(I originally posed this in "Places to shoot" but it looks like traffic in that forum is practically non-existent so I thought I'd cross-post this here, my apologies if anyone is annoyed). Since we didn't get to take our Grand Teton/Yellowstone trip last fall due to Hurricane Rita, we've decided to take a winter trip somewhere. It's my wife's turn to choose and she wanted somewhere warm/tropical so I think we're going to go to Cabo. Has anybody been? We'll probably be there for 5 days/4 nights. I'm leaning towards staying at one of the hotels right on Land's End since it seems like a convenient location and should offer good sunrise/sunset shooting opportunities. If anybody has any tips on photo hotspots, photographer-friendly excursions, etc I'd love to hear them. Also more general info about Cabo would be welcome since we've never been there. I figure we'll probably want to go snorkling and sea-kayaking, and maybe an ATV excursion into the desert. Is it worth getting a rental car and exploring further out, or would it be better/easier/safer to just stick close to Cabo San Lucas with the occasional taxi ride to San Jose del Cabo? We're planning to go in late February so I'm probably going to be booking the trip pretty soon. Any tips on places to stay/eat (or avoid) would be welcome; right now I'm considering Solmar Suites as the place to stay.