacation, peruse the information below to ensure your trip is smooth sailing from beginning to end.
Los Cabos Insider's Guide
Written just for you, the "Los Cabos Insider Pocket Guide" is an invaluable resource for those seeking the very best Cabo has to offer. This booklet includes our staff recommendations on top beaches, restaurants, golf courses, fishing charters, tour operators, travel-related establishments and top-tier vendors in Los Cabos. This free guide also contains useful traveler information, like important phone numbers, Mexican and U.S. customs regulations, detailed local maps, a currency guide, safety information and a Spanish language helper.
Easy to download and print (PDF), this guide is perfect for a quick study before you depart on your trip. Also be sure to pack it in your carry-on. View the latest Insider's Pocket Guide
Legal Entry and Departure Requirements:
For information on documentation and customs requirements, please see the U.S. Department of State's Passport and Travel Initiative websites, and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection site.
At the Airport After clearing Immigrations and Customs with your baggage, proceed to the airport lobby area.
CAUTION - There will be timeshare representatives soliciting you with freebies as you walk past. Unless you are seriously interested or would like to spend at least two hours of your vacation time listening to a salesperson, just walk on by. You'll find car rental desks, taxis and transfer companies right outside the customs area.
Departing Cabo After checking out of your accommodations, make sure you head off to the airport with plenty of time to check your luggage and catch your departing flight! Please be sure you have the proper documentation, especially the Mexico Tourist Card.
Useful Phone Numbers: The country code for Mexico is 52. The area code for Los Cabos is 624. Most pay phones accept prepaid cards, which are sold in various denominations at money-exchange booths and many shops. Most Internet cafés offer long-distance calling services.
Most cellular services will allow you to roam in Mexico (charges will apply). If you have a smartphone, be aware that extra data charges may apply while in Mexico. Call your provider before your trip to find out if service is available. ESSV also offers convenient cell phone rentals for your use. Call your ESSV representative to reserve.
Most Internet cafés offer long-distance calling services. Some cell phone providers will allow you to roam while in Mexico. Check with your provider before your trip. All Los Cabosarea cell phone numbers are considered long-distance. When dialing a local cell phone number, dial 044-624, followed by the 7-digit phone number. When dialing a Los Cabos cell phone from the U.S., you must dial 011-52-1-624, followed by the 7-digit phone number.
Spanish Helper: Although English is spoken in much of the resort area of Los Cabos, it's helpful to learn some basic Spanish phrases for your Cabo vacation!