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Five ways to get your adrenaline and culture fix in Los Cabos

Adrenaline rush or art crush? In Los Cabos, you don't have to choose. 
  • Jan 09, 2018
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A is for Adventure, but A is also for Art. In Los Cabos, you’re never far from either. The tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula is perhaps better known for ever-expanding rows of glitzy hotels, million-dollar-prize marlin fishing and fiestas that run so late—or early—that revellers can choose ceviche made with the morning’s catch as their hangover helper. But keep to the sidelines and you’ll find a different kind of A-team—from an adrenaline rush on the glittering sea to an art crush amid a cobblestone townscape.

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Thrill-seekers will love racing through the Baja California outback in their own self-driven UTV. (Photo courtesy Cabo Adventures)
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The Frank Arnold Gallery in San José del Cabo is one of the participant galleries in the weekly Thursday evening Art Walk that takes place from late October to June.
Thrill-seekers will love racing through the Baja California outback in their own self-driven UTV. (Photo courtesy Cabo Adventures)
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Swimming with whale sharks in the Sea of Cortez
Thrill-seekers will love racing through the Baja California outback in their own self-driven UTV. (Photo courtesy Cabo Adventures)
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Beach at Grand Solmar resort in Cabo San Lucas
Thrill-seekers will love racing through the Baja California outback in their own self-driven UTV. (Photo courtesy Cabo Adventures)
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Thrill-seekers will love racing through the Baja California outback in their own self-driven UTV. (Photo courtesy Cabo Adventures)
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