Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is one of the most sought out destinations by North Americans. However, travelers simply refer to the place as, “Cabo.” Cabo means “cape” in English. Cabo San Lucas is considered to be the “Marlin Capital of the World” due it’s phenomenal deep sea sport fishing.
The twin towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are separated by a 20-mile stretch of coastline. The population growth rate is more than fifteen percent a year. The short flight time, a completely safe destination by all standards worldwide, and the ease of traveling are very attractive for a vacation.
Annually, millions of people pass through the Los Cabos International Airport. Incredibly, 85 percent of travelers come from the United States and Canada although those numbers are changing to include more from mainland Mexico and Europe.
The main draws are deep-sea fishing, the famous “Arch” at “Land’s End”, signature golf courses, water and land activities, great weather 350 days per year, and full-service luxury villa rental accommodations.