A top destination for travel, if you ask many people what they enjoyed most about Los Cabos, you may hear the beach. While this is certainly a great way to enjoy some of your time in lovely Los Cabos, you may be surprised to know that there is much more.
Located at the Southern tip of the Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos was once a small fishing town. Today, catering to the tourism venue, millions visit this part of Mexico each year to hit the beaches, ride the waves, catch some fish or even tee off as well. In the winter, whale watching also becomes quite popular as well. Home to some 250,000 people, travel is popular throughout the year making the number of people in the city much larger than this generally. Catering to the tourist, Los Cabos is a great place to enjoy a wide variety of activities which both do and do not relate to the beach.
Eco Tourism and outdoor activities represent many popular activities including hiking in the canyons of Sierra de la Laguna or heading for the hills in a jeep safari. Also popular are a number of dolphin experiences offered in the region, horseback riding or even kayaking.
Cultural sites throughout the region also offer visitors a unique experience as well. Thousands of years of history can be found throughout the regions top attractions including San Jose del Cabo, the many galleries and of course, museums as well. Learn about the people who lived here thousands of years ago as well as those who still call this home today and find out for yourself what has made this area so popular for artists today.
From fishing, dining, shopping or just relaxing, Los Cabos may have magnificent beaches but it has so much more as well. Start planning your retreats by getting to know more about top destinations for travel with Bill Bailey.