Cabo San Lucas, BCS
Cabo San Lucas commonly called Cabo, is a town at the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, in the municipality of Los Cabos in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. As of the 2010 census, the population was 68,463 people. It is the third-largest city in Baja California Sur after La Paz and San José del Cabo (although it is only slightly less populous than San José del Cabo) having experienced very rapid growth and development, especially over the last decade.
Cabo is known for its sandy beaches, world-class scuba diving locations, abundant marine life and of course its landmark: the distinctive sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas. Cabo San Lucas has the largest marlin tournament in the world and in the winter pods of whales can be observed not far from shore.
Cabo nightlife is legendary with a host of nightclubs such as Pink Kitty, Mandala, El Squid Roe, No Worry's Bar & Grill, Giggling Marlin, NoWhere Bar, Tiki Bar, The Usual Suspects and The Jungle Bar which are great for a fun night out.
The town is also a popular port of call for cruise ships and there is a small international airfield, which handles air traffic for general aviation flights and air taxi service.