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We just returned from a great week in Cabo at Terrasol. Through VRBO, we were originally in unit 221 booked through Brandon at Baja International realty. But 3 weeks before we arrived, he informed us that unknown to him or the owners of the other...More
We recently went to Cabo for a last minute 4 night trip and rented condo 123 on VRBO. This place is amazing! Beach front and secluded from the other condos as it's on the end of the property. You wake up to the beach right...More
Pros: clean and spacious, has "Beach Sand"surrounding the deck, grounds kept up very well, close to marina and town, staff very nice.
Cons: after calling Mr. Harrison about not being able to see the ocean (unless looking through the flowers or standing on a chair,...More
We just returned from a week stay at the Terrasol Penthouse. I'll start with the things that didn't impress, then move on the the many reasons why we really liked this place.
We were told our cost for the week (4,200) had no other charges...More
We just returned from a great week in Cabo San Lucas and love staying at the Terrasol Resort. Just steps to the sand, a large warp around deck with flowering plants and a peak at the ocean. Listening to the waves, the soft breeze and...More
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Although there are always red flags, that is more due to liability purposes - people have drowned on this beach but it was usually due to night time excursions involving too much alcohol and being crushed into rocks. Many... More
Although there are always red flags, that is more due to liability purposes - people have drowned on this beach but it was usually due to night time excursions involving too much alcohol and being crushed into rocks. Many homeowners in Terrasol swim here on a regular basis and you don't have to be a Navy Seal, you just have to watch the conditions - only swim on very calm days when the swells are minimal and don't go out too far. You do need to be a competent swimmer and know what to do if you're caught in a rip but those are rare here. For instance, every beach in Australia has far worse rips than here and millions swim daily (but they grew up doing it). If you're only used to lakes, best to stay out. Or walk 5 minutes to the marina and get a water taxi (5 minute ride) to Medano Beach. As for the walk to town, if it takes you 15 minutes, you're walking very slowly.