Art Walk – The Gallery District.

In the heart of Downtown San José Del Cabo, The Gallery district it has come alive recently, with dozens of art galleries, restaurants, and boutiques popping up every Thursday. It might not be the most elegant part of town, but the young crowd that frequents it surely knows how to make it one of the most lively and vibrant areas …Sigue leyendo


Every single year Cabo San Lucas welcomes the humpbacks and gray whales, thousands of them head south from far north to their birthing place down here in Baja. These migratory species visit us from December until April each year. They spend the summer up north (Alaska, British Columbia, Washington State). Winter time is also the high tourism season in Cabo, …Sigue leyendo


Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the United States, celebrated on the fourth of November. Together with Christmas and the New Year, Thanksgiving is a part of the broader fall/winter holiday season. Catering to Cabo staff will cook for their clients the traditional turkey!

5 Best Things you must Do in Cabo.

1. Arco de Cabo de San Lucas. Land’s End is the point where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. Battered by the sea, the cape is clustered with peculiar stacks and other granite rock formations. The most remarkable are the neatly rounded natural arch and slender stack “Neptune’s Finger”. Meanwhile “Window to the Pacific” is a narrow fissure … Sigue leyendo


Mexican Cuisine Mexican food has some of the most well-known and loved dishes in the world. Mexican Cuisine varies by region due to local climate, geography and ethnic differences among the indigenous inhabitants. The three staples in Mexican dishes are corn, beans and chillies (hot peppers), all present before the Spanish arrived. Corn is consumed in all possible ways, but most …Sigue leyendo

Mexican Christmas Traditions

Christmas in Mexico is celebrated annually on the 25th of December, as in many other parts of the world. Mexican Christmas traditions are not influenced by the American way. Rather they are homegrown and based mainly on Mexico’s form of Roman Catholicism. Popular cultural traditions in Mexico, called “posadas”, have also given rise to several traditions observed here during Christmas. In Mexico, …Sigue leyendo

Parasailing is the best thing you’ll do on your Cabo vacations.

Parasailing in Cabo is an exciting thing to do while on your vacation. You will be towed behind a boat while attached to a parachute style wing called a parasail wing. The parasailing will be definitely one of the most fun things you will do during your vacations in Los Cabos. But part of the fun of vacation is safely pushing yourself …Sigue leyendo

Christmas Day

Christmas Day is a holiday in many, but not all, countries. Many homes have Christmas trees and other decorations in the weeks leading to Christmas Day. Some workplaces hold Christmas parties prior to December 25. Festive activities include exchanging presents, singing Christmas songs, going to parties. It’s a special time when children get presents from family, friends and Santa Claus, …Sigue leyendo

How To Celebrate New Year’s Eve In Mexico.

New year’s eve otherwise known as nochevieja or año nuevo, is a big deal in Mexico; from the more recent celebrations that have begun to catch on with younger generations to the traditional and ritualistic efforts many will indulge in to guarantee good luck, good fortune and good health, amongst other things, there are tons of ways to ring in the new year like …Sigue leyendo

Día de la Candelaria in Mexico.

February 2nd may be not an important day in United States, but in Mexico is completely different . On this day is celebrated a religious holiday known as Día de la Candelaria (or Candlemas in English). Throughout Mexico on this date, people dress up figures of the Christ Child in special outfits and take them to the church to be blessed, and …Sigue leyendo

A Mexican Valentine’s Day

February 14th is celebrated in Mexico as El Día del Amor y la Amistad, or “The Day of Love and Friendship”. The holiday has been embraced by Mexicans and enriched with their unique traditions and expressions of love. In Mexico, Valentine’s Day is not just a holiday for couples to celebrate their love, but also a day to show love and …Sigue leyendo