Top Reasons to Visit Los Cabos for your Spring Vacation

Thinking about visiting Los Cabos? Los Cabos is a multi-city destination that has something for all types of travelers. Here are the top reasons why this special destination should be your next vacation destination this spring.

1) Beaches
The tip of the Baja Sur Peninsula where Los Cabos is located spans coastline on both the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez. The Pacific Ocean beaches are deep blue waters with wild and unpredictable waves while the Sea of Cortez offers tranquil blue-green bays and 19 Blue Flag certified beaches. Playa Chileno, Palmilla, and Santa Maria are said to be some of prettiest beaches in the world.

2) Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is the main hub for travelers. Not only do cruise ships arrive to port here, but it also is home to the most famous landmark “El Arco” which is a unique rock formation that marks where the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean meet. During the day, the marina is bustling with fishing tours and snorkeling boats floating out, and at night the city exuberates with nightlife, music, and entertainment.

3) San Jose del Cabo
San Jose del Cabo is a traditional Mexican town with a rich history dating back to the 1700’s. The main plaza offers colonial charm and a laid-back community vibe, completely contrasting Cabo San Lucas. The historic district comes to life on Thursday evenings with colorful photo displays, open art galleries, and unique Mexican fashion boutiques.

4) The Corridor
Between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, there is a 20-mile stretch of coastline called “the corridor” where you will find not only some of Baja’s most beautiful beaches but also some of the country’s best and most luxurious hotels. So whether you’re looking to pitch a tent in a hidden cove along the Sea of Cortez, or prefer a sumptuous suite at a leading hotel, the corridor is where you’ll find home away from home.

5) Wildlife and Adventure
From breathtaking seas to desert and mountains, Los Cabos has rich biodiversity and thrilling ways to discover it.  In the water, snorkel with the sea life in Chileno Bay, scuba dive with sharks and manatrays in the East Cape, or kayak among the sea lions. On land, cruise through the rugged terrain on 4×4 ATV, zipline above the cacti desert to spot foxes and jackrabbits, or ride a camel along the shore to witness whales breaching.

To book your spring vacation to Los Cabos, see a travel professional. For more information, visit www.visitloscabos.travel

Photos provided by Los Cabos Tourism Board. See disclaimer here

 

Los Cabos Named a Top Destination for 2020 Travel

Los Cabos has been named a top destination for 2020 travel.

Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort – Los Cabos

The destination has long been a favorite for travelers because of its laid back vibe, breezy lifestyle, desert landscapes, fresh seafood and unlimited beach coastline. The art and culture scene in nearby San Jose del Cabo remains a big draw for visitors as well as the many organic farms, fishing and yachting. And now, the East Cape is capturing the attention of chic travelers with the development of the exclusive new Costa Palmas area.

The pool at the fitness center at Four Seasons Los Cabos at Costa Palmas

Los Cabos has elevated its offerings by attracting the world’s top luxury hotel brands sprinkled throughout the destination (from Todos Santos up to the East Cape), as well as Michelin star chefs, celebrity-designed golf courses and offers refined wellness programs, curated land and sea activities, exciting annual events and festivals, magic towns and cosmopolitan nightlife. With its iconic arch at Land’s End, (strikingly similar to the dramatic Faraglioni rock formations in Capri off the coast of Naples, Italy,) and convenient location at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula pronged by the shimmering blue hues of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos is considered one of the most desirable destinations in the world.

Major publications and media outlets including Travel + Leisure, Forbes, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, The Points Guy, among many others have named Los Cabos as a top travel destinations to visit in 2020. Scroll down to see the lists.

Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, Los Cabos

Travel+Leisure: T+L’s A-List travel advisors reveal what places they have their eyes on for 2020. Best Places to Travel in 2020

Forbes: Best Places to Visit in 2020

The Points Guy: We’re Calling it Now: The 20 Hottest Travel Destinations of 2020

Latin TimesLos Cabos listed as the number one destination to visit in 2020
New Years Resolutions for Travelers: 10 Destinations to Visit in 2020

Vogue: names Los Cabos on its Where to Travel in 2020 list. Where to Travel in 2020


New York Times:
52 Places to Go in 2020

New York Times: How We picked the 2020 Places to Go List

Evening Standard: Wish You Were Here: 2020 Hottest Travel Destinations

Cosmopolitan: Best Holiday Destinations

KAYAK: 2020 Hacker Guide

KAYAK: The Year’s Top Trending Destinations

Quintessentially Travel: Our Top 10 Destinations for 2020

Conde Nast: 2020 Gold List of Best Hotels in the World (One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos made the list.)

CNN: TripAdvisor reveals its top all-inclusive resorts for your 2020 vacation

Huffington Post: The best solo travel destination to visit in 2020

CNN: 20 great new hotels to visit in 2020

US News: For all of Mexico, 4 out of 5 spots are Los Cabos resorts
Annual Best Hotel Rankings (2020) 

Pop Sugar: 20 Food Festivals Worth Traveling For in 2020 / Best Destinations for 2020 Food Festivals

Forbes: The 20 Most Anticipated Hotel Openings for 2020

Forbes: The 40 Most Anticipated Luxury Hotel Openings for 2020

National Geographic Traveller: Nat Geo Traveller (UK) Reveals The Cool List, 20 Must-See Destinations for 2020  

Refinery 29: 20 Eco-friendly Hotels to Visit Around the World in 2020

Upscale Living: The Top 10 Instagram Worth Properties in the World (2020)

Conde Nast Traveler: Best Places to Travel in Feb 2020

Pop Sugar: Fun in the Sun: Here are the 10 Best Spring Vacation Destinations for 2020

If you are interested in booking a visit to Los Cabos, call your travel advisor or visit www.visitloscabos.travel for more information. 

