Tag: traveling in mexico

Cabo Water Activities: Swim or Not to Swim

A popular question we often hear is “Where is it safe to swim in Cabo?” Below is a complete list of all the beaches and recommended activities and safety precautions for each beach. When you book your private villa with Baja Sur Vacation Rentals, the list below and the detailed map of beach locations, will serve […]

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Children’s Day in Mexico El Dia de los Niños

LET’S ALL CELEBRATE CHILDREN! El Dia de Los Niños , a tradition that began in Mexico in 1925, is celebrated on April 30 .  The idea was born from the first “World Conference for the Well-being of Children” that was held in Geneva, Switzerland in August 1925.  At that time several countries selected days to […]

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Cabo San Lucas Activities

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Cabo San Lucas Golf

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Baby Gear in Cabo San Lucas

Baja Baby Gear is the brainchild of owner Jenni Reichert who experienced excess baggage fees for all of her baby Wyatt’s gear when traveling from Cabo to the U.S. She has specifically targeted timeshare families staying for a week or more as well as families who have rented vacation homes in the area. She also […]

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Cabo Stats

The Baja Peninsula consists of 2 states.  Baja Norte and Baja Sur. Cabo is located in Baja Sur and the state capital is La Paz, located about 1 1/2 hours north of Cabo. Recently I came across some interesting facts about Cabo and Southern Baja.   Almost 40% of the Southern Baja residents were born in […]

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Cabo San Lucas Local Newspaper

We always enjoy reading the Gringo Gazette, one of Cabo’s local English newspapers.  The owner/editor Carrie Duncan is always creative as are the other contributing writers.  Next time you are in Cabo pick up a copy or go online.  Here’s the link:  http://www.gringogazette.tv/ In a recent issue, March 28, I found the following article and […]

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Cabo San Lucas Holiday

March 21 is a national holiday in Mexico celebrating Benito Juarez Day.   Benito Juarez was born on March 21, 1806 and died July 18, 1872.  His full name was Benito Pablo Juarez Garcia and he was a lawyer and politician from Oaxaca.  He served 5 terms as President of Mexico from 1858 to 1872.  He […]

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Things to see in and around Cabo San Lucas

I had the opportunity to visit Cacti Mundo on a recent visit to San Jose del Cabo and enjoyed walking through this wonderful Cacti garden.  Having lived in the desert for many years I thought I had seen every cactus possible, but not so.  The variety of the Cacti found in Cacti Mundo (Cactus World) […]

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Cabo San Lucas Fun

  Sunrider Adventure The Sunrider Adventure offers a variety of tours.  We enjoyed their Sunset Dinner Cruise not too long ago but they offer so much more. Sunset Dinner Cruise Mexican Buffet with full open bar $45/person ½ half price for children under 10 Sprint/Summer 5:30-8:30 Fall/Winter 4:00-6:30 Whale Watching Dinner Cruise Mexican Buffet with […]

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