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Natural beauty is what brought people toÂ Cabo San LucasÂ thousands of years ago and what intrigues them today. Once inhabited by the Guaycura and Pericu tribes, it was also popular among pirates who used The Arch (El Arco) as a perch to target passing ships. In the mid-18th century Jesuit priests built San Jose del Cabo as a mission. It was a quiet fishing village for many years until celebrities like John Wayne and Bing Crosby discovered it, making it an elite vacation destination. Resting at the tip of the Baja Peninsula are the sparkling resorts of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, known as “the capes,” or Los Cabos (los-KAH-bows) in Spanish.
Cabo San LucasÂ at the tip of the peninsula and about 30 kms. West of San Jose, is a boom town just beginning to emerge. Dusty streets still prevail, but don’t let that fool you. Cabo boasts some fine restaurant, sophisticated shopping, a slick 300-slip marina, and active nightlife. Cabo is tops with fishermen, divers, and those wanting to be close to assorted dining and nightlife. Nearby Medano Beach is a heavenly stretch of calm, crystal clear water, and white sand. Just off shore is El Arco – the area’s signature landmark, and one of the world’s most awesome natural wonders.
Between these two towns is The Corridor Region, the site of major resort development and some of Baja’s most beautiful beaches. This zone is where Los Cabos is staking its claim as Mexico’s premier golf destination, with several new courses under construction.
Today the resort attracts a broader range of visitors than ever before, and has gone to great lengths to diversify its offering of activities and attractions. Of course, sportsmen continue to flockÂ to Cabos San Lucas for world-famous fishing, outstanding diving, and game bird hunting. However, the area draws beach lovers, golfers, honeymooners, families, and “eco-tourists”.