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Located between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo, the Los Cabos Corridor (also known as the Tourist Corridor) is an 18-mile strip of sun, surf, and sea characterized by the majestic cliffs that lie dramatically in the background, and the many championship golf courses that adorn the Corridor's foreground. Luxury is the order of the day here, as this strip has traditionally catered to a high-end clientele. That's why it's lined with luxury resorts, five-star hotels, amazing restaurants, and plenty of amazing spas. Of course, you'll also find luxury Los Cabos Corridor vacation rentals as well, with many coming fully-staffed to cater to your every need, as well as equipped with home-theatre systems, private pools and hot tubs, barbeques and outdoor lounging areas, marble bathrooms and kitchens, and much more.
There's nothing quite like golfing near Los Cabos Corridor vacation rentals. One on side, you have the desert, with its rocky cliffs and sand dunes. On the other side, you have the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez. The courses themselves, meanwhile, are a bright green and are maintained immaculately. Little surprise, considering many of them have been designed by the game's best, including Tom Fazio and Jack Niklaus. If you're renting with a property management company, be sure to inquire as to whether a golf package can be arranged, as arranging a tee-time at some of the higher-end courses can be tricky.
While you could theoretically cab to Los Cabos Corridor vacation rentals from the airport, renting a car will allow you to visit both Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, since you're right in between the two of them. Plus, the drives along the coast are known to offer some breath-taking views, which is why those that do choose to rent a car continue to do so year after year. And while theoretically you could just stick to the resorts and restaurants in the Corridor, it would be a shame to miss out on the shopping, dining and activities offered in either of those two towns.
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