Whale Watching in Los Cabos

Whale Watching in Los Cabos

Baja California Sur is one of the best world destinations to see whales. The Sea of Cortez (“the world’s aquarium,” as it was referred to by the famous French explorer Jacques Cousteau) and the Pacific coast of the peninsula have 80% of all marine mammals found in Mexican waters.

Luxury for less

Luxury for less

Los Cabos is a luxury holiday destination for everyone, no matter your budget. The tip of Baja California offers options for a laid-back family holiday right through to Hollywood’s biggest names dropping huge sums on private villas. But just because you want to get a little more high-end during your time in Los Cabos, it […]

Pedregal Living

Pedregal Living

By: Emilio de Antuñano Maurer — Architect Much has already been said about Baja California Sur´s beauty and history so I´m going to focus on the residential development of Pedregal de Cabo San Lucas which, thirty years ago I saw for the first time. Back then, there wasn´t much to discover. The urban zone of […]

History Walk in Todos Santos

History Walk in Todos Santos

By Alvaro Colindres Todos Santos is an oasis in the Baja desert, home to hundreds of national and foreign families… and an integral piece of history of the southern Baja Peninsula. Part of its magic resides in its charming streets and colorful and historic buildings mixed with newer constructions designed and built by talented professionals. […]

“…From Tequila your Mezcal…”

“…From Tequila your Mezcal…”

By: Luis Miguel Dorador There are countless legends that tell the tale of the origin of mezcal, but all agree that it comes from the heart of the goddess Mayahuel (“metl” which surrounds the maguey and “yahualli” round in Nahuatl). The elixir that flowed from her heart had the special gift of making a human […]

All About Pescadero & Playa Cerritos

All About Pescadero & Playa Cerritos

Pescadero (official name, El Pescadero) is a very small town located less than an hour north of Cabo San Lucas and fifteen minutes south of Todos Santos. Once a kicked back farming community, it is now becoming a popular place for retirees and ex-pats from the U.S. and Canada. The area is bustling with development although it really […]