Mexico is not very far away, the weather is warm all year, and the people there are super helpful and friendly. Why wouldn’t they be? Mexico has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is the second most visited country in the Americas and one of the most visited in the world. Many say because it is a location without smokestacks. That’s right, the sky is nothing but sky and clouds, and no factories blowing out smoke plumes. Cancun, the Mayan Ruins at Tulum, Mexico City, and the beautiful area of Los Cabos draw many every year.
Cabos or San Lucas, has been rated as one of Mexico’s top 5 tourist destinations and many go there for the beaches, the spas, snorkeling fishing, nightlife, and resort attractions. More specifically, people enjoy Land’s End, a group of rock formations that make a perfect hidden beach cove. It hosts Lover’s Beach as well but be careful when you visit here for strong currents and some bugs swarms. Aside from those drawbacks, Land’s End is perfect for admire that nature of Mexico.
Voted as the best beach in Mexico, is Playa Del Carmen. That is probably because many tourists who seek out the more luxurious end of things like to relax here. Located in Quintana Roo, the beach features block of luxury shopping, dining, and ancient ruins. Places of interest here include La Quinta Avenida, and scuba/snorkeling spots. The best time to visit here are the early spring months. There are less people and and the climate is dry and fairly warm at 70 to 80 degrees.
Need a wonderful place to bed down while you visit, The Resort at Pedregal is the best rated hotel in Cabo San Lucas. Like other hotels in the the area, it is beachside and boasts ocean views. Other perks at Pedregal are margaritas at arrival, chips and guacamole room service, rain showers, bathtubs, spa+fitness center, and Don Manuel’s Restaurant that has revolving dinner menus. Other great places to stay include Esperanza, One&Only Palmilla, and Las Ventanas al Paraiso, all with comparable accommodations.
Speaking of guacamole and chips, popular restaurants include La Casona for steak and seafood, El Peregrino Mexican/Argentinian restaurant for your inner carnivore, Sunset Point for some Italian eats, and Doggy Style for some home town American food. A good meal will come in handy after a day of golfing which is popular in San Lucas. Popular golf courses include Punta Sur, Club Campestre San Jose, and the El Dorado Golf Courses. Each features from 9-18 holes with ocean and mountain views as a backdrop for your golf game.
On your next trip to Mexico, consider staying in Cabo San Lucas. It is a breathtakingly beautiful way to spend your time and gain a new perspective on life.