Between the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico there is the Yucatan peninsula which held treasures of the past Mayan civilization to be seen in places like Uxmal and Chichen Itza whereas many holiday makers head for the resorts in Cancun on the coats.
On the other side of Mexico is another peninsula but very different in character to the Yucatan, This is the 1000 mile long arid peninsula that stretches from Tijuana on the US border and Capo San Lucas which is the entrance to the enclose Baja California.
La Paz is the pain city of the southern peninsula but the favorite holiday destination is in face the Cabo San Lucas itself which has an international Airport and some of the most fabulous hotels and resorts and places to stay in the whole of Baja California.
In reality there is no winter here temperatures in January, February and March rarely dropping below 55 deg F at night and the days in the balmy mid 70s.
It is now coming up for spring and is an ideal time to visit the area where there is plenty of accommodation and no shortage of things to do.
Whether it is fishing, lying on the Beach, Boating or Mountain Biking all is available for you to do at your leisure.
But if you are coming to Cabo San Lukas or Cabo as it is known then you will almost certainly be flying in.
Even if you live in San Diego it is still a long 1,000 mile journey down the arid peninsula with very little to see.
And if you fly in to Cabo Airport it would be sensible to rent a car from Cabo rent a car.
Car rental are very convenient and allows you the leisure to travel where you wish at any time.
If one is staying in Cabo one will certainly want to get around and the cabs are not always around when you need them and the public transport is a nightmare for tourists.
You would want to go to some of the other beaches along the 20 km (12 mile) strip of coastline between Cabo and San Jose del Cabo.
Here are the sites of some of the best beaches o the coast.
There is a golf course, there are boats to hire in the Marina as well as diving activities, Deep sea Marlin fishing and canoeing.
The best surfing beaches on the peninsula are also at Cabo so transport to get around is a must.
A visit to La Paz which is 120 km away (+/- 70 miles is also an interesting thing to do and for this you would need a rent car.
Cabo rent a car also offers you the opportunity to rent a 4x4 or a pick up if you wish to visit some of the more inaccessible places.
These must be booked for the days needed.
If you are coming to enjoy the glories of the Cabo be sure to use Cabo rent a car..