Los Cabos (often called simply "Cabo") is actually two different towns...Cabo San Lucas, and San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.

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Travel to the end of the world’s longest peninsula.
There you will find the twin gems of
Los Cabos:
Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.

Los Cabos (often called simply "Cabo") is actually two different towns...Cabo San Lucas, and San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.People trvel to Los Cabos for many reasons. Some venture down in winter to watch 50-foot gray whales on their migration, and others to witness giant turtles laying eggs on the sandy shore. Some simply sit on an expansive veranda, margarita in hand, watching vivid sunsets. Some come because, simply, their money goes so much further than at home.

Visitors have a choice of staying in Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo or what is called the tourist corridor — a 20-mile stretch of beachfront properties in between the two towns and a retreat of elegant resorts and timeshares, along with seven golf courses designed by professionals such as Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent Jones II.

The three areas could not be more different. Locals refer to Cabo San Lucas as a "fiesta" town, San Jose del Cabo as a "siesta" and the corridor as the place to relax on some of the world's most pristine and sparsely populated beaches.

Cabo San Lucas is also a contrast. On one end, it is home to breathtaking natural sights such as The Arch, Lover's Beach and Land's End, the spot where the shattering surf of the Pacific meets the tranquil Gulf.

On the other end, it is a party town with an Americanized feel to it in a beachy kind of way. Think tequila body shots in an endless array of clubs. Lots of people, music, and shopping, shopping, shopping.



Past years have seen the exchange rate at around 10 Pesos per US Dollar...but currently are around 13 or even 14 Pesos per Dollar! Local prices have NOT increased at the same rate, so your dollar can get you UP TO 40% MORE in Mexico! (It's almost like getting free money.) NOW is the time to COME ON DOWN TO MEXICO!

Truth be told, Cabo San Lucas was the brainchild of the Mexican government, a "design" tourist destination much like Mexico's other tourist resort towns. It's definitely a party town and definitely a place to find more than a few outstanding locally owned restaurants, such as Mi Casa and Edith's.

San Jose del Cabo is a true Mexican town replete with a small plaza in front of a twin-spired church and wide, tree-lined streets. Wandering musicians, children chasing balls, families listening to free concerts in the bandstand and a fountain water show along Boulevard Mijares cast the small-town atmosphere.

At the end of Boulevard Mijares, in the center of town, is a 125-acre estuary, home to more than 200 species of coastal bird life such as ring-necked ducks, herons, egrets and pelicans. It was this water source that appealed to the early Spaniards and convinced them this was a good spot to set up camp.

Although this doesn't look like a town where you would find fine dining, looks can be deceiving. The business of a world class resort means many excellent restaurants exist, and they are much more affordable than those found in Cabo San Lucas or the corridor.

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In between the two towns, the corridor is home to many of the area's most elegant resorts. It's easy to check into one of these establishments and not leave until it's time to return to the airport. Even people who come to try to escape their business lives find it is easy to stay in touch via the internet, doing business online on their computers while sinking their toes in the sand.

With magnificent beaches, reverie-like infinity-edge swimming pools, swim-up bars, beachside spas where you can get a massage under a palapa overlooking the water, tropical settings and truly outstanding restaurants, there's really not much reason to leave Los Cabos. One can simply fade into bliss here, and that's certainly not a bad way to spend a vacation. The weather is free of rain all winter long (and ALWAYS free of snow)!


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