The Sea of CorTez and the Pacific Ocean set the stage for all that is stunning about Cabo San Lucas. This resort city on the tip of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico is known for its mountains, Land’s End rock formations and El Arco, a natural archway in the sea cliffs. You’ve never seen anything quite like this. Cabo is all about the water. Depending on the season, expect to see whales, sea lions and dolphins. Snorkelers and scuba divers reap big rewards, as do deep-sea fishers. There’s plenty of life in the sea.
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Kayak, paddle board, jet ski—you can fulfill any water fetish. And if water lovers are in paradise, so are golfers. There are world-class courses enhanced by Cabo’s unique scenery. The action doesn’t stop once the sun sets. Cabo is known for its nightlife, bars and restaurants. Head to the Marina Golden Zone. You’ll cheat yourself if you don’t have a meal at Los Deseos Restaurant & Bar. The Mexican music creates the ambience whether you’re dining outside or in. Order the Tequila Three Melted Cheeses appetizer and watch the waiter expertly flambé cheese with tequila. Enjoy with sauce and hand-made tortillas or go for organic mushrooms with chipotle, and of course guacamole.
You can get traditional favorites like enchiladas and fajitas, as well as steak and fish with a Mexican twist. Baja Lobster Company, Imomo Sushi House and Jack’s Bar & Grill are other popular spots. There is also extensive shopping in the Marina Golden Zone. Luxury Avenue boasts names like Cartier and Chopard, Plaza Bonita art galleries showcasing Mexican talent, numerous boutiques offering jewelry, swimwear, hats and more. For those on a mission to party, the Cabocrawl has an “all you can drink” five-hours open bar, VIP entrances, reserved tables and escorted bar crawl that includes three bars/clubs in the area. As for where to stay, appealing options are plentiful—Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa, Hotel Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas or Marina Fiesta Resort & Spa. For certain, you can’t go wrong with Hacienda Encantada Resort & Spa.
It’s family owned, and with the high-touch service, you’ll feel at home, whether you go for one of the suites or join with family or friends to rent a villa overlooking the sea. There are eight dining options. You’ll never forget a candlelit dinner at Los Riscos, where you’ll have panoramic views of the splashing sea and enjoy a memorable meal. Perhaps you’ll choose the corn “sopes” stuffed with Cuitlacoche mushroom, stewed pumpkin blossom, cheese, topped with a special beer chilli sauce, quesadillas, Greek salad, roasted duck breast or rack of lamb, baked potato and roasted veggies. The Encantada is home to the Milagro Holistic Spa, which offers facials, massages and an array of body treatments. Take advantage of temazcal and experience the ancient tradition of purification of mind and body. When you’ve had enough sun and swimming in the infinity pools, talk to the concierge about horseback riding or hiking.
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