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At different points along its dramatic coastal landscape on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, the popular western Mexico region known as Los Cabos can change from sprawling beachfront to towering mountainside to tranquil desert terrain in a matter of a few miles.
This tendency to transform extends beyond just scenic topography and reaches into the very essence of what has defined Los Cabos for the last half century or so.
In 1973, the completion of the Carretera Transpeninsular (also known as the Transpeninsular Highway or Mexican Federal Highway 1) connected 1,000 miles from the United States/Mexico border down to the
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