Overview Los Cabos

Visiting Los Cabos

On the southern Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos incorporates two towns: posh Cabo San Lucas and low-key San José del Cabo. Among the desert terrain and the Sea of Cortés, you’ll find snorkeling, superb golf, nonstop nightlife, and Los Cabos' signature attraction: big-game fishing. On the southern Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos incorporates two towns: posh Cabo San Lucas and low-key San José del Cabo. Among the desert terrain and the Sea of Cortés, you’ll find snorkeling, superb golf, nonstop nightlife, and Los Cabos' signature attraction: big-game fishing.    Close

Stories and Tips Los Cabos

Glass factory

Written by clipperi on 29 Jan, 2001

Not as hard to find as it seems. Cabs (expensive) can take you or, if you rent a car (recommended), get a map and ask directions. Everyone knows where it is. Early morning is best time to visit. Later it gets hot…Read More


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Cabo San Lucas

Written by titaniumcop on 16 Nov, 2000

Out of the two major towns, this is the modern town to shop. It is totally the party town, all resorts, restaurants, shops, nightclubs and extravagant homes, except for the dusty back streets where most of the Mexican workers live. A great town for people-watching…Read More


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San José del Cabo

Written by titaniumcop on 16 Nov, 2000

There are two major towns and the corridor that make up Los Cabos. Where you land at the airport is San José del Cabo. It has its share of resorts and tourist traps, but is the old, authentic Mexican town, cleaner and quieter than Cabo…Read More


Fumari Cafe and Hookah Bar

Written by delcielo on 01 Sep, 2005

This place, although right on the main drag (Lazaro Cardenas) across from the Paraiso Mall, is a welcome haven from the hustle-and-bustle of Cabo! Fumari serves wonderful espresso drinks and has a wide assortment of hookah. The ambience couldn't be better. There is…Read More


Tips

Written by NRK on 12 Feb, 2003

The resort is close enough to the shops and restaurants that you can walk. The resort also provides car rental on the premises, but I would recommend that you make prior arrangements before travel so you can pick up your rental at the airport; also…Read More


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Stay out of the sun....

Written by drsmith4851 on 25 Sep, 2002

The next we had nothing to do all day. Dave & Sherrie wanted to just lay around the pool all day. Esther & I went into the local town of San Jose Del Cabo to explore and do some shopping.…Read More


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The next day we take a sunset cruise

Written by drsmith4851 on 25 Sep, 2002

The next day we were booked for a sunset cruise, so we took off later in the afternoon. Feeling adventurous we took the bus. In Mexico most of the local people get around on the bus. Your can get around town…Read More


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Time share presentation at the Pueblo Bonita Sunset

Written by drsmith4851 on 25 Sep, 2002

Our first day we took the "free taxi" to the time share presentation at the Pueblo Bonita Sunset resort. The Pueblo Bonita company has three resorts in Cabo San Lucas but the newest one is on the pacific side on the tip of Baja,…Read More


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Written by drsmith4851 on 25 Sep, 2002

Now let be explain about how "Los Cabos" is laid out. What we call "Los Cabos" is really two cities with a 20-mile tourist corridor between them. The city nearest to the airport is San Jose Del Cabo, a small Mexican seaport town. San Jose…Read More


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Arriving & getting to our resort

Written by drsmith4851 on 25 Sep, 2002

It has been about a week now since we returned. It was a very busy week at work, they don't seem to be able to get anything out without me. I finally got our pictures printed & sort out, so now I…Read More


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