Transportation information for Cabo San Lucas is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Nearly all tourists to arrive via Los Cabos International Airport, 29 miles (48 km) northeast of Cabo San Lucas. This airport offers regular flights to destinations throughout the southern and western United States.
From the Los Cabos International Airport, a wide array of transportation options are available to Cabo San Lucas. Shuttles and taxis will ferry you to the city (about a half-hour trip) for anywhere from $10 to $100 U.S., depending on the degree of luxury you wish to travel in. For a slightly longer but much cheaper trip, try the well-maintained public bus system.
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Map + Directions
Driving to Cabo San Lucas is a long but scenic endeavour. The Baja Highway (Mexico's Highway 1) runs more than 1,000 miles (1,704 km) from Tijuana at the U.S. border to the tip of the Baja Peninsula at Cabo San Lucas. The road is paved the entire way, but requires as much as a week to traverse, if you plan on stopping to sightsee—which you definitely will.