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Shot Selection – Fairways and Greens

Shot Selection – Fairways and Greens March 29, 2012 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
“We have beauty – desert, mountain, ocean – and, more importantly, the best weather in the entire world,” says Sergio Castillo, PGA Director of Golf at Puerto Los Cabos, explaining why Los Cabos is such a mecca for golfers.  

Chicharrones Siempre! The Joys of Mexican Street Food

Chicharrones Siempre! The Joys of Mexican Street Food March 19, 2012 | Food, What's New | Read More
For tourists, the essence of foreign places is found in monuments, museums, and fine dining establishments. For travelers, it is found in the people, their day to day lives, and the idiosyncratic singularities of their culture and cuisine. For the latter breed, few things capture the spirit of a place...

Baja Sur’s Famed Big Game Sport Fishing

Baja Sur’s Famed Big Game Sport Fishing March 12, 2012 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
The emergence of Los Cabos as an internationally significant resort destination has been attributed to a number of different factors — the arrival of the Transpeninsular Highway, widespread corporate hotel development along the coastal corridor, and Jack Nicklaus’ legitimization of the area...

San José del Cabo’s Best Beachfront Hotels

San José del Cabo’s Best Beachfront Hotels February 29, 2012 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
San José del Cabo is often overshadowed by its Capes neighbor Cabo San Lucas in regards to press coverage, but the city certainly doesn’t need to take a back seat in terms of fine dining, fine beaches, and excellent hotel and resort options. In fact, the best of San José’s accommodations...

Five Great Golf Courses Of Los Cabos

Five Great Golf Courses Of Los Cabos February 23, 2012 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Los Cabos has become one of the world’s greatest golfing destinations, with a superb collection of courses that boast stunning seaside views, as well as challenging layouts from legends like Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. The following five are a few of the area’s best and most beloved loops. 1....

The Five Best Margaritas In Los Cabos

The Five Best Margaritas In Los Cabos February 8, 2012 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
No visit to Los Cabos is complete without a comprehensive margarita sampling, and although every bar in the area has their own version of this signature Mexican cocktail, certain establishments have taken this tequila infused concoction to an entirely different level. Don Sanchez Cantina – Don...

The Top Hotel Dining Experiences in Los Cabos

The Top Hotel Dining Experiences in Los Cabos January 26, 2012 | Food, Hotels, What's New | Read More
Hotel restaurants don’t always receive the publicity or word-of-mouth recommendations of their stand-alone counterparts, largely because travelers aren’t likely to tour or seek out the facilities of resorts in which they are not staying. Nevertheless, it is impossible to list the outstanding...

Cabo’s Best Bar Food

Cabo’s Best Bar Food January 20, 2012 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
For all the great fine dining options in Cabo San Lucas, those in the mood for something a little less sophisticated – a burger to enjoy with beers while watching the latest sporting event, or some fish tacos to soak up the margaritas you had at the beach – will find plenty of satisfying...

Hiking & Biking In Baja Sur

Hiking & Biking In Baja Sur January 13, 2012 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Water-based activities are big business in Los Cabos, but hiking, biking, and other more terrestrial pursuits are available for those who want to get-off-the-beaten-path. In Cabo San Lucas, beach walking and city tours are always good options. Cabo Expeditions offers excellent walking tours of the city,...

Tourist Corridor Beaches Offer Hidden Treasures

Tourist Corridor Beaches Offer Hidden Treasures December 27, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Medano Beach gets most of the attention, but Los Cabos is home to a large number of beautiful beaches. The tourist corridor that stretches twenty plus miles from Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo is blessed with two underrated gems in Santa Maria and Chileno, off-the-beaten-path beaches that may lack...