Los Cabos offers its natural wealth and biodiversity, adventures and beaches

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    By Caribe Insider

    Los Cabos combines quality and comfort accommodation options, its marina, its exquisite gastronomy, its natural wealth and biodiversity, its adventures, its beautiful beaches, its stunning landscapes, and without a doubt, its unparalleled mix of sea, mountains and desert landscapes.

    Based in Baja California Sur, Mexico, it has a great biodiversity and those who choose to go into the sea will have the wonderful experience of seeing, touching and swimming with numerous fish, From the damsel with the tail of scissor and snapper with stripes to the possibility of accompanying sea lions who are curious approach bathers.

    Los Cabos also have the charm of having a natural caprice, bathed by the waters of the Sea of Cortez on the one hand, while on the other it receives the blessed by the Pacific Ocean, hence it is a tourist destination with an extra attraction due to its configuration.

    It has as a symbol that identifies it The Arc, a rock formation carved by the sea, where the waters of the Pacific Ocean and those of the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California) meet, and that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

    During the summer vacationers can practice diving, kayaking, sport fishing or experience romance on one of its solitary beaches from where you can observe El Arco. And in the winter there is the opportunity to appreciate one of the most beautiful natural phenomena that occur on the coasts of Mexico: the courtship, procreation and birth of the gray whale, in Magdalena Bay.

    Formed by the two small towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, this Mexican tourist destination, with a great hotel infrastructure, offers multiple options for diving, snorkeling, fishing, as well as for adventure activities such as riding in off-road vehicles, zip-lining and other excursions.

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