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I have not been to Cabo and we are going with two other couples in October. We have rented an condo from a friend so we are set there. The friend who goes every year has recommended we arrange car service through the condo to avoid hassles, so I am sure we will do that.

I know deep sea fishing will be on the menu and we have seen some interesting kayak/snorkel tours that we would also enjoy.

Does anyone have tours or outfitters they have used and can recommend?
Anything we shouldn't miss or shouldn't do? Tourist scams to look out for?

We are all late 40s/early 50s and just want to relax, have some drinks at the pool and see a little sea life. I know the beaches there are not great for swimming and that's OK (I like the beach but prefer the pool).

Restaurants or bars that are good? I am guessing seafood is the thing to try on the menus....any suggestions or ideas are welcome.

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