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History of Mexico and Cabo


 

About Mexico

Officially United Mexican States, republic (1995 est. pop. 93,986,000), 753,665 sq mi (1,952,500 sq km), S North America. It borders on the United States in the north, on the Gulf of Mexico (including its arm, the Bay of Campeche) and the Caribbean Sea in the east, on Belize and Guatemala in the southeast, and on the Pacific Ocean in the south and west. Mexico is divided into 31 states and the Federal District, which includes most of the country's capital and largest city, Mexico City. The Baja of California is divided into two states:

Baja California Norte

Baja California Sur

Land

Most of Mexico is highland or mountainous and less than 15% of the land is arable; about 25% of the country is forested. Most of the Yucatán peninsula and the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in the southeast is lowland, and there are low-lying strips of land along the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific Ocean, and the Gulf of California

 In the south the deserts yield to the broad, shallow lakes of a region, comprising the Valley of Mexico, known as the Anáhuac and famous for its rich cultural heritage. South of the Anáhuac, which includes Mexico City, is a chain of extinct volcanoes, including Citlaltépetl , or Orizaba (18,700 ft/5,700 m, the highest point in Mexico), Popocatépetl , and Iztaccihuatl . To the south are jumbled masses of mountains and the Sierra Madre del Sur.

People

The great majority of the population are of mixed Spanish and indigenous descent and speak Spanish, the official language, as their first language. Various Mayan dialects are also spoken. Since 1920 the population of Mexico has had a very high rate of growth, almost entirely the result of natural increase; from 1940 to 1990 the population grew from 19.6 million to 81.1 million.

*Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, Copyright (c) 2003. 

 

Mexico has one of the world's largest economies, and is considered both a regional power and middle power.[17][18] In addition, Mexico was the first Latin American member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD (since 1994), and a firmly established upper-middle income country.[19] Mexico is considered a newly industrialized country[20][21][22][23] and an emerging power.[24] It has the thirteenth largest nominal GDP and the eleventh largest by purchasing power parity. The economy is strongly linked to those of its North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners, especially the United States.[25][26] Mexico ranks fifth in the world and first in the Americas by number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites with 31,[27][28][29] and in 2007 was the tenth most visited country in the world with 21.4 million international arrivals per year.[30]

 

 

Cabo San Lucas (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkaβo san ˈlukas], Cape Saint Luke), commonly called Cabo, is a city 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[1]. 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), it has experienced very rapid growth and development, often with adverse environmental impact.

Cabo is known for its sandy beaches, world-class scuba diving locations, balnearios, the distinctive sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, and abundant marine life. The Los Cabos Corridor has become a heavily trafficked holiday destination with numerous resorts and timeshares along the coast between San Lucas and San José del Cabo.

*Wikipedia

for more info go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabo_San_Lucas

 

 

While Baja California Sur reaches from Cabo San Lucas up to Guerrero Negro, I only specialize in the most southern part of BCS.

Sea of Cortez side: Cabo San Lucas, San Jose Del Cabo, the Corridor, East Cape, La Ribera, Los Barilles, Buena Vista, La Paz

Pacific Side: Cabo San Lucas, Migrino, La Candeleria, Elias Calles, Cerritos, Pescadero, Todo Santos.

 

Specializing in:  San Jose del Cabo, Chametla, Cardonal, El sargento, San Juan de los Planes, Agua Amarga, San Pedro, Boca del Alamo, Los Inocentes, Rancho Matape, La Trinidad, El Catrizal, Santa Rita, El Triunfo, El Carrizal, La Campana, San Antonio, El Rosario, Valle Perdido, Agua Blanca, Meliton Albañez Domínguez, San Martín, Los Barriles, Los Paredones, El Coro, La Ribera, Santa Gertrudis, San Dionisio, El Encinal, Santiago, Miraflores, Cerro Colorado, El Pescadero El Refugio, La Calabaza, El Salto de los Garcia, Santa Anita, La Candelaria, El Sauzal, Santa Catarina, Elias Calles, Migrino, Pescadero, Cerritos, Cerritos Beach, Palmilla, Pedregal, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Cabo, Buena Vista, Las Lagunas, La Vinorama, Zacatitos, Punta Gordo, Las Palmas,


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