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Why We Think You’ll Love Living in This City of Los Cabos

When people think of Los Cabos, they probably think of the party atmosphere and bar scene.

But most people don’t realize Los Cabos is made up of two cities. And today, we’re going to talk about the more laid-back sister of the two cities- San Jose Del Cabo.

San José del Cabo is a working-class city, a lot less touristy than Cabo San Lucas and much slower-paced.

But don’t think that it doesn’t offer a great lifestyle! In this video, you’ll learn more about living in San Jose Del Cabo in Baja California Sur, and why it’s one of the best places to live in Mexico.

We’ll break down
-Weather in San Jose Del Cabo
-Some rentals in San Jose del Cabo
-Neighborhoods we recommend in San Jose Del Cabo
-How to get around -Restaurants and prices
-Hospitals and Medical Care in Los Cabo’s
-Nightlife in San Jose Del Cabo
-And more

Special Thanks To My Team!

I hope you’re enjoying these city tour videos. I want to take a minute and give a special shout-out to my wonderful creative videographer, Noor.

Aside from the fact that he takes some amazing shots of these cities, he has worked really hard at editing and putting together these amazing videos for you to get an idea of what living in these wonderful places is like. I would also like to thank all our relocation tour guides in these cities. They have taken the time out of their busy schedules to show us around, answer many questions, and help us put together these city tour videos for you.

Everything I do at Mexico Relocation Guide isn’t alone. I have a team of amazing people that help me every day. From immigration facilitators to videographers, pet transport companies, and of course, my amazing community of customers. Who also contribute each day and help me by providing amazing feedback on their experience, so I always have the best recommendations for you!

That’s what makes Mexico Relocation Guide so special. It’s a team effort!
And I wanted to acknowledge that I couldn’t do it alone.

Thank you all for being here.

Mariana Lange

Mariana Lima-Lange was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. when she was a child. She spent every summer visiting family throughout Mexico and is very knowledgeable about Mexican culture, lifestyle, and traditions. She is fluent in both Spanish and English.

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