Me Time 5 tips for traveling solo By Ashley Alvarado Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time we get one thing straight—one is not, in fact, the loneliest number. While the idea of getting dinner or catching a movie alone may still cause your blood pressure… Read More
Arts & Culture From Cabo San Lucas to San José and Todos Santos, the region is alive with creative displays worthy of your attention. We show you where to get your fill By Sandra A. Berry Los Cabos’ modern history starts shortly after World War… Read More
Mark Your Calendars The social season is just picking up. Here’s a preview of what’s to come this fall and winter The Los Cabos social season lasts roughly November through May; that’s when hordes of tourists fly down for the winter and Los Cabos gets… Read More
Travel Like a Pro Expert advice on how to protect yourself and your privacy—before you even land By Ashley Alvarado It’s hard to think of any two words more magical than “summer vacation.” Whether you’re a kindergarten student or a CEO, a busy mom or… Read More
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.
This Is How We Do It
Los Cabos locals know exactly where to go for the region’s best seafood dishes.
There is a very old and respected axiom in travel circles: If you want to find the best food, follow the locals. Who knows more about the best places to eat in a given area, after all, than the people who live there? With that in mind, here’s a local’s guide to the top seafood stops in Los Cabos.