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History Of Los Cabos

Los Cabos, located at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico, has a rich history that dates back to the pre-Columbian era. The area, which includes the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, was originally inhabited by the native Guaycura people. The Guaycura thrived on fishing and hunting, and their culture was heavily influenced by the sea.

Take A Walk On The Art Side

San José del Cabo is a town that overflows with magic, where the brightest colors come to life, music plays on every street, friendly faces are found behind every door, and the walls in each building tell their history which dates back to 1700. Between the ocean and the desert, this small colonial town has combined tradition and luxury to perfection, being able to transport you into an ancient Mexico in the comfort of modernity.

A Tale Of 2 Cities

In a far, far away land; where the ocean turns into 50 different shades of blue and the sunsets take your breath away, a magical kingdom awaits. For years, folks willing to visit this mystical land thought it was just one big city on the border of Baja California Peninsula, but in fact, it is made up of two different cities that offer exceptional experiences, each in their own unique way.

COVID-19 In Los Cabos

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico — This city was literally built for tourists: A blank expanse at the edge of the desert converted into a haven for gringos looking to get away.

Now, Cabo is trying to lure them back — in the middle of one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks.

For months, some of the world’s most-visited attractions were empty of humans, places normally so saturated with tourists that they were nearly unrecognizable without them. Photos circulated of a depopulated Venice, a vacant Times Square, a shuttered Disney World.