EL ENCANTO VILLAS IN CABO MEXICO PROVIDES LUXURY VACATION RENTAL SERVICES, IN THE EXCLUSIVE BEACHFRONT COMMUNITY OF EL ENCANTO DE LA LAGUNA LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL SAN JOSE DEL CABO IN MEXICO.
El Encanto Villas Vacation Rentals in Cabo Mexico, is dedicated to making your experience at El Encanto de la Laguna unforgettable. The community is absolutely beautiful and we pride ourselves on the product and the services that we are able to provide our clientele. From personal chefs, in home spa services, grocery stocking, to outdoor activities, we can assist in making your rental experience unforgettable. The community is like no other in Los Cabos, off the beaten path in a quiet and private setting surrounded by pristine Baja desert and the Sea of Cortez. This is a natural playground and we can help you find many ways to enjoy it.
DISCOVER A BEACHFRONT COMMUNITY LIKE NO OTHER, ONLY MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN SAN JOSE DEL CABO, YET A WORLD AWAY FROM IT ALL.
Where is Los Cabos?
Framed by the Sea of Cortez and the Baja California Desert, Los Cabos is a refined tourist development in the state of Baja California Sur in Mexico.
Cabo is located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula and comprised primarily of two towns, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, that are linked by a 20-mile Corridor lined with world-class resort properties and championship golf courses. Los Cabos is considered one of the top three tourist destinations in Mexico.
Cabo is currently considered one of the top destinations in Mexico because a variety of foreign visitors mostly from the U.S. and Canada arrive here by land, sea, and air. Besides having two of the most prestigious marinas in the country, Cabo is also one of the favorite destinations for international cruises.
Known as the World Capital of Sport Fishing, particularly for Marlin, Los Cabos is home to important festivals, tournaments, and international championships.
Los Cabos offers visitors a wide range of sports activities and ecotourism adventures like humpback whale watching which takes place each year from December to March as they emigrated from Canada to the Mexican Pacific warm waters to mate and give birth to their calves.
Among the main attractions of Los Cabos is El Arco (the Arch) in Cabo San Lucas, a rock formation in the shape of an arch sculpted by the sea located in an area where the waters of the Pacific Ocean meet with the Sea of Cortez. This symbol of Los Cabos was declared a World Heritage Biosphere Reserve site by UNESCO in 2005.
The hotel infrastructure and real estate for Los Cabos is considered the best in the country and the destination has championship golf courses, luxurious shopping malls and plazas, spas and resorts along with bars and clubs that offer a very entertaining nightlife.