Seniors Visit Los Cabos

Apr 26th, 2011 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Los Cabos is located 1,000 miles south of San Diego in the state of Baja California Sur, south of the Tropic of Cancer. Los Cabos refers to the two towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, stretching east toward La Paz and north to Todos Santos.  The municipality had a population of 164,162 inhabitants according to the 2005 census.

Looking for the perfect escape where you can leave it all behind? Look no further than Los Cabos—a Pacific paradise with miles of deserted beaches, fabulous restaurants and nightclubs, and an international flair. Yet it’s easy to get to, served by plenty of nonstop flights. Get away to luxury, tranquility, and total relaxation—along with a plentiful supply of sun, fun … and savings when you book on Expedia.  With over 30 miles of beach, world-class hotels and spas,and some of the best golf courses in North America, Los Cabos truly offers a vacation for everyone. 

Big game fishing, world-class golf, scuba diving, snorkeling and kayaking quiet coves and inlets, taking to the outback on ATVs, bikes and horseback, relaxing and rejuvenating in high-end spas and luxury resorts, or dancing ’til dawn.  Visitloscabos.com has super traveler information or seniors.  Location, climate, language, currency, taxis, drinking water and more. 

Seniors come to Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico because it’s always warm, the sea is an indescribable blue, and few places on the North American continent are more laid back. Los Cabos has an impressive array of water sports, miles of beaches and desert trails to explore and 7,000-foot mountains to climb.  Other activities include snorkeling or scuba diving in that magical blue water of the Sea of Cortez. Or spend the morning watching a pod of whales play slap the tail. You can also sit behind the wheel of a Baja Racing style off road vehicle and take a test drive in the Baja desert near Cabo San Lucas or cruise on a tall ship and dream of days when pirates sailed the oceans. If you’ve got the energy, there’s no shortage of exciting, unusual and fun activities to do in Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur, Mexico.  We went sport fishing for billfish; my father-in-law hooked into one but it got away.  The sea is loaded with fish. 

Ask provides a nice listing of information, travel guides, hotels, restaurants, luxury resorts and more. Los Cabos Guide has similar information. Their goal is to maintain the most accurate and current information about this region.  Cabo San Lucas has come a long way from being the remote fishing village of twenty years ago. Cabo San Lucas is the leader in the resort scene in Mexico and is a popular port-of-call for cruise ships.  Many Californians simply drive the entire length to the tip of the Baja California peninsula to Cabo.  

Looking for luxury accommodations? This is the place to provide you with the finest they have to offer in the area plus resources to find private luxury villa and condo rentals for the ultimate vacation in Cabo San Lucas. Want even more to do? Try one of these to whet your appetite. Check out the activities and tours section where you’ll find the latest and greatest things to do, as well as reliable companies that offer good service and prices. Whatever it is you like to do – from golfing, to fishing, sightseeing and shopping, you’ll find it!  We enjoyed it tons.  You will too.  jeb



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