Los Cabos is back -- like a shining jewel -- and the future looks brighter than ever. That's the word among savvy real estate specialists and resort developers, according to the recent Wall Street Journal Article: "Luxury Real Estate in Los Cabos Is Coming Back".
It's something most people instinctively know: Travel is fun. Now comes the news, however, that travel is extraordinarily beneficial. Taking time to get away from "normal" life is good for body and soul. However, planning for those family vacations can be a hassle. Short, getaway trips to relax and rejuvenate often lose out to long weekends of "doing nothing" at home.
We've done our research and Los Cabos is always voted one of the top vacation destinations by travelers. The New York Times seems to think so, too. In a video entitled "36 Hours in Los Cabos", the New York Times explores some of the most popular and more surprising things to do on a trip to Los Cabos.
When most people think of investing, traditional vehicles like stocks are typically the first thing that comes to mind. But, the stock market is not the only way to increase your net worth, and may not even be the best way. Many investors are finding greater success adding luxury real estate to their portfolios.
South Florida is known for its beauty - the people, the beaches, the water, and the scenery. Miami is also known for being a city with throngs of people from all across the world. When you need to slow down and truly relax for a few days, consider these three day trips as part of your luxury vacation.
One reason to go on a luxury vacation to Los Cabos is to get away for a while and relax so you can come home rejuvenated. A spa day in decadent surroundings and shopping for unique treasures can be a great way to recharge on your getaway trip. Take a look at our list below to know exactly where to go when you arrive in Cabo.
As you prepare for your next Los Cabos vacation, have you made plans for how you will spend your days away from your Los Cabos resort home? Here are some exotic day trips that will help you embrace your Mexican vacation while seeing a little more of the culture and history of the Baja region.
A little more than 3 hours from San Francisco by plane, Cabo San Lucas calls to people from all walks of life to enjoy its numerous sandy beaches, aquatic wildlife, and land-based adventures. If you decide to leave the kids at home, here are 3 fun ways to enjoy a romantic getaway in Los Cabos.