Cabo San Lucas
By Vanessa Brown

Cabo San Lucas is located is a beautiful Mexican resort destination located at the southern tip of Baja California. Commonly called Cabo the city is Baja California’s 3rd largest. Cabo is known for many things including sandy beaches, world-class scuba diving with abundant marine life, a very lively nightlife, gorgeous resorts and the distinctive sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas.

With an average temperature that ranges from the mid seventies in the winter to the mid nineties in the summer any month is a great time to visit. At the tip of Baja California where the Pacific Ocean meets the Gulf of California Cabo was a sleepy little fishing village prior to 1917, development in earnest began in the 1970s. Cabo San Lucas has a twin city known as San Jose del Cabo which is located very close by, this is also where major flights arrive and depart at San Jose del Cabo International Airport (SJD). urges visitors to follow this ( to book your flight to Cabo San Lucas. Hotel accommodations are important for any trip and can assist with booking. Just click here ( to get started today.

Cabo features white sand beaches and gorgeous sunsets to stir the soul. The area came under fire from international groups for a while in the nineties due to environmental concerns but, Cabo has made a wonderful turn around in the early part of this century. It was once feared by many that the pristine “away from it all” atmosphere would be damaged by the hunger for growth in the tourism sector but to the delight of many Cabo San Lucas is becoming an example of responsible growth and natural preservation. The Mexican government, as well as many private groups, has done wonders in protecting the abundant sea life, desert and wetland habitats and promoting ecotourism. Known for scuba diving, surfing, and various other water and land sports Cabo San Lucas is a stunningly beautiful natural location.  What’ recommends this location to nature enthusiast the world over.

El Arco de Cabo San Lucas is a gorgeous local landmark. This naturally formed marine arch located near the tip of the peninsula, creates a stunning sight and is just one of many such arches. Nearby visitor may be lucky enough to see a pod of whales in the winter as they spend time in their birthing and feeding grounds. notes that this natural arch is visited by thousands of guests each year.

For those into nightlife at the end of along ay at the beach Cabo San Lucas features and abundance of resorts, bars, and clubs. The Los Cabos Corridor which stretches along 20 miles of beachfront between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo is bustling area frequented by most tourists and newcomers.  Seventy to Eighty percent of the inhabitants of the Corridor originate in the United States. Here guests can find food, drinks, live music, and plenty to do any night of the week. Known for its bars and entertainment, this stretch of road has become a favorite hideaway for some of Hollywood’s elite, Fortune 500 C.E.O.s, and even a U.S. President.

With stunning natural wonder and unbeatable nightlife there is no day like today to today to begin planning a trip to Cabo San Lucas and has everything needed to plan the trip of a lifetime.

MUST SEE IN Cabo San Lucas LIST:

  • 1. Air Bungee
  • 2. Cabo Dolphins
  • 3. Marina Cabo San Lucas
  • 4. El Arco
  • 5. Lover's Beach
  • 6. Land's End
  • 7. Cabo Wabo Cantina
  • 8. Medano Beach
  • 9. Vitrofusion Glass Blowing Factory
  • 10. Chileno Beach


  • 1. Art Festival at Todos Santos - February
  • 2. Festival of San Jose - March
  • 3. Benito Juárez's Birthday - March
  • 4. Easter Festival - April
  • 5. Cinco de Mayo - May
  • 6. Independence Day - September
  • 7. Whale Migration - October
  • 8. Day of the Dead – November
  • 9. Festival of the Mexican Revolution - November
  • 10. Cabo Jazz Escape - December