The sunset on the island Mljet Croatia
Los Cabos beach image

Los Cabos beach inspiration

A beach with palm detail

Pasito, pasito...

A crab on the beach trying to get back to the Ocean


A few of Cabos hotels and resorts

Many people consider them “rich” for several reasons other than having money and I agree with them. We have taken around 1000 pictures during our Cabo vacation, but they are only pictures. The happiness is what we carry inside ourselves, but there is no way anyone can get into Cabo without having money.

Several years ago, Cabo was just a fishing area where natives lived their lives connected to the nature sharing good and bad together. They’ve lived their lives probably not spending a lot of time on the beaches as they were their everyday scenery − nothing special about it: it’s just a beach.

However, many others who live inland and perhaps in cold climates dream about sunny days laying in the hot sand right on the beach, drinking strange cocktails and other drinks. As the entire Cabos areas are mostly about the dunes and beaches, it has become a huge interest of big investors. It’s just a perfect place for fishing, golfing and all other water activities, so all what was needed were hotels.

The resorts that are already built and under construction are just a stunning and a breathtaking experience. There is no way to film them to cover everything, but here are some of them we captured around the area we stayed. Enjoy and pack your bags at your earliest convenience:

Hotel las Ventanas al Paraiso Cabo San Lucas marina hotel Villa Maria and condominium near hotel Casa del Mar Villas next to hotel Casa del Mar Hotel Paradisus Los Cabos At the back end are: Hotel Westin, Hotel Marquis Los Cabos resort and Hilton Los Cabos Hotel Hilton Los Cabos Another image of Hilton Los Cabos Hotel Marquis Los Cabos resort Medano beach and hotel Me Cabo Sunday brunch in Casa del Mar The best hotels in San Lucas are located towards the top of this moutain

That was all about Los Cabos. So long!!

My wife and I at the Arco

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