I‘m off to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico in about a week and I’m really excited. My only other experience in Mexico was about 30 years ago when I bravely tip toed over the border from the USA into Tijuana, eating tacos and bargaining for an array of shoddy leather goods.
I felt I was going from the safety and security of the US into the unknown, paranoid I was going to be pick-pocketed, robbed or accosted as I slept in a shared dorm in the back-packers shelter.
Thankfully my days of slumming it are over and we are staying at The Resort at Pedregal which will be a very different experience.
Having said all this I’m still a cautious traveller. Things happen and unfortunately there are skilful pick-pocketers even in these lovely resort destinations and accidents can happen so I always purchase travel insurance. I’m really fortunate I have never needed to make a claim but it’s just not worth the risk.
I’m doing a lot of travel this year and I’ve researched the options and have taken out a GoComprehensive policy with Worldcare. It has with unlimited cover for medical and cancellations as well as $25,000 for personal effects and much more. I try to travel lightly but regardless, I always have my laptop and camera gear so cover is really important to me.
Cabo is right on the southern tip of the Baja Californian peninsula and is easily accessible from the west coast of the USA. It is rated the fifth most amazing spot in all of Mexico with an incredible coastline of divine beaches.
As well as dining at some of the great restaurants (and I’ve booked them already) I’m planning on spending my days enjoying the outdoors and taking in some marine wildlife so watch this space.
I’ll be blogging while I’m there to keep you abreast with what’s hip in Cabo and who I’ve seen. Apparently, it’s a great hang out for celebs, that’s if I can recognise them!
Worldcare have generously provided me with travel insurance for my trip to Cabo San Lucas.