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Arguably, the best thing about Los Cabos is it’s near perfect weather year round. Los Cabos is a tropical desert with mountain vistas nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez with over 200 miles of coastline. Los Cabos or “the capes” is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Sea of Cortez to the east, with the towering La Laguna mountains providing a scenic backdrop. Los Cabos encompasses historic San Jose Del Cabo, the 20-mile tourist corridor that stretches between San Jose Del Cabo on one end and Cabo San Lucas on the other, the beautiful East Cape and Pacific Corridor.
Los Cabos is a favorite destination for North American travel because English is widely spoken, electricity is 110-volts current and Visa, American Express and MasterCard are widely accepted. Los Cabos has everything you need from gourmet delis and liquor stores specializing in world-renowned wines and tequila to the “big box” super markets like Coscto and Home Depot.
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula has become a high-end vacation destination popular among nearby California residents and seasoned travelers from around the world. Having grown from being a remote fishing village a mere twenty years ago, Cabo has grown and is now visited by over 400 cruise ships and one million visitors a year.
Cabo San Lucas is know for it’s picturesque beaches and it’s most distinctive landmark is El Arco de Cabo San Lucas at Land’s End. El Arco (The Arch) and it’s neighboring natural rock formations leave many visitors mesmerized long after they have returned home. It’s location at the tip of Baja gives allows Cabo to offer a variety of beaches from the steep beaches with crashing waves on the Pacific Ocean side to sandy beaches, tide pools and some of the best snorleking in the world on the Sea of Cortez side. Cabo San Lucas is also unique in that in addition to the water, there is also the desert and La Laguna Mountains to provide a wide range of water and land activities. Outdoor enthusiasts will not be disappointed by the wonderful opportunities to scuba dive, fish, whale watch, horseback ride, hike and play golf. Cabo San Lucas is home to many major Sport Fishing tournaments each year including the world’s largest Marlin Tournament and also welcomes visitors for many other seasonal events such as surf competitions and marine expos.
Cabo San Lucas is a vibrant town with an active night-life, a wide selection of fine restaurants and shopping ranging from local crafts to high-end luxury brands. The town center is very walkable though taxis do line up at the marina. Whatever your budget or preferred ambience, Cabo has something for you from the party restaurants like El Squid Roe, Hard Rock Cafe, Coyote Ugly and Carlos ‘n’ Charlie’s to the more sophisticated Lorenzillo’s and Ruth’s Chris Steak House.