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The Puerto Paraiso Shopping Mall is the most ambitious commercial shopping mall and entertainment center project ever constructed in the southern Baja California peninsula. When completed it will offer tourists a world of entertainment, dining...more
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In 2005, when we first fell in love with Cabo, this was a “mall.” In quotes bec it was a Shell of a mall with few stores & a high end area. Today, you can really spend some time here as there is shopping for...More
We have been down her for a few days and needed to ge gifts/souvenirs for friends. Went here, got a bunch for lowish price, ate some good ice cream. Pretty basic mall, but for a little town like Cabo pretty good
July 2018: This mall is not much different than many others that are in the US. It’s got a large amount of stores that aren’t too familiar in the states, along with several that are far too common here (ie Forever 21, Victorias Secret). It’s...More
There was construction going on at this mall in the front street side but you could still get in that way or marina side. It is clean with two levels. Has many kiosks in middle of mall, one being the live fish pedi's. Not for...More
If you're about convenience, this is a nice mall with something for everyone. Great view of the Marina and surrounded by great restaurants. Venture a few streets over and you can find all the same items in little shops at better prices!
This mall has all the appeal of an American one, but it has enough Mexican personality to please the foreign visitor. Don't miss eating the local Ice Cream (I suggest the Durazno, that is peach, paletta) and shop for souvenirs in the various enormous shops....More