Where to stay in Los Cabos
Relocating to another town or city is usually a huge job, but when you’re talking about Cabo San Lucas, excitement always takes over. This town is located on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula where it used to be a dry, unwelcoming desert terrain. Today, it has transformed into a warm and friendly tropical destination dotted with elite hotels, lovely villas and of course, stretches of sparkling beaches.Whether you’re looking to move here or a short holiday, staying in the Los Cabos villas will make your stay the best it could possibly be. It is perfect for those who are looking for a way to escape the crowded city life. And if you’re planning permanent relocation, there are many things you’ll love to know while preparing for the move.
Based on the Migration Policy Institute of the United States, there was a 308% increase in the number of Americans in Los Cabos from 1990 to 2000. Today, this has even increased significantly. Housing activities are being undertaken by both local and American developers who are building condominiums, apartments and other housing units all over town. In fact, American real estate companies in particular are developing whole communities as a way to attract US citizens to move or retire here. Notwithstanding their status with immigration, foreigners in general are allowed by law to purchase real estate properties using their own names. Another piece of good news is real estate in Los Cabos is cheaper compared to those you’ll find in other first-class waterfront resort properties around the globe.
Cabo San Lucas or simply Los Cabos has a tropical weather with temperatures of around 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit for most of the year. Summers are quite warm, ranging from 90 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Even so, it’s perfect for sun-worshipping tourists and even locals. Summer is also a great time to take advantage of special prices for tourists, like cheap vacation rentals and even cheap airline tickets. Humidity is not at all a problem like it is in other parts of the peninsula. Winter is not too cold to be unbearable, averaging only around 70 degrees. Rainfall each year is low at around 10 inches. If you come from colder countries, it’s wise to leave those thick sweaters or jackets behind as there is definitely no need for them in Los Cabos. You might also want to bring lots of clothing made of cotton to make yourself comfortable while adjusting to the weather.
If you move to Los Cabos, health care cover will come either through an international policy or as a policy purchased from a Mexican insurance provider. There is a wide misconception that healthcare professionals and facilities are not up to par with Western standards. Of course, this is not true. In fact, Los Cabos is fast gaining ground as a medical tourism hotspot where many Americans and Canadians have come for cosmetic, bariatric and orthopaedic surgery for way cheaper costs. All private hospitals in this town also employ English-speaking staff, which is an advantage to non-local patients.
Exciting Attractions on your Los Cabos Mexico Vacation
There are many spots in Los Cabos for a family beach vacation, romantic honeymoon or corporate retreat. There are golf resorts that offer stunning 18-hole championship golf courses and beaches as far as the eye can see. You also have the leisure of experiencing adventurous and exciting water sport activities like scuba diving and snorkeling on the beautiful turquoise blue waters.
Ease your mind and relax your spirit by getting a beach massage or reading a book by the water. Most hotels and villas also have pools if you’re not one for sun and sand. Some of the best beaches as recommended by other tourists are Playa Solmar, Medano Beach and Playa SantaMaria. Although beautiful, not all beaches in Los Cabos are swimmable, so be sure to do your research before heading to the water.
Los Cabos Dining
Experience Los Cabos dining at its finest, serving delectable dishes from refined cuisines in an elegant atmosphere. Los Cabos, has evolved magnificently from a fishing village twenty years ago to a leader in resorts that indicates the growth in tourism in the city. That beinag said, fresh fish dishes are not hard to come by.
Mexican cuisine is one of my favorites and there is a variety of traditional dishes that can be found in Los Cabos. Some of my favorite restaurants are La Panga Antigua (menu created by award winning Chef Jacobo Turquie), The Restaurant at Las Ventanas al Paraíso (a swanky restaurant with a view) and lastly, Salsita’s (a more laid back atmosphere).
Other Fun Activities in Los Cabos
A wide range of other fun activities in Los Cabos include excursions, horseback riding, off-roading in the rough and rigid mountain areas and kayaking. You have a plethora of bars and restaurants to choose from that serve the local cuisine with mouthwatering menus. This place is also an important spa destination which is inspired majorly by the nature in the surrounding areas.
Los Cabos is comprised of two major towns: San Jose Del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Both of these towns paint a contradictory picture of themselves and this in turn offers you a variety in the holiday atmosphere that you have paid for. While Cabo San Lucas is a lively hub that possesses a party atmosphere, San Jose Del Cabo has a more laid-back environment with an historic village having lower density in population and a calmer crowd.
Whether you plan to travel the whole world, a week vacation or a work event, Los Cabos is a favorite spot for tourists. In recent times, on account of the rising demand in being the most favored holiday destination spot the costs of the accommodation and other facilities have become reasonably high.
You need to look through proper channels that would get you discounted travel packages so that the vacation doesn’t end up burning a big hole in your wallets. The internet is the best place to look for attractive travel discounts and avail of offers that goes light on your budget by undertaking advance bookings. You could also travel to the wonderful holiday destination of Los Cabos in the off season of May- November to avoid the huge crowds and have some amount of privacy to yourselves.