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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

January 21st, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments


Cabo San Lucas is a city at the southern tip of the Baha California peninsula. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is well known for its sandy beaches, world-class scuba diving locations, a distinctive sea arch, balnearios, and abundant marine life. It is now an important spa and vacation destination. In addition, Carb San Lucas has the largest marlin tournament in the world. In the winter, you can see large pods of whales, as they like to bear their calves in the warm water.

You can get to Cabo San Lucas via the Los Cabos International Airports. It is also a stop for many cruise ships. The Golden Corridor is where many of the tourists stay. Hospitality is the heart of Cabo San Lucas. You can find it everywhere you stay from the all-inclusive resorts to smaller hotels and beachfront villas. There are special hotels that specialize in making a kid’s vacation special.

If you are an avid golfer, there are many championship golf courses on the island. Of course, why you are there on vacation make sure that you make time for swimming, surfing, water skiing, para sailing, and more. If you enjoy riding ATV’s, there is plenty of room to ride in the desert around Cabo San Lucas. You can also rent scooters and motorcycles. You can also rent a sail boat to sail around in as the sunsets.

Cabo San Lucas has an average all around temperature of 78 degrees with it being a little cooler in the winter and a little bit warmer in the summer. Some of the land attractions are The Glass Factory where you can observe the ancient art of glass blowing. If you go down to the dock around 2 pm, you can watch the day’s catch come in. At sunset, you can go horseback riding on the beach or you can arrange tours with several people. The restaurants range from small taco stands to tables in the sand at Medano Beach.

In Caba San Lucas, you will find many shops that are selling all types of Mexican handicrafts, silver and beautiful ceramics. You can shop in many of the shops downtown for t-shirts that have some outrageous designs. Many of the things are duty-free so people buy Cuban cigars, woodcarvings, and unique objects that are made of pewter, and vanilla.


This is the land of the siesta so do not abuse your stay here by not participating in this national past time. One other thing that Cablo San Lucas is known for is having couples get married there. You can have a traditional marriage ceremony in a church, a romantic wedding on the beach, married at sea, or married in a villa. In order to get married in Cabo San Lucas you must be over 18 years of age. If you are from another country, you must have a passport and four witnesses with passports. Only a civilized marriage ceremony is recognized in Mexico. Before you leave, make sure to have your marriage license legalized in Mexico.

If you happened to visit Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, share your experience in the comment section below. Especially mention the hotel you had visited in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and your experience with it. This will especially help people who will be visiting in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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  1. Diego
    January 24th, 2011 at 10:12 | #1

    My dream always was to the Cape. After many inquiries I have decided to do a Cabo San Lucas Tours . Some time ago I had the chance to stay in Puerto Vallarta Hotels , and is simply dazzled.
    That is why there will always be new adventures in Mexico.
    Greetings!
    Diego.-