How can I receive a copy of Los Cabos Magazine and Los Cabos Visitor's Guide?
Copies of the above magazines are available from our USA Office. The cost is $5.95 USD for Los Cabos Magazine or $9.95 for both issues, plus $3.95 shipping and handling. The cost is $4.95 USD for Los Cabos Visitor's Guide, plus $3.95 shipping and handling. California residents please add 7.75% sales tax to your total. To receive your copy of Los Cabos Magazine and or Los Cabos Visitor's Guide, please send your check or money order for the appropriate amount, to the address below. Please indicate which issue you would like to receive. Your copies will be sent to you via "US Mail". Subscriptions are available at a rate of $24.95. This includes four issues of Los Cabos Magazine on a quarterly basis and a copy of the annual Los Cabos Visitor's Guide. Please visit our LosCabosStore.com Shopping Cart for easy orderiing, or send your check or money order to the following address to receive your magazines: Los Cabos Magazines, 7770 Regents Road #113-387, San Diego, CA 92122. Phone: (858) 569-0172 or (858) 452-8332 / Fax: (858) 333-7000. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I get a link on Los Cabos Guide.com to my web site? What about online advertising?
To have your link on www.loscabosguide.com you be can become an advertiser in either one of our printed publications or you can purchase a link as part of our Web Advertising Program. Los Cabos Guide is an internet version of our printed publications, a valuable internet tool for all of our Los Cabos Magazine and Los Cabos Visitor's Guide advertisers. The printed version of your ad becomes what we call a "Contact Page" on our web site, which is sufficient in most cases to display important product and company information. If you already have a main website, your contact page becomes a direct referral page with a link to your site. Please visit our advertising information page if you wish to know more about our services. Our advertising rates page will show you the options for various ad sizes and prices. The smallest advertisement offered for each publication will qualify for our contact page and link.
Nude Beaches and Topless Sunbathing in Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos? Clothing Optional Beaches and Resorts?
Public nudity is generally not legal in Mexico although enforcement of this law is not very strict. The only resort in Baja (that I am aware of) where nudity is permitted is located in Loretto. There are several beaches in the Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area that are isolated enough to permit topless sunbathing and nudity. Use your common sense, see what other people are doing. If others are topless nearby, then the practice may be more tolerated in that area. The following link gives more information about Nude Beaches and Topless Sunbathing in Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos. There is only one clothing optional resort in the area.
Where is Cabo San Lucas?
Cabo San Lucas is located at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula in the State of Baja California Sur. Cabo is approximately 1,000 miles south of San Diego, California, 10 degrees below the Tropic of Cancer at a latitude of approximately 22 degrees. Cabo San Lucas is approximately 20 miles southwest of the Los Cabos International Airport.
What is Los Cabos and where is it located?
Los Cabos is the municipality which includes the cities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, and located in the state of Baja California Sur.
How do you get to Los Cabos, Mexico?
Los Cabos, Mexico is accessible by air from most major cities in the United States and Mexico by Aeromexico, Aero California, Alaska Airlines, America West, Continental, Mexicana Airlines, United Airlines, and various charter flights flying into the Los Cabos International Airport.
From Los Angeles and San Diego, the flying time is approximately 2 hours. More information can be found on our Airlines page. Cabo San Lucas is accessible by sea via Carnival Cruises from Los Angeles and other major cruise lines. By land, Cabo is accessible via Highway 1, which runs the entire length of the Baja California peninsula from the US border. There is Greyhound Bus service from Los Angeles to Tijuana via San Diego and then by Autotransportes Aguila or Tres Estrellas de Oro from Tijuana to La Paz and then on to Cabo San Lucas or by various other tour bus operators. From Tijuana, the drive is long (22 hours by car and 30+ hours by bus). The roads are narrow, so be careful and watch out for the cows!
Driving in Los Cabos and Baja California - What is required?
No special permits or bonds are needed, unless you plan to continue on to Mexico's mainland. You will need a valid drivers license issued by your state of residence. Be sure to get Mexican insurance before crossing the border, as your U.S. insurance is not valid in Mexico. Do not drive in Mexico without insurance! While you are purchasing insurance, get a map that shows the locations of gas stations. Keep your gas tank as close to full as possible, even if it means extra stops. You never know when the next gas station will be closed or out of gas. It is a good idea to carry a gas can, with gas in it. The roads are constantly patrolled by the Green Angels (daytime hours only) who will help with gas and very minor repairs. These angels of mercy will pass by eventually, although you will probably be helped before they do by others passing by. The roads are generally safe, but narrow by U.S. standards, be extra careful. Do not drive at night unless you are curious about the real meaning of "Road Kill". Even in the daytime, you will need to watch out for cattle and other animals crossing the highway.
Where can I attend a Church Service in Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area?
Churches and Church Services - There are many options for worship services in the Los Cabos area. Catholic, Christian, non-denominational and Jehovahs Witnesses services are available in Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
What is the legal drinking age in Mexico?
The legal drinking age in Mexico is 18 years of age. Please be careful, as over indulging is quite common and generally leads to trouble. Drinking Alcohol in Public - while this is tolerated to an extent, it is illegal to drink alcoholic beverages on the street, in vehicles, at the beach and other public places. It is an offense to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
What time zone is Los Cabos in and does the time change with daylight savings time?
Los Cabos and Baja California Sur are located within the Mountain Time Zone. The time changes here whenever Daylight Savings Time changes.
Taxi Service - What are the taxi rates in Los Cabos?
Taxis are available from the airport and at most locations in Los Cabos. At the airport the collective taxi (a small 9 passenger van) costs about $12.00 per person to Cabo San Lucas. There are larger buses available for about $12.00 per person. The collective taxis and buses will make several stops on the way from the airport to your hotel. Getting back to the airport from Cabo will cost about $55 to $90 for a private taxi. Most hotels offer shuttle service for a reduce rate.