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- Cascadas de Baja
- Pueblo Bonito Rosé
- Pueblo Bonito Blanco
- Me Cabo
- Cabo Villas
- Puerto Paraiso Mall
- Médano Beach
- The Marina
- Lover’s Beach
- El Arco
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Go to Cabo San Lucas
In Cabo San Lucas the possibilities are endless. Whether you’re on a family vacation, or on a honeymoon, Cabo has plenty of fun and relaxation for everyone. And with the all-around party atmosphere, having a good time is never a problem.
Located in the southern tip of beautiful Baja, Los Cabos is home to breathtaking views, luxurious resorts, and pristine white-sand beaches. Once a little known fishing village, Cabo San Lucas is now exploding with tourists from all over the world.
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A Natural Beauty
Cabo San Lucas is situated where the desert meets the sea. Due to its unique geography, travelers and residents alike enjoy year-round warm temperatures. And in case you’re wondering what Cabo even means, it’s Spanish for the word “Cape.” At the Cape’s tip, the Pacific meets with the Sea of Cortés; where the two meet you will find El Arco, Cabo’s famous rocky arch shown in the photograph at the top of this page.
The Sea of Cortés is not only a beautiful body of water, but it is also a rich habitat for marine life. Home to thousands of different species of exotic sea-creatures, it’s no wonder why the seafood in Cabo tastes so good. Catch a glimpse of the underwater action yourself by taking a diving or snorkeling tour. And later in the day, we recommend you take one of the various sunset dinner cruises available in Cabo. They all tour the Sea of Cortés.
Where Do You Start?
With so much to see and do, planning a trip to Cabo may seem overwhelming. That’s why our online travel guide’s here to help. First off, you need to decide which part of Los Cabos you would like to stay at.
The word Los Cabos refers to two distinct regions - Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. These are two completely different cities even though they are just 18 miles apart from each other. Cabo San Lucas is the more popular travel destination of the two. San José del Cabo is aloof from most of the action yet rich with Mexican heritage, on the other hand. Our travel guide focuses on the popular Cabo San Lucas, though we aim to add more on San José del Cabo in the future.
It’s like living in another world
Deciding on a hotel to stay at is a vital aspect of anyone’s travel planning. If you’re interested in staying right in front of a good swimming beach with a fine vista of the rock formations leading up to Land’s End, we suggest you read our review on Pueblo Bonito Rosé (Cabo San Lucas). We also offer a list of hotels and resorts with details and descriptions. When making a decision on where to stay, be sure to consider the things you plan on doing while you’re at Cabo.
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Without a doubt, many who visit Cabo seek relaxation. How about some action as well? Cabo offers countless ways to have fun daily, under the sun, and nightly, under the stars. It’s like living in another world - literally. During the day, activities include jet skiing, kayaking, parasailing, diving, snorkeling, and ATV and horseback riding.
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As the sun begins to set, the party has only just begun. Streets get busier by the minute as most people are already changed out of their bathing suits and out for dinner. By night, the center gets congested with traffic from all corners as Cabo’s rich nightlife heats up. The clubs radiate with energy brought by loud music, flashing lights, and crowds havin’ a good time. In Cabo there’s always something for everyone at any time.
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About the Go Cabo Guide
We are constantly working to bring you the most informative and complete Cabo San Lucas guide on the web. Over the years the Go Cabo team has been visiting Cabo regularly, and we’d now like to make your Cabo vacation as fun and enjoyable as possible. Read our reviews, and check out our photos to familiarize yourself with Cabo San Lucas and make informed decisions before your trip.
by Charly Torosian, Founder and Editor of Go Cabo