A Local’s Guide to Los Cabos Shopping It’s time for a little retail therapy By Sandra A. Berry You’re on vacation in a shopper’s paradise. It’s time to treat yourself to a little relaxation and retail therapy. After all, nothing haunts us like the things we… 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
Girls Getaway Social media stars and the ultimate Los Cabos Magazine itinerary By Carleton Eckhardt & Mikaela Wightman • Photos by CaboPictures.com First time in Los Cabos? Come along with us as we detail our weeklong Los Cabos getaway, which was designed by the teams… Read More
My Baja La Paz native and veteran tour guide Beto Haro introduces you to a few of his favorite spots I was raised in La Paz. It is the capital city of Baja California Sur, but more than that, it is a city rich… Read More
The Secrets of Summer Cool ideas to beat the heat By Sandra A. Berry The heat and humidity of June, July, and August make summer Los Cabos’ slow season, but this is also a great time to explore the region and its lesser-known activities. Whether… Read More
Say Yes to a Hassle-Free Destination Wedding
Los Cabos provides a picture-perfect backdrop for your big day
You’ve already made the hardest decisions: picking the perfect partner and wedding destination.
Now it’s time to explore the myriad perks of picking a spot like Los Cabos to host your dream wedding.
Book It – These hotels represent the Los Cabos of the future and the region’s simultaneous efforts to celebrate its natural wonders and charm and accommodate a new wave travelers who won’t settle for anything but excellence • By Sandra A. Berry.
When it comes to major vacation destinations, Los Cabos is but a baby. Flash back 50 years, and Cabo San Lucas was a sleepy fishing village.
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