Tourist guide to Cabo San Lucas

Tourist guide to Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas is a city at the far end of Baja California Sur in Mexico. Cabo is a varied destination that captures the essence of Baja Peninsula in its resorts. Cabo San Lucas is a bustling hub for fishermen, cruise ships, handicraft vendors, water sports enthusiasts and those who love the nightlife. The city is the final destination for travelers who want an outdoor adventure. There are three districts in "Cabo" San Jose del Cabo and the "Old Town", which is the nearest to the airport.... [ read more ]

Mexico and What To See

Mexico and What To See

If you are into scuba diving, you will find the town Akumal and the beach-front resort at the south of Cancun a very interesting to visit. There is a community for scuba divers founded by a Mexican archaeologist called Pablo Bush Romero. El Arco in Cabo San Lucas is where you can see interesting Geologic formations other than the landmarks. Romantic couples would love watching the sunrise or the sunset that this spot has to offer. It is also a place for scuba diving, snorkeling and whale-watchin... [ read more ]

The most popular beaches in Los Cabos

The most popular beaches in Los Cabos

Exclusive beach resorts called the Los Cabos consists of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. They are situated at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. You can be sure this place is a heaven even for the most fussy tourists. There is a 20-mile Tourist Corridor, a pretty long strip with luxury hotels and all-inclusive resorts that pampers you all the way. With world-class golf courses that captures the most discriminating heart of travelers from any corner of the world. Desert... [ read more ]

Huatulco, Southernmost Pacific Resort

Huatulco, Southernmost Pacific Resort

In the state of Oaxaca and southeast of Acapulco is a large resort area called 'Huatulco'. It has nine small bays that hug the coast along with beautiful beaches. It is still in the progress of development. This place provides tranquility, wide-open beaches, water sports, many high-end hotels, adventurous excursions, mountain rivers, coffee plantations and mountain villages. Eco-tourism and Bays of Huatulco They are comprised of a 22 mile stretch of coastline and 22 thousand hectares of la... [ read more ]