Not so long ago, the East Cape was off the grid. The roads were rugged dirt roads, and some parts of the region lacked electricity. But the situation has been changing rapidly, and East Cape is now being touted as the next up-and-coming destination on the Baja Peninsula. As in the Lost Cabos Corridor, development in the East Cape is booming, with major international hotel groups, airlines, and golf developers all investing in the region. These investments drive home construction and home sales. A highway built in 2018 and 2019 to connect the East Cape to the Los Cabos International Airport has made the area even more accessible.
In 1952, the Rancho Buena Vista Hotel opened as a fishing resort with its own runway. With its pristine beaches, rich marine life, and plenty of privacy, the remote paradise became a regular vacation getaway for the Hollywood elite, and it has also become more and more popular with other visitors from the United States.
The East Cape has natural and manmade wonders galore, ranging from unique coral reefs to exotic fish to charming shops and towns.
As the East Cape of Baja California continues to evolve and emerge as a sought-after destination, it maintains the essence of its rugged charm while embracing modern amenities and accessibility. Whether you’re drawn to its pristine beaches, rich marine life, vibrant towns, or cultural heritage, the East Cape promises a unique and unforgettable experience.