Cabo Life

Transportation in Los Cabos

By Bus There is commercial bus service available at the airport. Exit the arrivals door, cross the roadway and parking lot where you will see a bus stop. Look for the “Ruta del Desierto” buses, easily seen due to their purple and yellow colours. These…

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Renting a car in Mexico

From SFGATE By Christine Delsol¬† – click here for original article Photo From JeepRentals.com by: Ron Kroetz “Renting a car in Mexico is much the same as renting in the United States, and you’ll find most of the major players Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget, Thrifty,…

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Baja – The Other California

“Baja California stretches 750 miles southwards from its famous neighbour, the State of California. On either side of this narrow strip of land lie the rich waters of the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez. The peninsula, for the most part, is desert. Stark but…

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Hurricane Blanca Fizzles Out!

It was the second storm of the season and, for the record books, was the earliest storm to impact the south tip of the Baja – by a month!. However, while it was briefly a Category 4 hurricane, it arrived as a tropical depression. Some…

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Hurricane Odile

“Destructive Hurricane Odile powered ashore at Cabo San Lucas on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula near 12:45 am EDT, September 15th 2014 as a Category 3 storm with 125 mph winds. Odile was the strongest hurricane on record to hit the Baja Peninsula, tied with Hurricane Olivia…

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Cabo in the Summertime

Just returned from a ten day stay in Cabo, from July 14th to 25th. The weather was quite warm (37 C.) and very humid. Locals that I talked to all remarked how unusually warm and wet the summer has been so far as it is…

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Welcome to caboreservations.com

Welcome to our web site, caboreservations.com. We are pleased to announce that, after some negotiations, we were able to purchase this domain to better reflect our business name. Along with our change to our new web site address are some other web address changes, most…

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