Snorkeling? Whale watching? Sunset cruising? We set out the best things to do in Los Cabos if you love the beach and water activities.
“Necklaces! Bracelets! Cheap Mexican junk!” The cries of the vendors ring out on Mexican beaches. And bargaining in Mexico is part of the shopping fun.
Taxis and the hotel shuttle bus aren’t your best Los Cabos airport transportation options. To get to your hotel, book a private or semi-private transfer in advance.
Drop-dead ocean views from its hot rooftop infinity pool are just one reason why Hotel El Ganzo is the best boutique hotel in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.
What are the best Italian restaurants in Cabo San Lucas? To satisfy that pasta craving, these three hit the mark: Salvatore’s, Doc Wine Bar and La Dolce.
The Pueblo Bonito brand in Cabo San Lucas offers sun, sand and sea and good dose of affordable luxury. We’ve stayed at or inspected all of their resorts. Here’s our view on the best Pueblo Bonito resort in Cabo.
One of the best luxury hotels in Los Cabos? The Cape, a Thompson Hotel. With a hip edgy vibe (swinging daybeds!), the new hotel targets the young and the young at heart.
Want to see lots of colorful fish? Santa Maria beach is one of the three best places to snorkel in Cabo San Lucas. Here’s how to visit on your own before the tour boats arrive.
No loud pool music! Yes, it’s all-inclusive, but stylish Pueblo Bonito Pacifica (in Cabo San Lucas) focuses on romance and relaxation.
Nothing in Los Cabos is like this super-cool, adults-only hotel. At Hotel El Ganzo, artists and musicians stay to paint and record songs.
Drive along a sand road beyond San Jose del Cabo, and you reach Flora Farms – an organic farm with an outstanding farm-to-table restaurant.
Why visit Los Cabos? How about great beaches, eye-popping resorts and swimming with whale sharks? Here are 5 new reasons to go.
If in Los Cabos, check out the Wirikuta Desert Botanical Garden. It’s home to over 1 million plants, with lots of desert plants from around the world.
We love Art Walk in San Jose del Cabo in Mexico! Sip wine, nibble free tapas from wandering restaurateurs and meet artists in local galleries as you stroll the historic art district.
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