One of the ultimate destinations when it comes to tourist resorts in Mexico is Cabo San Lucas. This is the premier resort spot for the region, and is recognized as one of the most expensive and lucrative resort areas in Mexico. Along with plenty of resorts, the waters are well-known for providing some of the best sports-fishing in the entire world, and many people consider Cabo San Lucas to be one of the ultimate outdoor water adventure spots on the planet. As far as the city goes, Cabo is broken down into three main sections, known as Old Town, Main Town, and the area known as The Corridor, which stretches between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. Nearly twenty miles of pristine beaches, resorts, and golf courses stretch between, making it literally impossible to go the entire distance without finding something that is perfectly suited for your needs.
Cabo San Lucas is not necessarily a budget holiday destination. Many of Hollywood’s elite have settled down here, as well as Mexico’s, and while there is plenty to do out on the water and along the beaches, things aren’t exactly low key. The nightlife and party scene in Cabo is renowned around the world for its intensity, and mixing in with celebrities becomes a possibility at any given time. Beyond the clubs and resorts, however, there are also things like Land’s End, which is a massive cluster of rock formations where visitors can walk during low tide, or the Church of San Lucas, dating back nearly 300 years. There is also plenty of natural beauty away from the water, with ATV trips that get you up close and personal with the desert and mountains further inland, or you could simply spend the entirety of your trip lazing in the luxury of one of the many resorts. Either way, the beauty of Cabo San Lucas is in the all-inclusive nature of the area, and it’s easy to see why it has become so popular over the years.
San Jose del Cabo is a city of neat and clean residential neighborhoods, some new and some that are very old. The newer neighborhoods seem to be spreading out to the north and west of the hi…