Thursday, December 4, 2008

The East Cape

Here's a nice overview provided by Rancho Del Sol, an exclusive new master planned development located between Vinoramas and Los Frailes on Baja's burgeoning East Cape.

Over the years, the Los Cabos region has developed a favorable reputation among sportsman even though for many years, the area was only accessible to tourists by private yacht or aircraft. Early development included Cabo San Lucas' Finisterra and Somar hotels. The Los Cabos and East Cape regions have an appealing desert climate, which is surprisingly cool for its tropical latitude. Receiving little rain, except for the month of September, the area enjoys up to about 350 days of sunshine each year. During winter, daytime temperatures range in the low 70s Fahrenheit while the summer months typically have daytime high temperatures in the high 80s to low 90s. Night temperatures typically range from 55 Fahrenheit in the winter to the 70s in the summer.

There is no question over the success of Los Cabos and the gains that have come with investing in the region. Institutional, corporate and private investors across multiple demographics make up the various components to the backbone of successful investment in the area and there is little doubt over continued growth as it heads east beyond the Corridor, the twenty mile stretch between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, towards the East Cape. Known for its beautiful beaches, excellent fishing and relaxed atmosphere, the East Cape is one of the fastest growing Mexican tourist destinations. There are ground level opportunities within a broad range of business classes and as trade in the region grows and develops, the East Cape will surely continue becoming a premier business and development opportunity.

Large projects are in the works by hotel groups from Mexico, the U.S. and as far away as Spain. The East Cape area is virtually the same drive time from the Los Cabos International Airport as it is to Cabo San Lucas. The area is what many say Cabo was 20 years ago, however will be what Cabo is today sooner and will attract far more reaching global markets, investments and tourism capital as it matures.

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