Destination: Los Cabos
Visit an exclusive vacation destination, catering to golfers, sport fishers and sunbathers alike.
By Mike Manna
The sun starts to set behind the western stretch of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountain range, its golden rays shimmer off the surface of the Pacific Ocean. On the eastern edge of the desolate tract lies the Sea of Cortes, whose serene waters outline the white sandy shore. The two bodies of water become one at the natural stone arch of El Arco, the peninsula's southernmost point and the region's most celebrated landmark. The captivating desert terrain located on the southern tip of Baja California Mexico is Los Cabos, a beautiful parched landscape surrounded by endless blue water. It's where the desert meets the sea and where vacationers have come to discover a relaxing and comforting oasis. Boasting an average of 360 sun-filled days and a rainfall rate of less than 10 inches per year, the arid region has become an exclusive vacation destination, catering to golfers, sport fishers and sunbathers alike.
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