Every time you purchase a plane ticket, liberals try to make you feel like a racist traveler who hates the earth and wants to destroy it.
Since avoiding leftist hypocrisy with travel is impossible, the truth is you can enjoy sustainable vacations that help preserve local environments (if that’s your thing) while experiencing a vibrant culture with even richer amenities.
And there is no better destination than this one, where you get a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle in a place that only the crème de la crème (if they were on a budget) know about.
Los Cabos has shaped their entire tourism experience around supporting sustainability – from having guests look out for local wildlife to building hotels that are careful to preserve land to even providing restaurants that only use local ingredients.
The peninsula on the southernmost tip of Baja California in Mexico is tucked neatly between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez.
This beautiful peninsula has much to offer for every style of tourist with its diverse terrain, desert, beach, mountains, and farmland…
…. topped off with perfect weather virtually every single day of the year.
Despite the Mexican destination not having as many visitors like Cancun or Playa Del Carmen, Los Cabos can be easily accessed by flights throughout the United States.
Of course, that doesn’t mean to let your guard down while vacationing in a foreign country known to have tourists, but at least you don’t have to wear every item you brought with you in secret pockets beneath your outfit that makes you stick out like a sore thumb among the locals.
When visiting Los Cabos – there are two distinct areas worth noting – Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, both prize worthy in their own right.
You can stay at the Hotel El Ganzo where a solar-heated rooftop pool and BPA-free water bottles for every guest make the luxury accommodations the place to be if you want to save the world while having the time of your life.
If that’s your thing of course.
And during the day, you can spend your days hiking lush trails, lounging on private beaches, or riding horses while soaking in breathtaking scenery.
But be sure to leave time in your exhilarating itinerary to explore “the world’s aquarium” as legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau dubbed Cabo Pulmo.
You may not have cell phone reception to call your mom when you see 5 of the 7 most endangered sea turtles in the world, but you won’t regret this trip of a lifetime.
A camera is essential, however no photo could perfectly capture the beauty of the diverse coral formation, arguably one of the most remarkable natural wonders in North America.
Use the Cabo Pulmo Sport Center to go on a small-group snorkeling excursion in Cabo Pulmo National Park or scuba dive with Cabo Pulmo Divers which is run by a conservationist passionate about the region, according to USA Today.
After all, where else can you ride camels along the Pacific Ocean, take a cactus tour, and end the evening with a tequila tasting.
If you are still wondering where to book your perfect summer vacation – a visit to Los Cabos is a must!
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