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Funseekers Vacations Recommends a Spectacular Vacation Getaway to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in 2014

Funseekers Vacations, an industry leading vacation provider, recommends some exciting things to do and see in gorgeous Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

MIAMI, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Funseekers Vacations is an industry leading vacation club that is fully dedicated to making member's dream vacations a reality.  Funseekers Vacations offers beautiful and luxurious accommodations at exclusive destinations around the world. Funseekers Vacations always makes sure to offer members tips and advice on how to best navigate the vacation destination of their dreams. One such destination is found at the southernmost tip of the Baja peninsula: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.


Cabo San Lucas has many spectacular tourist attractions, which include warm, sandy beaches, famous nightclubs, and a seemingly unlimited number of adventurous activities. One such adventurous activity is taking a zip line tour over a pristine canyon out in the majestic Baja desert. Water taxi rides to the famous Land's End arch, an amazing rock formation, are highly enjoyed by members and vacationers from around the world. After viewing this natural wonder, travelers can step off the water taxi onto the beautiful Lover's Beach to soak in the sunshine. The bay off of Medano Beach has numerous yachts and cruise ships where tourists on wave runners have fun navigating waves. Medano Beach also features a number of delicious beachside restaurants that the entire family can enjoy.

Funseekers Vacations knows that its members will fall in love with the world famous resort accommodations that Cabo San Lucas offers. Funseekers Vacations members often stay at luxurious beachfront resorts with spectacular architecture. Expansive swimming pools glisten in the sunshine as vacationers paddle to swim up bars. There are many different pool activities available for the entire family, which include pool volleyball, basketball, and the incredibly fun Mexican Bingo. These world-class resorts offer an atmosphere that is both fun and serene. Authentic Mexican cuisine is offered at luxurious resort restaurants with views of an enchanting Mexican sunset.

Funseekers Vacations knows that Cabo San Lucas offers miles of scenic desert terrain to be explored. The city is filled with palm trees, desert cactus, and sunshine. It is one of the best destinations in Mexico for bird watching, and whales can often be seen swimming out in the Pacific Ocean.

Funseekers Vacations suggests that members book an incredible deal on a beautiful vacation to Cabo San Lucas. For more information and to become a member, visit


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