Cabo is located on the most southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. It is the place where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Although Cabo is  now a world class vacation destination and no longer a sleepy fishing village, it is still a small town and known for its friendly people. The population of Cabo (which consists of three areas known as Cabo, the Corridor and San Jose del Cabo) has a total of 57,000 people.
Land’s end is a group of rock formations, in the Cabo bay, that were formed by the wind and sea. The most famous of these rocks is “El Arco” or “The Arch”. This group of rocks is where the Sea of Cortez and pacific divide. There is a narrow strip of beach on Land’s End known as Lover’s Beach. The best way to get out to Lover’s Beach, and Land’s End, is to take a Glass Bottom Boat Tour. You can find them on the Marina or on the main beach in Cabo San Lucas, Medano Beach. For just a few dollars, they will give you a tour around the rocks and drop you off at Lover’s Beach. The boats continually go back and forth, so you can stay out there as long as you’d like. You can swim on the Sea of Cortez side, but the pacific side is “just for looking” due to a strong undertow.
In the 1950s, celebrities such as John Wayne, Bing Crosby and Desi Arnaz came to Cabo (which quickly became their favorite spot) for sports fishing. Since then anglers come from all over the world come to Cabo to catch their “big fish”. More recently Cabo has also become a world class golf destination, a popular port of call for cruise ships, and is still a hideaway for the rich and famous.
The weather is sunny approximately 340 days a year so if you’re wondering what the weather will be like on your vacation…the answer is almost always “sunny”! Be sure to pack your sun screen because the sun is a little more intense, and you don’t want to spoil your vacation with a sunburn. Cabo is known for its casual atmosphere, so don’t worry about packing a tie, causal attire is the norm. Cabo has something to offer for everyone with its spectacular weather, beautiful bay, its large full service marina, water sports, lots of shopping, delicious restaurants, romantic settings and great nightlife!