When you arrive in Cabo and see the beauty that surrounds you, it’s not likely that your first thought will be of leaving. After a few days, however, try pulling yourself a way for a fun day trip. Think about making your way to Todos Santos, a cute little town that has been gaining in popularity due to the growth of its artistic community as well as its thriving agriculture.
When you’re ready to leave the beach and explore the rest of Cabo, make sure you make a trip to the Golden Cactus Gallery. Though the outside is such that you might pass by without realizing the treasures within, please don’t make that mistake. With so many artists featured, and such a variety of work on display, each visitor is sure to find a piece that they love.
One of the many wonderful things Cabo has to offer is an amazing sea life. Cabo San Lucas is well known as a popular fishing area and visitors who are lucky enough to travel to Cabo can’t resist the draw of the Pacific Ocean or the Sea of Cortez.
Mexico! What do you know about Mexico? Mexico is well known as one of the world’s most travel destination. Many people and tourists worldwide dream of visiting Mexico because this country has many things to do when travelling there.
Mexico beaches come in all shapes and sizes. Two of the most famous areas are Cabo San Lucas and Acapulco.
You're probably already familiar with Acapulco if you ever watched the Wild World of Sports on ABC. Acapulco was exhibited frequently as the location of those sketchy cliff diving competitions. You know, the one where crazy men jumped a few hundred feet into a pool of water between rocks. Fortunately, you don't have to cliff dive to enjoy Acapulco.
Each year, millions of individuals travel to Mexico. Many travel to Mexico for a vacation or a business trip. Whatever your reason for traveling to Mexico, there are a number of important things that you must consider. Perhaps, the most important is the laws in Mexico.
Be sure you are prepared before you travel, as there have been some new requirements issued by the U.S. State Department. Although it's a minor change from prior travel requirements, it affects all U.S. citizens entering the United States from countries within the Western Hemisphere who do not currently possess valid passports. Essentially, all that is required is a passport, which most frequent travelers have anyway. The goal? To make it safer for you and to strengthen United States border security.
The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 requires that by January 1, 2008, travelers to and from the Caribbean, Bermuda, Panama, Mexico and Canada have a passport or other secure, accepted document to enter or re-enter the United States.
In the proposed implementation plan, which is subject to a period of initial public comment, the Initiative will be rolled out in phases, providing as much advance notice as possible to the affected public to enable them to meet the terms of the new guidelines.