Located at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas has become popular tourist attraction for vacationers the world over. Once just a sleepy fishing village, Cabo San Lucas (or Cabo, for short) is now a bustling city and tourism mecca.
Cabo is comprised of the very popular Cabo San Lucas and equally enchanting San Jose del Cabo. Visitors to Cabo marvel and play where two waterways meet: the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. The area boasts 360 days of sunshine, which is one reason it is such a popular tourist destination.
A distinctive feature of the area is The Arch. You get a glimpse of it in this image. Sunbathing and swimming are, of course, quite popular. Golfers and fishermen also enjoy trying their luck. If you’re interested in culture, try a sightseeing or city tour. Satisfy your appetite for authentic Mexican food at one of the many fine restaurants
Where to stay in Cabo San Lucas
There are many fine resorts in Cabo San Lucas. One you should consider is Club Cascadas de Baja. Situated on the Sea of Cortez, Club Casadas de Baja offers amenities and comforts to make your stay pleasurable. Choose from their two pools, a Jacuzzi, or beauty salon and spa. Work off the calories in the fitness center, or head outside for a game of tennis or volleyball. Grab a good whodunit from the book exchange, or just hang out on the beach under an umbrella or palapa.
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Cabo San Lucas.
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