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Cabo Coming Back to Life One Week After Odile

Date: 9/22/2014

Cabo rallies to get back to life and back to business one week after Hurricane Odile. Sign in to read...

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On The Cabo Front Line after Odile

Date: 9/18/2014

As the tourist evacuation gains momentum in Cabo, our thoughts turn to the residents of Los Cabos. Read...

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Spending Money in Cabo: Are You Better Off With Dollars or Pesos?

Date: 1/19/2014

Ten years ago you could count on an exchange rate of ten to one. Just take a zero off the peso price. Easy math. Not so any more. The exchange rate fluctuates between 12 and 13.50 and even that can change rapidly. What does the higher exchange rate mean? You get more pesos for your dollar now than you did ten years ago. Don’t get too excited though, in most cases prices in pesos have risen to match. So the question remains, a question that befuddles many a Cabo visitor: Should I pay with dollars or exchange them for pesos? The...

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What Could Be More Romantic Than Spending Valentine's Day in Cabo?

Date: 1/15/2014

''Valentine's Day romance itself, has become a specialty in Los Cabos,'' says local writer, Chris Sands. And the talented, literary resident of Cabo San Lucas is right. The natural beauty of the area's wonderful, warm beaches and iconic Land's End Arch rock formation, all make for an alluring, serene, romantic vacation getaway. The reputation of this region's magical, memorable evenings of love by the sea, has grown steadily over the years. Weddings in Cabo have long been the near dream-like setting for beautifully planned beach weddings and Valentine's Day packages are now held in the same breath of esteem when it...

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How to Go Organic in Los Cabos

Date: 11/8/2013

As more and more people begin to examine what goes into their bodies, it seems the organic food movement will only grow stronger. Cabo already boasts many organic options. This includes organic restaurants, but there are also many options that make for a great daytime activity while vacationing in Cabo, from organic farm tours to family friendly farmers markets. The Baja Sur Peninsula is a desert region, but one that is full of surprises. Water flows down from natural sources in the steep mountains that dominate the center of the peninsula, bringing life to acres and acres of organic farms. Some...

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Are You Ready to Move to Los Cabos But You're Worried About Schools for Your Kids?

Date: 11/4/2013

Enrolling American children in the Mexican School system is nothing new to families who have achieved this change in their youngsters’ education transformation, when relocating to Southern Baja California’s region of Los Cabos. There are at least a dozen more than adequate elementary schools in Los Cabos and Baja California Sur allocates millions of dollars ($2.5) to maintain what amounts to 33% of the state's population enrolled in education. With a diverse social fabric in Los Cabos, many ex-pat families have taken to home schooling their kids in Spanish to prepare them for assimilation into local public and private schools. Tuition...

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Cruise Ships Arriving to Los Cabos. What Does This Mean For Businesses?

Date: 10/29/2013

Cruise ships stationed in San Lucas Bay are part of the high season landscape that welcomes back visitors and guests to warm weathered, sunny, festive Cabo. Royal Caribbean, with a fleet of over 20 ships is a regular, cruise ship visitor to Cabo port; along with other fine cruise ship carriers like Disney, Norwegian, Holland, Princess, Regent, Seaborne, Oceana and Carnival Cruises. Sometimes, as many as 4 cruise ships can be found patiently wading in the Sea of Cortez waters, while boat-loads of its passengers spend as many as 6-8 hours shopping in various different parts of...

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What to Celebrate: Halloween or Dia de Muertos?... Why not Both?

Date: 10/17/2013

Do they have Halloween in Mexico? Are Day of the Dead and Halloween the same thing? These are two commonly asked questions this time of year. Tourists traveling to Cabo for the first time may wonder if they should bring a costume or if they will be able to take their kids trick or treating. First things first: Halloween and Day of the Dead are not the same thing. Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican cultural tradition commemorating the lives of relatives and ancestors that have passed on. Noche de Brujas (Halloween) is a North American tradition...

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Cabo is Ready for the Bisbee’s Black and Blue Marlin Tournament 2013

Date: 10/5/2013

Cabo San Lucas is once again gearing up for the annual October extravaganza that is the Bisbee’s Black and Blue Marlin Tournament. The Black & Blue, though not the only tournament in town – not even the only Bisbee’s tournament in town – is by far the most important. What began as a wager among friends in 1980 with 6 teams competing for $10,000 has grown into the world’s most prestigious fishing tournament. Total prize money awarded through 2012 exceeds $60 million dollars, earning this tournament the distinguished title of World’s Richest Fishing Event. Also referred to as the Superbowl of...

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New Organic Market in San Jose del Cabo Aims to be More Affordable

Date: 9/9/2013

A new small organic market taking place every Thursday in the cozy patio of El Encanto Inn, is fast becoming the newest charming addition to the vitality and culture of the historic downtown colonial area in San Jose del Cabo. ''The organic market has been a lot of fun for our guests,'' said El Encanto Inn Guest Relations Manager, Cliff Ulen, as popularity of the three weeks-old organic market has begun to spread. Some of the health-conscious locals of the smaller, more quiet, friendly city in Los Cabos, have slowly been making their way into the courtyard of El Encanto Inn for...

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