The Coral Baja is a full-service resort. The majority of units are operated by the Worldmark timeshare people. However, this is one of several privately held units. Therefore, we enjoy all the benefits of typical resort services. There is a 24 hr front desk along with an activity director available 12 hrs daily to book sightseeing, fishing, golf, atv tours and many other activities.
Coral Baja is one of the more popular resorts in San Jose Del Cabo. This is not like a typical condo where there are minimal services. In fact, there are many friendly staff and services on hand for support, security and amenities. There is an onsight activity desk and a car rental agent to assist with your needs.
Several championship golf courses are within just a few miles of the resort, situated along the corridor between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. There is a local 9-hole course that is less expensive and can be challenging to play. There is also a tennis court and a well manicured putting green right on the premises of Coral Baja.
Our unit was completely renovated in 2015, following the devastation caused by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, and has new appliances throughout including microwave, dishwasher, stove and oven, and a washer and dryer.
The main living area of this unit is tastefully decorated and quite spacious. Cable TV is available in both the living room and master bedroom and each is equipped with a flat screen HD Smart TV.
The master bedroom has a king-sized bed and there is a full-sized Murphy Bed in the main living area.
This is a ground level, end unit with lots of privacy, allowing you to sit and enjoy the ocean view, hot tub, the magnificent swimming pool and the ocean just a few metres beyond (it is just 39 paces to the beach).
Coral Baja resort has it's own filtered water system.
Many travellers worry about the safety of vacationing in Mexico. Whenever you travel in a foreign country, care and vigilance is important. Government travel advisories can be useful sources of information when it comes to learning about travel risks. The US State Department, one such source of this type of information, has pointed out that there are no travel warnings for Baja California (to access the US State Department travel advisory website go to http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/tw/tw_5815.html ). In fact, the Los Cabos area is considered a safer place than many US metropolitan areas. The general consensus has been there is only one road in and out. There is no jungle and the area is sparsley populated. The Baja is mainly desert and mountains with the Sea of Cortez on one side and Pacific Ocean on the other.