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Los Cabos occupies the southernmost tip on the Baja Peninsula offering a range of resorts, culinary experiences, golf courses, spas and wildlife. Two towns comprise Los Cabos, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, with a resort corridor running between them. Access to Los Cabos is simple from 40 locations including Baltimore, Dallas/Ft Worth, Houston, San Diego, Seattle, Toronto and Washington D.C.




Los Cabos offers 63 hotels and resorts including the new JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort and Spa, Le Blanc Spa Resort, Mar Adentro Resorts and Residences, Grand Velas Los Cabos, Hard Rock Hotel and Chileno Bay Resort and Residences by Auberge. Looking ahead in 2017, Los Cabos is preparing to welcome the Nobu Hotel, Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Montage and Solaz.




San Jose del Cabo makes up one part of Los Cabos with galleries, shopping and beach. On Thursday evenings, from November through June, visitors can participate in the town’s Art Walk. The walk let’s individuals explore galleries and local restaurants offering specials. San Jose del Cabo is also home to one of the area’s few swimmable beaches. ¬†Those interested in bird watching should visit the San Jose Estuary – the largest body of freshwater in the southern part of the Baja Peninsula. In addition to migratory birds, expect to see marine animals and reptiles.




Known for its seafood, Los Cabos delights diners with signature dishes including seafood tacos made with marlin and fresh shrimp. There are also Baja chocolate clams and varieties of ceviche created by international chefs.


There are several restaurants known for farm-to-table dining. At Huerta Los Tamarindos, the menu includes baked free-range Cornish hen and vegetarian chile relleno. The restaurant also hosts cooking classes. Start in the fields gathering ingredients. Next, review the cooking process. Conclude by preparing a four-course meal in the outdoor kitchen.


Richard Sandoval’s Toro Latin Kitchen and Bar should satisfy international food cravings. The world-renowned chef opened his restaurant in 2015 blending Pan-Latin cuisine with South American dishes.


Chef Enrique Olvera’s Manta debuted last year at The Cape, A Thompson Hotel with incredible views of El Arco. Olvera creates Pacific Rim traditional meals using locally sourced ingredients with inspiration from his native Mexico as well as Peru and Japan.


Wellness, Baja Style


Los Cabos has plenty of luxurious and innovative spa options. Spa Atelier, located at the Grand Velas Los Cabos will complement spa treatments with workshops designed to teach guests about skincare, nutrition, aromatherapy, and water and tea rituals. Based on the principles of ancient Ayurvedic medicine, Spa Atelier instructs clients on the value of tea and other natural ingredients as beneficial for the body.








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