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Just a short walk or golf cart ride away from your private villa lies Club Ninety Six, Mexico’s finest private beach club located on Palmilla bay, the safest swimming beach in Los Cabos. Whether you are swimming laps, enjoying your favorite water sport, or sipping wine by the beachfront fire pit, our conscientious staff is here to serve you in a casual setting of unrivaled beauty.
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Los Cabos is a blue water paradise where the sparkling Sea of Cortez, known as “the aquarium of the world”, meets the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Between January and March gray whales can be seen breaching in the warm seas on their annual trek up the Sea of Cortez. Every year, the whales migrate from the icy northern Pacific waters to the food rich, warm lagoons of the Sea of Cortez to give birth to the next generation.
For those with a taste of adventure, Los Cabos boasts some of the world's finest sport fishing and the annual "Bisbee Black and Blue Marlin Tournament" which draws fishermen from across the globe. Just an hour north of Los Cabos is Cabo Pulmo, famous for its stunning coral reef, a favorite dive spot for marine enthusiasts from all over the world. A two-hour drive from Los Cabos is La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur, and its breathtaking islands that are very popular with kayakers and divers for their schooling whale sharks, sea lions and manta rays. Also a surfer's paradise, Los Cabos has a number of popular surf breaks from the secluded beaches of the East Cape to the long board right hand reef wave in San Jose del Cabo. The Los Cabos area features two world-class marinas, one in Cabo San Lucas and the new Puerto Los Cabos in San Jose Del Cabo.
The Del Mar Communities are located on the safest swimming beach in Los Cabos, Palmilla Bay where you can set off on your sea adventure by fishing boat, catamaran, kayak or stand-up paddle board. Our staff can also set up any number of offsite adventures from swimming with the dolphins to dive trips up the coast.