We need your trip reports for the Cabo
San Lucas vicinity.
|JESSEQ - January 2006
||Just back last night from 8 days in Cabo
with mixed but mostly positive feelings about the Cabo and surrounding areas. I
would definitely go back with the info. I know now, but I went with relatively
none. The weather was perfect with no clouds and only a 5 minute sprinkle 2
nights ago. I was surprised at the prices of most places, but also enjoyed the
fact that local hangouts as well as tourist ones were fairly intermingled.The
resort was nice but WAY too expensive (about$200 a night) next time I will stay
do more research.
My tip is "the room is to sleep,shower, and change
clothes." Don't pay for a resort where you do the same thing, but are bombarded
by annoying and loud poolside contests, way overpriced meals and drinks (at
Villa del Palmera about 7 or $8 for a beer or marg).
Take the bus for
60 cents unless you have to take a cab at night, and don't pay more than 7
dollars EVER for a cab. They'll ry to get as much as $30 one way.
Definitely go and explore up the cost to San Jose and in betweeen (Costa Del
Azul) etc. Great galleries,art, and food from 3 fish tacos for $1.50 to 3 fish
tacos for$15.00. The main point is Cabo San Lucas is a beautiful destination,
but to really experience all it has to offer both scenic, and culturally, do a
lot of research and at least try to speak some spanish, you'll definitely
notice the appreciation and also get the best tips on places to go and the best
prices on any merchandise or service. If anyone wants to email me a question
feel free. !Adios y Buenos Suerte! firstname.lastname@example.org
|Visitor - Fall 2005
||We were looking for a replacement after our
original destination near Cancun was wiped out by hurricane Wilma. At short
notice we found Club Cabo. Whilst not a full blown naturist venue we were made
very welcome and with discretion encouraged to use the pool and jacuzi. It
proved to be a good base from which to discover nearby deserted beaches where
we could happily swim and sunbathe naked.
Club Cabo is in a peaceful
and secluded location away from the hustle and bustle of Cabo San Lucas itself
where you can feel relaxed and totally wind down.
We enjoyed our stay
at the Club Cabo Inn. We were interested in finding remote beaches where we
could sunbathe naked. Host Martin, told us about Boulder Beach, less than 10
minutes from the Club Cabo Inn. It was perfect, with private coves, beautiful
rock formations and a gorgeous view of The Arch. My husband and I spent many
hours there, naked enjoying the warmth of the sun and were never disturbed.
Even when some people did come we were protected behind rocks and continued
doing what we wanted to do. It was rather exciting.
If you visit this
beach make sure you carry water, food and an umbrella. No vendors are there to
provide you with any of the above. If your aim in visiting Cabo is to enjoy the
beach, some sun with privacy, then Boulder Beach is the one for you!