Have you been enjoying these fantastic photos so far?
What is there to say about Los Cabos that hasn’t been said? Maybe not much, but I will attempt to provide some insight into one of the most popular Mexico vacation destinations.
Los Cabos is made up of three main areas for tourism and averages only 6 days of rain per year. Let’s start at the Eastern side of the Baja Peninsula and take the coastal highway heading west.
Starting in San Jose del Cabo provides us a glimpse of traditional Mexico. The vibe from the people is very laid back with a charming small town feel. There are many options to enjoy, such as the local taco stand or a stroll on the pristine beach. San Jose del Cabo offers the opportunity to have an exciting vacation with the luxury of staying in the quieter area of Los Cabos.
Driving west on the coastal highway, we begin to enter the Corridor. This area contains some of the larger and newer resorts in Los Cabos. It also has become a popular surfing area if you are looking to catch some waves. This puts you closer to the action yet still distant enough to get away from it all.
As we reach our final destination, the Arch comes into view. The Arch is a magnificent natural rock formation that provides ample photo opportunities for everyone. It is especially mesmerizing when you take a catamaran to ride out closer to the Arch as you may even catch a glimpse of a sea lion!
The final stop on our journey is Cabo San Lucas. This town is the heart of the Los Cabos Area as it is where all the action begins. You have a large amount of shopping to choose from, ranging from flea markets to full size malls. The nightlife here is fantastic as well with many restaurants and bars to choose from for a wonderful evening. The beach, shopping and bars all within a 5 minute walk….what’s not to like?
Los Cabos is a wonderful place to visit, discover, and explore. “Leave it all behind” and go to the place with “No Bad Days”!
Keep coming back to the RCI blog this week to see more photos about this amazing destination!