by Larry Berle
There is plenty to do and plenty of choices to stay in Cabo St Lucas Mexico. Here is a look at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Resort and Spa located at Lands End in Cabo St Lucas. Several of the resorts north of here are still closed due to last falls hurricane damage but not Pueblo Bonito Resort. Pueblo Bonito sits right at lands end where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean.
Pueblo Bonito resorts account for nearly 10% of the transient rooms that are available in the Cabo St Lucas area. Sunset Beach Resort alone has 635 rooms that range from 1-4 bedrooms (a wonderful place for the entire family). 5 swimming pools (including one sky pool, over 350 feet above the ocean), and 5 restaurants and even a couple delis on property to provide food that you can prepare in your own villa. You may be able to spend your vacation here and never leave the resort. The Sunset Kids Club has hourly activities every day of the week, from making kites, movie time, treasure hunts, pool time and more.. There are twice as many organized activities for the adults in the resort.
For Dad and his pals there is a wonderful Jack Nicklaus designed golf course that sits on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean called Quivera. Most of the holes have awesome ocean views.
This development is totally water independent. They have several desalinization plants on property and all of the drinking water, is desalinated on site and all the salt that is removed and returned to the ocean. This is for a community of over 4000 guests and employees daily. They remove water from the ocean — process 30% of it into drinkable water, removing the salt, then putting the salt back into other 70% and returning it to the ocean. The portion that is saved then has all the necessary nutrients (flouride etc) that water should have, infused into the water and then put in cisterns for use throughout the resort. I tell you all this detail because, for years drinking water in Mexico scared people from visiting there. I am here to tell you that This water tastes very good and I am sure is completely safe.
Here is a link to the resort: www.pueblobonito.com