As a Las Vegas Wedding Photographer, it’s always great to discover new places. I love traveling! I wanted to visit the Pacific ocean for a while.
Finally I had a chance to travel to Los Cabos, where the Sea of Cortes meets the Pacific.
What started as a pair of sleepy fishing villages has transformed into the world-class travel destination, rated as one of Mexico’s top 5 tourist destinations, known as Los Cabos, at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula.
Los Cabos refers to two picturesque towns, the quieter colonial-style San Jose del Cabo on the northeast and cosmopolitan Cabo San Lucas, what sits right on the edge of the long Baja California Peninsula, known as Land’s End. The twenty-mile long Resort Corridor connects the 2 towns, where the first-class hotels and gated residential communities come together to form a village of exclusive and luxurious properties with many beautiful beaches. Many of the properties have become havens to Hollywood stars, Fortune 500 CEOs, and even the US President during the 2002 APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Conference). The two cities are served by Los Cabos International Airport.
Blessed with a perfect climate thanks to an average, year-round temperature of 78 degrees, Los Cabos has become renowned as a vacation spot, famous for its championship golf courses, spectacular sport fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, bikes and horseback riding, relaxing in high end spas and luxury resorts, full-service marina with many private yachts, a popular port-of-call for cruse ships and legendary nightlife of Cabo San Lucas.
Also tourists can enjoy Whale watching in winter due to the warm waters.They bear their calves in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez after completing their six-thousand-mile migration from Alaska and Siberia.
Our room, view from our huge patio, sunset massage on the beach…
The pool area, where we spent most of the dayThe humidity after Las Vegas dryness wasn’t easy to handle sometimes if we wasn’t in the water…
“El Arco”, or Lands End, Cabo San Lucas is a distinctive rock formation at the southern tip of Cabo San Lucas, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez . It is one of the landmarks of the city, was formed over massive erosion and is a popular location for tourists.
On the right side of the port is a colony of sea lions, beautiful creature that is truly a pleasure to observe.The rock formations surround “Lovers Beach” and on the other side “Divorce beach”.
We took a tour with a glass-bottom boat and as well a sunset tour around the rocks. The second sunset was just awesome!