My Cabo – Los Cabos Magazine writer Chris Sands reflects on the people and places that inspired him to turn his Cabo vacation into a permanent move.
Confession: I’m one of those people who came to Cabo on vacation and never left. Now it’s not the sort of impulsive decision I’d recommend to others, particularly if you have kids and a mortgage.
Todos Santos is a pueblo mágico, an artists retreat, and much more By Sandra A. Berry Todos Santos is a coastal palm oasis one hour north of bustling Cabo San Lucas and one hour south of La Paz, the capital of Baja California… Read More
A look back at the age of Jesuit mission building in Baja By Chris Sands • Photos by Joseph A. Tyson Although Hernan Cortés landed in La Paz in 1535, the first permanent settlement on the Baja Peninsula—then known simply as California—was not established… Read More
By Chris Sands Los Cabos as a tourist destination is quite young. Las Cruces Palmilla, Hotel Cabo San Lucas, and Hotel Hacienda—the first hotels to boast more than just a few rooms—were built only about 50 years ago. But that’s Los Cabos, tourist destination.… Read More
How to enjoy Los Cabos with man’s best friend By Chris Sands Los Cabos is not only a popular resort destination for romantic getaways and world-class fishing and golf excursions, but it’s also a wonderful spot for leisurely vacations with friends and family. And… Read More
Treat your skin to some TLC at these Los Cabos spas By Sandra A. Berry Did you spend a bit longer than intended tanning on the beach? Perhaps you feel dehydrated or need a little plumping after endless weeks of work. To get your… Read More
Cheese & Wine “the happening” On March 7, more than 500 people attended the third annual Cheese and Wine Festival at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar. It was, by all accounts, a successful event. Not only did several locals and tourists attend, but the event… Read More
Cheese & Wine Festival 3rd Edition The Baja Peninsula continues to garner attention for its wine production, and Los Cabos has increasingly become a destination known for celebrating good food and good drinks. So it makes sense that this would be the ideal location for a cheese and… Read More
A look at the innovative amenities available at Copala By Carol S. Billups Let’s face it. When you buy a home in Los Cabos, you’re not buying a building; you’re buying a lifestyle. Developers, especially those behind the newer gated communities, spend as much time… Read More
When frequent travel is part of your job description, knowing how to pack a proper suitcase is a must. Whether you are traveling for work or fun, developing that skill will undoubtedly save you time, money, and heartache—especially on international flights. After landing in Los… Read More