Relaxing in Cabo

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Eunice Kindred

  • Mexico

  • Cabo

  • Active Travel

  • Adventure Travel

  • Beaches

  • International Travel

  • Slow Travel

  • Tropical Vacations

  • Sunsets

  • Waterfalls

  • Whale Watching

beachside cliffs with blue water and tan san in los cabos mexico
Curator’s statement

The sunrises in Los Cabos look as if someone painted the sky with their favorite palette of the day. It’ll be blue and orange one day and pink and purple the next. Your days in Los Cabos will revolve around the sun, hitting the gym in time to catch the sunrise, or sitting down for dinner with a view of the sky before the sunsets. Located on the west coast of Mexico, is a welcome breath of fresh air from east coast destinations like Cancun.

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Where to stay in Cabo, Mexico

Things to do in Cabo, Mexico

whale watching in Los Cabos, Mexico in a blue ocean

Experience Baja’s natural beauty

Whale watching season in Los Cabos is incredible. It’s surreal how such large creatures are so effortlessly graceful. Mother whales love the saltiness of the water in Los Cabos because of its buoyancy – it helps the whale calves learn how to swim. The whales come to shallow waters to be protected from predators. Go on a whale watching tour led by marine biologists with Whale Watch Cabo. On the whale watching tour, you’ll boat by the famous arch.

Hit the sand out in no man’s land – it’s just nature out there – and go sandboarding or sand sledding. Your guide will give you a crash course on proper technique and you’ll be going down a baby bunny-like hill. You have a view of the bay and we even spotted whales from the top of the dune before boarding down.

Chase waterfalls in Santiago, Baja California. Getting to this gorgeous waterfall isn’t easy, but it’s worth it. It helps to have a guide show you the way as you have to hike down to the waterfall and you can swim in the natural cold fresh-water springs.

Ride horses on the beach at sunset. It’s a beautiful way to see the beach and connect with nature.

Places to eat & drink in Cabo, Mexico

three margaritas with salt rim in a skill glass with jalapeño and lime on a wooden table


Flora Farms: After going on a free tour of the farm, have a delicious meal at the farm-to-table restaurant. The buffet breakfast is delicious. Save room for a scoop of ice cream or sorbet in a fresh waffle cone. Get the carrot margarita. 

Lunch & dinner

Acre: Excellent food made with fresh ingredients from the working farm. Set in a beautiful shabby chic farm.

Casa Calavera: The restaurant in OMNIA Los Cabos serves traditional Mexican food buffet-style. The ambiance is amazing with calavera sugar skull decorations and live music.

Comal: Comal has a solid menu that’s rooted in tradition, but with modern twists. 


Bar Esquina: Great option for anytime of the day. 

Outpost: Bohemian at its finest.