Los Cabos, Mexico
Mexico's fastest-growing resort area offers miles of empty desert and deserted beaches. Laid-back nightlife and old-fashioned fun in the sun is the Cabos' lure. Only certain beaches are safe for swimming, however, including Lovers' Beach and the more tempestuous and aptly named Divorce Beach. Whale-watching, hang-gliding, snorkelling, antique-hunting, golf and fishing, Loreto's historic mission, and sport fishing and dining in capital La Paz are other attractions. SuburBaja buses travel the coast.
Paradise on The Sunshine Coast
With its cobblestone streets, colonial buildings, and historic main plaza, San Jose del Cabo is known as the authentic Mexican town. It’s the more cultured side of the city, boasting small restaurants with organic cuisine, independent boutiques and art galleries, a Thursday night art walk, and a slower pace. On the other hand, Cabo San Lucas is known as the party town, with nightclubs, beach parties, conga lines, and plenty of activities as the drawing factor. Water sports like banana boating, jet-skiing, parasailing, snorkeling, kitesurfing, and diving are abundant. In the middle, the 33-km long Corridor is where most tourists flock to, with luxurious seaside resorts, holistic spas, championship golf courses, and some of the beach beaches for water sports, fishing, and whale watching.
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