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Cabo San Lucas

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At the southern-most tip of the Baja California peninsula, where the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez collide with the wild Pacific, is an area of striking beauty and one of Mexico's top resort destinations, Cabo San Lucas. Surrounded by a vast cactus desert and ochre-coloured mountains, the azure waters offer diving, sailing and swimming and the Cabo San Lucas area is a world-renowned Mecca for sport fishing, surfing and golf.

Los Cabos is an area made up of the two resort towns of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, sitting at either end of an 18-mile stretch of exquisite beaches sprinkled with exclusive luxury resorts and championship golf courses, known locally as the Resort Corridor.

San José del Cabo is the older and more traditional of the two resort towns with the unhurried pace of a colonial Mexican village. Cabo San Lucas started as a simple fishing village and is now one of the favorite beach resorts of the elite, international tourist offering high quality services and an energetic nightlife. The majority of visitors base themselves in Cabo San Lucas or the Resort Corridor although San Jose is becoming increasingly more popular as a relaxing more authentic area with a number of new resorts. Just offshore is the area's landmark and an impressive natural wonder, Los Arcos (The Arches), a wave-sculpted rock formation that denotes the meeting of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, the most southern point of the Baja Peninsula.

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5 Star Resorts

Resort Destination, Region
Secrets Marquis Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Yucatan Peninsula
Zoetry Casa Del Mar Los Cabos Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Yucatan Peninsula

4 Star Resorts

Resort Destination, Region
RIU Palace Cabo San Lucas Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Yucatan Peninsula
Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Yucatan Peninsula

3 Star Resorts

Resort Destination, Region
RIU Santa Fe Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Yucatan Peninsula