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View of Lover's Beach and the famous Arch of Los Cabos!

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  • Mango Deck Restaurant, Bar, Sushi & Beach Club
  • Playa El Medano S/N, Col El Medano,
  • Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur - Mexico
  • +52 (624) 144 49 19
  • +52 (624) 143 09 01
  • http://www.mangodeckcabo.com/

Sea of Cortez meets the indigo Pacific Ocean

We have a good menu, from the traditional Sashimi, to the now Famous Serranito Sashimi, and you can’t miss the Cilantro Sashimi, is that good. Of course we have rolls, and you have to try the Mango Deck Roll, is so good you’ll go on your fishing trip and ask us to make your catch on sashimi, mango deck roll and grilled with Mango Sauce.

The rich waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean merge at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, attracting numerous migrating game fish that mingle with resident species before continuing their southbound journeys.

Nearly 100 miles of shoreline is carved with jagged rocky promontories and small sandy beaches where the onshore angler, working dawn or dusk, can cast jigs to catch many types of game fish: yellowtail, rooster fish, sierra, cabrilla (sea bass), grouper, pompano, pargo (red snapper), and more. Whether in January, June, August or November, chances are that a week's fishing around Cabo will get you at least one of the sports' glamour catches: black-, blue- or striped-marlin, sailfish, dorado, wahoo, yellowfin tuna or rooster fish.

A must for visitors to Cabo San Lucas is a boat excursion to El Arco (The Arch), a dramatic rock formation at the tip of the peninsula where seals, sea lions and pelicans bask in the sun. Every few years, you can see the water level drop, exposing the light sand floor directly below El Arco and giving visitors a chance to walk under its stony arch.

Several nature tours highlight the area's flora and fauna. A Pacific-side tour takes you to a secluded beach that's home to sea lions and puddles of exotic marine creatures, near the town of Todos Santos.

Near the village of Santiago, 20 minutes from San Jose del Cabo, is a desert dotted with marine fossils, indicating that this entire area was underwater centuries ago.

Nature lovers should not miss the Desierto El Vizcaino Natural Reserve tour offered by Cabo Real. Choose a two- or four-hour guided tour on a state-of-the-art Honda ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), and head into the desert and up 2000 feet of mountains. You'll marvel at the pristine canyons, sand arroyos and natural springs surrounded by unique flora and fauna.

Each winter gray whales migrate thousands of miles from as far north as the Bering Strait to the warmer, protected waters of Baja's Pacific bays and lagoons, where the females give birth to their calves. From January through March whales can be sighted close to the coast. The best places to catch sight of these gentle giants are Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, near Guerrero Negro, San Ignacio Lagoon and Bahia Magdalena.

Local two-hour whale watching excursions are available from the marina. However, it's worth making the trip to the more distant sites mentioned above, where sightings are better.

La Paz - La Paz, the ecotourism capital of North America, is surrounded by deserted beaches, pristine bays and offshore islands. For many years it was famous for the pearls found in its vicinity.

Land's End - A large cluster of granite rocks, carved by wind and sea into fantastic shapes, tumbles into the sea at the cape's furthestmost point.

Guerrero Negro - Guerrero Negro, named after a Hawaiian whaling boat that sunk in 1858, is famous for its annual migration of grey whales. It is 258 mi/412 km north of Loreto.

Boat outings are a great way to view this coast and its attractions. The Oceanus double-decked catamaran cruiser offers a four-hour sightseeing excursion along the coast, from Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo and back, so you can get a good look at the various beaches in between.

Enjoy the underwater sights and stay dry! Charter a ride aboard the Nautilus, a boat with a glass-bottom viewing area. These popular boats offer a pleasant way to see both the landmarks and the underwater life.

Diving, primarily in the Sea of Cortez, is good year-round, although the very best time to dive is during the warmer months, from May through September, when visibility can reach a depth of 120 feet. A must for divers is a visit to the Sand Falls, a natural underwater phenomenon first discovered by Jacques Cousteau. A five-minute boat ride will take you to the 30-100-foot-deep site where a "sand fall" is created when the current drags fine sand (tons of it per second) over an undersea crag and into the deeper waters.

Snorkeling is extremely popular at Del Amor, Santa Maria, Palmilla and Chileno beaches. Several snorkel rental stalls are located on El Medano beach and other locations.

Los Cabos is legendary among surfers the world over. Some of the best waves can be found along the stretch of coastline between Cabo San Lucas and Todos Santos on the Pacific coast, and between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo Pulmo. The most popular beaches for beginners are Playa Costa Azul, Barco Varado and Acapulquito. Seasoned surfers seeking a challenge favor Punta Gorda. Cabo Pulmo - This ecological reserve boasts great biological diversity. It is the only coral reef in the Gulf of California.

The Hotels, the diversity of the areas in which they are located, its activities like Golf and Sport fishing among many more are explained in this website, by far more than a Tourist Guide, providing agile information which will lead you to elements of decision that will conclude into a most remarkable and delightful vacation.

This is the place for you, the joy of basics. Who does not remember all those good old times, when the village kids were be the first to greet you after your success in your fishing joust! The days when along your walking path toward the pier, people would greet you by your name, and you could remember theirs.

It rises to between 75-85 degrees in June through September for excellent scuba diving and snorkeling. Cabo Pulmo Marine Park boasts the only living Coral Reefs in the Sea of Cortez with eight major fingers of reef starting at the beach and stretching over a mile long.

The marine preserve lies between Los Barracas Bay (north) and Los Frailes Bay (south). Other interesting sites aside from the reef include a sea lion colony, "caves" with different varieties of coral and tropical fish, the shipwreck of an old tuna boat and miles of pristine beaches that make this area a truly beautiful get away!

Hotels and Resorts, located by this city with all the charm, tranquility of a small town in Mexico, the superb restaurants and great shopping stores where you may find objects beyond your imagination but among all, each hotel or resort in this area as different as they may be will fulfill all your expectations. The hotels located on this area, are close to the flavor and peaceful atmosphere of the old Mexico, not the place to find wild nightlife, but to walk around the streets in a romantic picturesque setup.



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