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It’s a city at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, in the municipality of Los Cabos in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. As of the 2005 census, the population was 56,811 people. It is the largest community in Los Cabos municipality, and the second-largest in Baja California Sur, after La Paz.<br />Cabo is known for its white sandy beaches, several world-class Scuba diving locations, and the distinctive sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas. As a result, the Los Cabos Corridor has become a high-end holiday destination with a number of resorts and timeshares along the coast between San Lucas and San José del Cabo.<br />
Cabo San Lucas has become an important vacation and spa destination, with a great variety of sites of interest. From it’s beaches, shopping malls, tourist activities, wonderful restaurants and it’s incredible night life. There’s lot’s of fun for all the family, and you can come any time of the year. There’s always something to do here in cabo.<br />
There are so many thing’s you can do while you're in cabo. Scuba diving , snorkeling, whale watching, ATV’s, go on a glass bottom boat tour, visit the arch, swim with dolphins, visit the beautiful beaches, play golf, go parasailing, go sport fishing, camping, go surfing, and lots more!<br />
Whale Watching<br />One of the most incredible thing you can do while you are in cabo is whale watching, it’s a beautiful experience. You can see these mammals in the months of January and February. These creatures come all the way from Alaska just to have they’re babies. You can even get so close to them that you can actually touch them! If you visit cabo, this activity is a must!<br />
Sport Fishing<br />Cabo San Lucas is famous for many things it can offer, but one of the most important activities here is Sport Fishing. In the month of November there is a very known contest named Bisbee's, where fishermen come from all over the world to enter this contest. It’s pretty basic, all you have to do is catch the biggest marlin. And at the end the winner receives money.<br />
Scuba Diving<br />Cabo is fascinating since it is located at the very tip of the extremely long peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. Diving in the Sea of Cortez can be an amazing experience for any diver, with shipwrecks, caves, reefs, and sand falls to explore. The Sea of Cortez is considered to be one of the most fertile bodies of water in the world. This warm body of water supports over 800 species of fish, from cold-water California-related species to tropical fish and pelagics such as whale sharks, giant manta rays and hammerhead sharks.<br />
Visit The Arch<br />Known for its exceptional views and photo taking opportunities, this area is comprised of a large cluster of rock formations that were carved into fantastic shapes by wind and sea. During low tide, many visitors like to walk here along Playa del Amante (Lover's Beach) because it allows for a better view of an eroded passageway called the Arch of Poseidon. You can also observe Los Frailes, two rock islets that are frequented by sea lions.<br />
Hotels<br />Cabo San Lucas has the most incredible hotels! There’s big, medium and small hotels, with great services, tourist activities and beautiful views of the arch and the beach. They provide great attention to all the guests, and they make sure that they enjoy their visit. There’s hotels for every occasion and needs, it has hotels in down town, near the beach, quiet and mellow hotels far away from all the city. <br />
Where to stay?<br />There are so many hotels in on the tourist corridor and near down town; some of them are: <br />1. Hilton<br />2. Playa Grande <br />3. Solmar <br />4. Tesoro<br />5. Riu<br />6. Pueblo Bonito <br />7. Villas del Palmar<br />8. Ocho Cascadas<br />9. Finisterra <br />10. Los Patios<br />11. Dreams<br />12. Palmilla<br />13. Esperanza <br />14. Ventanas<br />
Cabo San Lucas counts with two shopping malls; which are Puerto Paraiso and Sendero. It has all types of stores and boutiques and you can find all kinds of clothes, souvenirs, shoes, food, movie theaters, arts and crafts , and much more.<br />Shopping Malls<br />
This touristic city is best known for it’s beaches filled with white sand and crystal clear water. And not only the view is beautiful, but these incredible beaches are the home of many fish and sea animals. There are many species that live in the coral reefs in the water. <br />Beaches<br />
Beaches you should visit<br />* Chileno<br />* Médano <br />* Tule<br />* 8 Cascadas<br />* Marbella<br />* Santa María<br />* La empacadora<br />* Santa Carmela <br />* Las Viudas<br />* Twin Dolphin<br />* Costa Azul<br />*Lovers<br />*Divorciados<br />
Restaurants<br />Cabo San Lucas counts with many restaurants with food from all over the world, every budget, and taste. You can find restaurants that have Mexican food, Italian, Asian, Japanese, Chinese, Sea food, and many more. Even though hotels count with great restaurants, you can also find great food in town. <br />
So if you come to Cabo, make sure you enjoy every minute of your stay, do as much activities as you can, visit every beach, and enjoy the crazy night life. We are sure that you will love this great city and everything that comes with it.<br />