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Cabo San Lucas

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cabo san lucasCabo San Lucas, located at the southernmost point of Baja California is widely recognized as one of Mexico’s top tourist destinations. Less seedy than Tijuana, a better kept secret than Acapulco and with fewer Spring Breakers than Cancun, the city offers a sandy slice of Pacific joy for visitors making their way to the region. Cabo is served by Los Cabo International Airport (SJD), which welcomes flights from across Mexico, the United States and Canada. The city is also a popular stopping point for cruise ships passing by Baja California. The two combined make for a hefty influx of tourists each year. The majority of visitors making their way to Cabo San Lucas – or Cabo as it is generally known in these parts – do so for the sun, sea and diversion that can be found in droves throughout the seaside resort. From 5-star retreats and resorts to budget hotels, Cabo caters to any wallet. Those looking to enjoy one of the many luxury spa resorts will likely end up along the Los Cabos Corridor – which sits between Cabo San Lucas and the neighboring town of San Jose del Cabo – while the rest of us will have to make do with the hotel district and its sandy beaches. Those sandy beaches are wanted tourist attraction No. 1. With warm waters and soft sands, it’s hard not to relax in Cabo. Consider the sunshine an added bonus. But relaxing is only part of the fun. With snorkeling, diving, swimming, jet skiing and plenty of other watersports at hand, there’s always something exciting to do. cabo san lucasAt nighttime, Cabo really comes alive. The waterfront strip houses bars, restaurants, nightclubs and plenty of other entertainment. The party rages until sunup, with frivolity and enjoyment the name of the game. Those visitors maybe wishing to take a more relaxed approach to their time on the Baja should head out to the Playa Solmar, a quieter beach that can be enjoyed for its views and tranquil atmosphere. Alternatively, take a boat to Lovers’ Beach and take a load off. The Old Town also offers the chance to get away from the busier beaches and see some interesting local architecture. The El Arco de Cabo San Lucas proves to be a popular attraction for first time visitors to Cabo. Located at the point where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortes, this stone arch has been carved out by the region’s warm waters. cabo san lucasVisitors heading to Cabo during the winter months can enjoy a whale watching excursion or two. Head out onto the Pacific to see these magnificent creatures migrating to warmer waters. Those that prefer their marine life a little smaller will find that the region is ideal for game-fishing. Charter fishing boats and planned excursions offer the chance to catch a striped marlin, yellow fin tuna and other underwater delights. Cabo San Lucas is very much a winter retreat, with the majority of vacationers heading down from the United States and Canada. October-November and May-June both promise quieter, calmer stays for those looking to avoid the masses but to enjoy the sun. Summer storms can prove to be a downer for those trying something a little different.

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