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Real Cabo Hotel Pictures

A vacation to Mexico can create once in a lifetime opportunities and stunning photos. To prove that guests at our Cabo hotels are experiencing great vacations and to give you information and tips on how to gain your own memorable moments, here are some pieces of advice and photos that I have assembled. This is a collection of a few of my favorite shots that guests staying at Pueblo Bonito's Cabo Resorts in Los Cabos posted on the travel site, Tripadvisor.com. Each of these pictures were not professionally taken or photoshopped, they simply illustrate the amazing experience that the patrons of Los Cabos have witnessed. These next three photos were all taken from the same individual, footballwife, and are of the famous El Arco rock formation, the nearby basking sea lions and a whale watching excursion.  Above, is El Arco which translates to "The Arch" and is positioned in the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, near Playa del Amor beach. This landmark is a must for Cabo sight seeing. As you can see in the lower left side of the photo, you can take a boat tour to El Arco from the Cabo San Lucas Marina or from Playa El Medano to see this and the surrounding rock formations and wildlife, such as the sea lions (seen below).  Below is an awe inspiring whale spout. Cabo San Lucas is prime location for whale watching. The area offers a variety of locations and boating expeditions during fall whale watching season. Each year thousands of large grey whales make a 6,000 mile journey from Alaska, the longest migration of any mammal. They come down for the warm water off the Baja Peninsula and can be seen traveling down the west coast of North America to Mexico.  To learn more, visit our previous posts on El Arco and whale watching in Cabo.  The next batch of pictures take place onshore. The one above is of the view from the fabulous Pueblo Bonito beach beds. These romantic beds offer the full sensory experience of hearing the waves crashing ashore, smelling of the fresh ocean breeze, watching the sun illuminate the Los Cabos sky and crystal blue waters and feeling the pure comfort of a soft, secluded beach bed. Many of Pueblo Bonito's Cabo hotels offer different packages for beach beds that can include lunch, cocktails and relaxation. For more information on the beach beds look at our past blog: http://mypueblobonito.com/?p=18  This picture by sheri59601 is of another amazing catch in the area. This region has some of the best fishing the world. With over 600 more species in the vicinity, there are lots of opportunities to catch that 13.5 ft and 200 pound Marlin. Rent a boat and crew for the day and fish to your hearts content. Here is a helpful hint: Pueblo Bonito will also cook your catch for you, so you can have you fish and eat it too. For more blog posts on fishing in Cabo, check out http://mypueblobonito.com/?p=22

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