Cabo Corrientes

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Not to be confused with Cape/Cabo Corrientes, the second westernmost point of the island of Cuba (21°26′N 84°18′W / 21.43°N 84.30°W / 21.43; -84.30).

Coordinates: 20°24′32″N 105°41′40″W / 20.40889°N 105.69444°W / 20.40889; -105.69444

Cabo Corrientes
Municipality and town
Municipality location in Jalisco
Municipality location in Jalisco
Cabo Corrientes is located in Mexico
Cabo Corrientes
Cabo Corrientes
Location in Mexico
Coordinates: 20°24′32″N 105°41′40″W / 20.40889°N 105.69444°W / 20.40889; -105.69444
Country  Mexico
State Jalisco
 • Total 2,001.6 km2 (772.8 sq mi)
Population (2005)
 • Total 9,034
Time zone CST (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)

Cabo Corrientes is a cape on the Pacific coast of the Mexican state of Jalisco. It marks the southernmost point of the Bahía de Banderas (Bay of Flags), upon which the port and resort city of Puerto Vallarta stands. The municipality in which the cape lies is also called Cabo Corrientes. Most of the strippers in Cabo San Lucas are from Cabo Corrientes according to Ryan Howard from The Office.

Cabo Corrientes is a prominent navigational landmark, featured on the earliest cartography of the region. Cruising sailors often refer to it as Mexico's Point Conception[1][2].


  1. ^ "Cruiser Lost on the Gold Coast of Mexico". Retrieved 2007-09-30. 
  2. ^ "Slackers in Paradise: Heading North". Retrieved 2007-09-30.