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There are activities in Cabot San Lucas like Para sailing, sky diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, that satisfy the locals and thousands of tourists that visit Cabot San Lucas year after year. There are not many places where you can swim with dolphins; in Cabs San Lucas, get up close and personal with these beautiful creatures. It is hard to imagine which amazing experiences in Los Cabs you will remember the most, spotting the whales as they play in the Sea of Cortez, seeing the outcropping of rock that forms the famous Arch, at Land’s End, or spending the afternoon on the marina sipping Margaritas ogling the luxury yachts in the harbor. World-class fishing tournaments are held year-round with a strict catch-and-release program along with golf course championship in the Cabot San Lucas area, along the Tourist Corridor, that have been rated among the world’s best by “Golf” magazine and “Golf Digest.” Rolling desert terrain against the Sea of Cortez, fabricated lakes, and verdant green fairways provide “eye candy” for golfers while testing their skills. Theses are among the few reasons why people choose to go Cabot for vacation and relax there. The boom in cabo real estate is the reason for the increase in its land prices.

Los Cabs, which means “the Capes”, consisting of Cabot San Lucas, its sister city, San Jose del Cabot located 20 miles away, and the Tourist Corridor in between, becomes a second home for many visitors. Beachfront on the side of a mountain, gated communities, whatever your preference, Los Cabs has many choices. The cabos real estate booming market is alive and well along the 20-mile tourist corridor between Cabot San Lucas and San Jose del Cabot. You will find Cabot San Lucas where the desert meets the mountains and rushes into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, on the very tip of the Baja California Peninsula. An hour’s drive along the Pacific side is the charming artist community along the Sea of Cortez, offering endless beaches where the desert meets the sea.

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