Casa De Engel
Casa De Engel
Casa de Engel Amenities

THE LOCATION
Where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos consists of 16 pristine beaches along 20 miles of coastline. Los Cabos has many activities to offer and is best known for its: deep sea fishing, horseback riding, jet skiing, kayaking, water skiing, sunset cruises, parasailing, whale watching, sailing, shopping, night life. The following is a quick look at some of the activities accessible to you during your stay at Casa de Engel:

golf GOLF
Cabo Del Sol encompasses the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus course which stretches over a mile of breathtaking terrain. Cabo del Sol, according to Nicklaus, is the best golf property he's ever seen. The course has been ranked among the top 100 in the world. Spread over the two mile beach front are six challenging holes. At the 17th, your tee shot takes off from a cliff top over a sandy cove to the green surrounded by rock outcroppings from the Sea of Cortez. There are also hazards that you won't find on any other course. www.cabodelsol.com
Cabo Real is a real challenge for low handicap golfers but is still good for beginners. Across 2,500 acres are 27 holes of a golf course artfully designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Mr. Jones' playground features a nine-hole par 36 course spread out over 3,539 yards and a second nine with a par of 37 over 3,623 yards. Holes five and six are right on the beach and hole eight offers golfers a wonderful mountain top view of the sea. www.caboreal.com
Cabo San Lucas Country Club has a sweeping view of lands end and the sea of Cortez. This 18-hole course was designed by Roy Dye. Cabo San Lucas Country Club is a 745 acre course with unbelievable views of Land's End, the arch, the bay and the Sea of Cortez from each fairway. The Dye design course takes advantage of the land's natural slope, so it's easy to walk. Dye was quoted as saying, "This course is a very pleasant place to play because it ranges from a very short course to a challenging course with enough hazards, obstacles and bunkers to make it interesting.” www.golfincabo.com
Palmilla, this 27 hole golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and was featured in Golf Travel Magazine. This is the first Mexican signature course by the "Bear." The course consists of three sets of returning nine holes with five tees per hole. The result is a championship golf course for all levels of play. Instead of long fairways, the course has a set of tee boxes and landing pads. www.palmillagc.com
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sport fishing WATER SPORTS

Sport Fishing
The waters around Cabo San Lucas provide some of the finest fishing in the world. The fishing is good and exciting year-round for marlin. Other species such as sailfish, wahoo, dorado, tuna, grouper, roosterfish, snapper and pompano are also plentiful. The brief look at the fishing season is as follows:

sport fishing season chart month by type of fish

Diving
Diving in the Sea of Cortez is an unforgettable experience. There are shipwrecks, caves, reefs and unique sand falls to explore. Where you go depends on your expertise. Snorkeling tours are perfect for just a taste of the underwater world. Diving conditions are great all year. June to November offer the greatest visibility and longest periods of calm weather. Visibility can exceed 100 feet, and the temperature averages between 78 ° and 85 °F.

For more information on the wide range of water activities you can do in Cabo, visit www.visitloscabos.travel

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Cabo Night Life CABO AFTER DARK

Nightlife review by Sabrina Lear - March 2006
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Club and bar hopping on foot is easy in compact Cabo San Lucas, but through the Tourist Corridor you’ll need a car or taxi to get from resort to resort. In subdued and sophisticated San José del Cabo, there are enough nightlife choices to stay put and enjoy the “quiet side of Los Cabos,” but you’ll have to go to Cabo for Los Cabos’ three most famous clubs – Cabo Wabo, El Squid Roe, and the Giggling Marlin, and other hot clubs like Zoo Bar & Dance. Club and bar hopping on foot is easy in compact Cabo San Lucas, but through the Tourist Corridor you’ll need a car or taxi to get from resort to resort. In subdued and sophisticated San José del Cabo, there are enough nightlife choices to stay put and enjoy the “quiet side of Los Cabos,” but you’ll have to go to Cabo for Los Cabos’ three most famous clubs – Cabo Wabo, El Squid Roe, and The Giggling Marlin, and other hot clubs like Mabo Cafe and Zoo Bar & Dance.

Other Links about Cabo’s Nightlife:
www.cabosbest.com
www.bajainsider.com