Daikoku Restaurant Offers More than Sushi and Sashimi
The popular Japanese restaurant has an expansive menu that includes noodles like ramen and udon, a variety of soups and rice dishes, as well as fried dishes like tempura and kushiague. And, one year ago, it began to serve teppanyaki on its terrace section with two teppanyaki tables. There is a big selection of Japanese sake, and it’s served in a unique way at the table. Desserts include a flamed offering, as well as a variety of ice creams, tempura ice cream, and coffee jelly. Open daily, from noon till 11:30 p.m. with valet parking. Learn more at http://loscabos.daikoku.com.mx, (624) 143-4038, or (624) 143-4267.
Indira Gems Debuts 24-Karat Gold Ring with 1.35-Carat, Pear-Cut Paraiba Tourmaline Stone
The Paraiba tourmaline stone features an unusual and vivid blue-green color never before seen in any gemstone. Even in its rough form, it has the curious ability to appear neon due to the presence of copper. To see this ring up close, visit Indira Gems. Learn more at www.jewelrydesignerscabo.com.
Columbia Export Group is Key to Foreign Trade
Moving your goods across the border and bringing them down to Baja is just part of the job. Handling the paperwork of importation and exportation is where Columbia Export Group’s experience can be especially valuable. Doing business in México often requires the importation of products from the United States or other countries. In order to import these goods, companies need a Mexican customs broker and freight forwarder to properly handle the paperwork for goods to be accepted in México and to create “pedimientos” (tax declaration) and business receipts that become the proof that your items are in compliance with Mexican Customs regulations. It is only with this proper documentation that a business can record the purchase value of such goods for its company. Columbia Export Group has more than 40 years of experience and the integrated services involved in the import and export operation.
Pirates Take Over Cabo
Did you know that hundreds of years ago, pirates swarmed Cabo’s waters? You can now navigate those same waters and enjoy the ultimate pirate experience onboard Wild Cabo Tours’ two pirate ships: Cabo Legend and the Buccaneer Queen. Reserve the entire ship or enjoy one of several tours offered daily. Snorkel in the morning, walking down the plank and jumping off the ship. It’s a great way to start the day as you enjoy Bloody Marys, mimosas, and chilaquiles—all of which come included. The midday snorkel tour includes an open bar and delicious lunch. Both ships also offer phenomenal sunset tours, cruising the bay and even engaging in some ship-to-ship combat. There’s a pirate show on the ship, as well as dinner and endless drinks—not to mention the views of Cabo’s famous arch at Land’s End and spectacular sunsets. Learn more at www.wildcabotours.com.
El Merkado Opens in August
Inquiring minds are curious. What is that brick and metal structure in front of H+ Hospital at km 24.5 on the Tourist Corridor in the Koral Center? It is the newest in innovative design for shopping and dining in Los Cabos and called El Merkado. Designed as a gathering place for family and friends, as well as a host site for important events, this modern multipurpose venue was inspired by marketplaces in Europe and will provide a food facility offering everything from meat, fish and seafood to groceries, baked goods, and wine all under one roof. Learn more at www.koralcenter.com.
RCI Los Cabos Celebrates with ‘White Party’
The local branch of RCI–the world’s leading vacation exchange—held a “White Party”–themed celebration this spring at Quivira’s Golf clubhouse. The celebration, which included the awarding of its Top Seller and Diamante awards, was meant to honor the work and commitment its team members demonstrate daily. Those in attendance included Pueblo Bonito Resorts, Solmar, Solaz, Marina Fiesta, and more. RCI Los Cabos is led by Miguel Angel Loya, director of business development.