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Los Cabos

The two jewels of this corridor are Santa Maria Bay and Chileno Beach, where you can practice water sports and go snorkeling and scuba diving.

Los Cabos

At the southside of the Baja California peninsula you will find a truly visual show and one of the most famous places in Los Cabos: the arc, also known as the Pacific Window. During the low tides, lots of visitors enjoy Playa del Amor allowing them a sensational view of the Cortes Sea and the Pacific Ocean.

San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are united by a corridor in front of the sea that leaves you breathless, as well as the hidden caves, the 7 golf courses around the coast and of course the friendly whales that can be seen from January to march.

The two jewels of this corridor are Santa Maria Bay and Chileno Beach, where you can practice water sports and go snorkeling and scuba diving. 

The beaches of the corridor

The spectacular Chileno Bay and Santa Maria Bay are two adorable capes, ideal to take sunbathe, swimming or snorkeling. Chileno beach offers complete equipment rent for water sports. Barco Varado Beach is adjacent to the golf course Cabo del Sol.

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Whale Watching

You can be in Cabo San Lucas or San Jose del Cabo from January to April and be compensated by the whale watching. From a total of 21,000 gray whales, approximately 11,000 do this trip of 10,000 miles where we can meet them and watch them play in the pacific coast to Los Cabos north side.  

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Golf in los Cabos

From the past decades, Los Cabos has been one of the best places of North America to practice golf. This sport in Los Cabos, offers beautiful sea views, a beautiful topography of the desert and a great weather the whole year, and just a few minutes away from Royal Solaris Los Cabos.

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