Cabo San Lucas

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Ca·bo San Lu·cas

 (kä′bō sän lo͞o′kəs, -käs)
A town of western Mexico near Cape San Lucas at the southern end of Baja California. It is a popular vacation resort.
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Held in the adorable town of Todos Santos, just under an hour away from Cabo San Lucas, this event is easy to access for incoming tourists.
As a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, a collection of the world's finest independent luxury hotels, Casa Dorada Los Cabos brings the upscale service and family-friendly features to the Cabo San Lucas oceanfront.
From the authentically Mexican San Jose del Cabo to the upscale Cabo San Lucas, and everything in between, we're encouraging our guests to book with confidence - Cabo is back and ready to go.
Lauderdale to San Juan, San Antonio to Cancun, and San Antonio to Mexico City start on May 24, 2012, pending foreign government approval; Austin to Cancun on May 25, 2012; Orange County to Mexico City, pending foreign government approval, and Orange County to Cabo San Lucas on June 3, 2012.
By night, Cabo San Lucas becomes a glittering party town.
Hurricane Jimena will threaten Cabo San Lucas and southern Baja California, Mexico, with hurricane conditions late today through Tuesday," AccuWeather.
The 642-room RIU Palace Cabo San Lucas offers deluxe guestrooms and select suites with hydro-massage bathtubs and a Jacuzzi on the terrace.
There was a brief stop in Cabo San Lucas, where buckets of beer, shopping malls and time-share vendors tempt mariners too long at sea.
One of the most accessible spots to windsurf is off the beach in Los Barriles, a friendly little town on Baja's East Cape region, less than an hour's drive northwest of Cabo San Lucas.
San Jose del Cabo is older and more established than Cabo San Lucas and is a busy cattle-raising and agricultural community of about 25,000 inhabitants.
Here, 65 miles northeast of Cabo San Lucas, lies the only living coral reef system in western North America.
LOS CABOS (THE CAPES) REFERS to two distinct areas on Baja's southern tip: Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.