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With its rock formations right in the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos offers breathtaking landscapes. The weather is also exceptional in this part of Mexico: it hardly ever rains. The place is so heavenly that several Hollywood celebrities own second homes there.
This natural arch-shaped rock is emblematic of Los Cabos. Some will enjoy photographing it and staying dry on the boat while others will prefer to snorkel and observe the hundreds of fish that have made their home around it.
Whether you're in for a night out with friends eating seafood nachos and drinking a good beer on a patio or you prefer some frenzied dancing all night long, there is no doubt Los Cabos is a great place for partying. We recommend you to visit Cabo Wabo Cantina, the famous nightclub of Sammy Hagar, the rock legend.
Have you always wanted to go whale watching? The El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve is the place for you. In addition to observing gray whales, you can also spot dolphins, sea lions and sea turtles. Let’s say it is a little more exotic than Tadoussac!
Need a little adrenaline? Go for an ATV ride on the beach or in the middle of the Mexican desert. A ride between the dunes and the cacti is enough to spice up your vacation!
Golf fan? You will be delighted by Los Cabos' 12 beautiful courses, some of which have exceptional views! The Quivira Golf Club (designed by the great Jack Nicklaus), the Cabo Real Golf Club, the Cabo Del Sol Golf Club and the Puerto Los Cabos Golf Club are among the favorite ones.
The country's official currency is the Mexican Peso (MXN). ATMs are easily found in Mexico. U.S. dollars, credit and debit cards are also accepted almost everywhere. Remember to communicate the dates of your stay to your banking institution if you plan to use your cards in Mexico.
Electrical outlets used in Mexico are the same as in Canada. However, the voltage and frequency may differ depending on the hotel. If your devices do not include the words: INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60Hz, plan ahead and bring a power converter.
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