CABO SAN LUCAS B.C.S
Cabo San Lucas (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkaβo san ˈlukas], Cape Saint Luke), commonly called Cabo.
Is a city at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, in the municipality of Los Cabos in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. As of the 2005 census, the population was 56,811 people. The largest community in the Los Cabos municipality, and second-largest in Baja California Sur after La Paz, it has experienced very rapid growth and development, often with adverse environmental impact.
Cabo is known for its sandy beaches, world-class scuba diving locations, balnearios, distinctive sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, and abundant marine life. The Los Cabos Corridor has become a heavily trafficked holiday destination with numerous resorts and timeshares along the coast between San Lucas and San José del Cabo.
Cabo San Lucas has become an important vacation and spa destination, with a great variety of sites of interest, and timeshares that have been built on the coast between San Lucas and San José del Cabo. The distinctive El Arco de Cabo San Lucas is a local landmark. Cabo San Lucas has the largest marlin tournament in the world. In the winter, pods of whales can be observed in the ocean. They bear their calves in the warm waters there. The town is also a popular port of call for many cruise ships.
The Cabo San Lucas International Airport was selected by the USA and Mexican ARMY, NAVY, Airforce and Security Forces as their operational base during the G20 Global Meeting in Los Cabos in June 2012.
ACTIVITIES IN LOS CABOS
Discover on the mystical face of this beautiful tourist destination in this trip to Cabo Pulmo National Park. On board of a 4x4 jeep, you will enter by mountain trails to reach the fishing village "El Pesquero", a place where we will make a short stop. Then, we'll go to Cabo Pulmo National park where we'll take a snack in the beautiful Arbolitos beach.VIEW
Glass has been hand blown by almost every culture since ancient times. Cabo San Lucas is home to what was for many years the only glass factory on the Baja peninsula. Watching the artesans blow glass is mesmerizing, the technique fascinating. Go before 2 p.m., while the taller (shop) is humming with activity.VIEW