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Perched at the southern tip of the vast Baja Peninsula with a thousand miles of virtually empty desert between here and the U.S. border and surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, the new STAR of Mexican destinations, Baja California Sur, welcomes you. San Jose del Cabo is the authentic township and host of the Los Cabos International airport. Cabo San Lucas is 20 miles south at the southern tip of the peninsula. Traveling from The International Airport to Lighthouse Point Estates or to Cabo San Lucas is approximately 45 minutes.

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In 1535 Herman Cortes and in 1542 Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo were the first explorers to recognize Los Cabos. Shortly after, the route of the Manila Galleons was established and the ports of call along the coast allowed pirates to win battle over the Spanish ships. Among the first of many to succeed were Francis Drake in 1578 and then Thomas Cavendish in 1587. It was not until 1730 when San Jose del Cabo was founded by the Jesuit priest Father Nicolas Tamaral. In 1974 the Federal Government through Fonatur began creating the infrastructure to develop San Jose del Cabo into one of the more beautiful planned tourist centers in the country.

Today, Los Cabos is one of the favorite beach destinations for international tourists, championship golf courses, tennis courts, world class restaurants, shopping and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Try your skill at sport fishing for marlin, roosterfish, sailfish, swordfish, mahi mahi and yellowtail. The area is also well known for swimming, snorkeling, sailing, surfing and to divers for its colonies of black coral and other marine fauna that inhabit the waters.
Tour of the surrounding areas and you will discover the famous arch of Cabo San Lucas, where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes meet. Visit the San Jose del Cabo estuary, an ecologic paradise with a variety of vegetation and the habitat of many species of tropical birds. The coral reefs of Cabo Pulmo is within minutes of Lighthouse Point and noted as one of Jacques Cousteau's favorite dive locations. Also worth a visit is the Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Reserve and the Santiago zoo and museum of giant fossils. Other attractions include the church of the mission of San Jose del Cabo, the Municipal Palace and the old lighthouse monument built in 1890.
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