Dancing whales jumping in the air, tails slapping on the water, and a quick emerge from the waters is a scene that may be unimaginable. The great whale watching in Cabo is a magical experience that will allow guests to see the whales in their very own natural habitat that everyone that comes to Cabo on vacation should experience. The great whale watching in Cabo begins on December 15 th and the great whale watching in Cabo occurs on the Baja peninsula where the waters are warm and calm.
Mexican wine originates with the invasion of Hernan Cortѐs in the 1500’s. Cortѐs and his men quickly drank through the supply of wine that they had brought with them (apparently conquering the native populous was thirsty work), and so needed an alternative supply. This is when he ordered that colonists plant 1000 grapevines for each 100 native “Employees”. In this way they would replenish their supplies of wine for religious mass (and washing down meals, of course).
Have you been searching for the best place to spend New Year’s Eve this year? If you are, then there is no better place south of the border than in Cabo where the fun, action, and excitement never ends! You can travel with your friends or family members or your partner and you will be able to find plenty of different ways to spend the most celebrated night in Los Cabos, which also encompasses Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
The fishing industry in Mexico is one of the longest lived economic staples of the country; before this was a globally renowned party hot spot, it was a country whose coasts were peppered with quaint fishing villages. But the fishing industry has evolved with Mexico, and thanks to the 9,000 kilometers of coastline, most of which teems with marine life, it’s more diverse and profitable than ever.