From the Pacific coast to the Caribbean Sea,it's no secret that Mexico is home to some of the world's most fantastic tropical beach towns in the world. And with plenty of flights coming in and out of Mexico each day,linking these beachfront destinations to the largest international airports worldwide,tourism everywhere in Mexico is booming and showing no signs of slowing down.
“Most recently,the Los Angeles Times named Cabo San Lucas as the number one international destination for 2015,beating out such glamorous locales as Mont St. Michel in France,the entire country of Japan and the global art capital of Milan,Italy,” shared Richard Houghton of Investment Properties Mexico.
As the only city in Mexico to make the list,Cabo San Lucas was selected for the natural beauty and diverse array of attractions that make up this vibrant region,which is collectively referred to as Los Cabos. Located on Mexico’s Pacific Coast in Baja California Sur,the area is now home to a modern new,four-lane highway that connects the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo in what is known as the Cabo Corridor.
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Last September Hurricane Odile tore up considerable sections of Cabo,but these twin towns were undaunted by the storm and nearly all hotel rooms have already reopened,along with the region’s restaurants,attractions,12 existing golf courses and two new ones. Also,Eduardo Seguro of the Cabo Tourism Board told Travel Pulse in an interview last fall that none of the major tourism infrastructure,including roads,was not damaged by the storm.
“Whenever you get to Los Cabos in 2015,odds are good you’ll get a warm welcome and lower rates than last year’s,” writes the LA Times.
In fact,the hurricane has actually been good news for travelers,resulting in lower resort prices and unbeatable airline deals. While here,consider taking some of the money you saved and venturing out beyond the beaches and resorts to explore some of the region’s many other activities,such as dune buggy desert adventures,surfing or sport fishing.
“Mexico’s Baja Peninsula ends a half-mile or so from the city at the iconic El Arco,a huge arch sculpted by the pounding waters of the Pacific on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other,” writes the Huffington Post. “World-class fishing is still a huge draw at Cabo.”