Solaz, a Luxury Collection Resort

Arch of Los Cabos (BOARD OF TOURISM BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR)

Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Opens in Los Cabos

The first Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Mexico offers an authentic and immersive experience, showcasing the best of modern Mexican design and featuring artisans from across the country

Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, the latest resort in the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Reserve portfolio, is delighted to open its doors, welcoming guests to enjoy an unparalleled experience. The name Zadún is inspired by the Spanish word “dunas” and the dunes the resort is nestled amidst. Set along the dramatic coastline of San José del Cabo, Mexico, in the coastal haven of Puerto Los Cabos, Zadún offers panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez. This much-anticipated new resort marks the fourth extraordinary property in the Ritz-Carlton Reserve portfolio.

“Zadún, like each Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is a rare estate that allows guests to feel completely immersed in the stunning fabric of the destination,” said Lisa Holladay, Global Brand Leader for The Ritz-Carlton and Ritz-Carlton Reserve. “Through bespoke design, thoughtful amenities and innovative culinary offerings, guests of Zadún will enjoy a highly personalized, transformative experience completely unique to the destination.”

Created to offer the ultimate in luxury, the striking design of Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, celebrates both the desert and the sea with 115 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites.

Created to offer the ultimate in luxury, the striking design of Zadún celebrates both the desert and the sea with 115 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, many of which offer an individual pool and terrace, within 42 two-story villas placed gently along the natural slopes of the land. All guests will enjoy the genuine care of a tosoani, or private attendant. Among Zadún’s 15 stunning room categories is the property’s signature villa, the Grand Reserve Villa, which offers 5,930 square feet of living space, two large bedrooms, five lounges, a pool, one Jacuzzi, a private kitchen, a gym, a living room, two full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms.

“Zadún has been designed to celebrate the rich simplicity of living both indoors and outdoors, while showcasing the country’s incredible artisans,” said Sandra Estornell, General Manager of Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. “We wanted to create a wholly immersive, culturally authentic experience for visitors and every element of a stay at Zadún is designed to encourage our guests to enjoy, explore and engage with their environment.”

The guest rooms offer a modern expression of Mexican design that showcases the talent of handcrafters from culture-rich areas throughout Mexico, such as Oaxaca, Yucatán, Campeche, Mexico City, Jalisco, and Puebla. The rooms, conceived by uribekrayer, feature a careful curation and combination of materials, enhancing the natural veins of solid wood and stone throughout. For the furnishings, also imagined by uribekrayer, communities of weavers in Oaxaca were engaged to design and produce handwoven textiles for the pillows, while a unique framed textile serves as one of the primary works of art in every room. On the guest room terraces, a sculptural art piece made by artists Monica Bizzarri and Raquel Charabatti, lights up to emit a soft glow at night. The resulting design is a sense of place that is singular and unique to Zadún.

As a true oasis of relaxation and wellbeing, Zadún presents the region’s most innovative wellness experience: the one-of-a-kind, 29,535-square-foot Spa Alkemia, complete with a variety of customized, locally inspired treatments for solo spa guests, couples and small groups. Designed by the renowned TLee Spas – the team that also created the award-winning Spa Botánico at sister property Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve – Spa Alkemia’s name is a modern adaptation of the Spanish word alquimia, or alchemy, underscoring a focus on positive transformation.

Spa Alkemia will be home to a range of singular spaces of rejuvenation. “Casita para Dos” is a free-standing couples’ suite nestled in a private outdoor setting with steam shower, outdoor soaking tub, changing area and private multipurpose treatment room. “Casa Privada” – a fully self-contained spa within the Spa – is designed to be enjoyed by couples or small groups, and includes a private plunge pool, massage studio, steam room, beauty annex, and lounge. “Savasana Sound Room” is a unique space for rest and recovery, where sound therapy will help create a state of deep meditation. A “Mindful Movement Studio” will also offer group fitness and mind/body classes. Spa Alkemia additionally features “Templo de Calor,” a modern interpretation of the traditional Mexican temazcal healing hut; an outdoor renewal garden called “Alkemia al Fresco,” where body scrubs are pre-selected and hand-blended based on local and seasonal ingredients; a hydrotherapy pool called Agua Grande; hot and cool contrast bathing circuits designed to stimulate the circulatory system and stabilize the nervous system; a central outdoor relaxation lounge called ”Zócalo”; and a high technology fitness center that includes a lap pool. A large leisure pool with expansive sea views is located near the beach.

Zadún delivers distinct culinary experiences at four food and beverage venues on property. Humo, open for dinner, is set in the heart of the property with an open kitchen and breathtaking views of the Sea of Cortez. Fire and firewood will be present in every dish at this warm, rustic, and refined restaurant, complemented by fresh, exquisite ingredients, and a wide global selection of wines in the Sotano wine cellar. El Barrio, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, is a gathering place that presents Mexican-street-food-inspired dishes by day, and an innovative celebration of Mexican cuisine by night. Evocative of the classic colorful vibe of many Mexican towns, El Barrio offers bright seating both indoors and outdoors. X, celebrating a map’s notation of a special spot, in this case, where the desert meets the sea, will be open daily from lunch to sunset, beckoning guests to unwind while enjoying an exotic selection of ceviches, catch-of-the day fare, and handcrafted cocktails. The breathtaking location of Candil Agave Bar, nestled into the hillside with panoramic views of the sea, offers an almost mystical intimacy despite the wide spaces around it. Exquisitely handcrafted cocktails, specially focused on spirits with an agave origin, can be enjoyed beneath a luminous “sky” of handblown lanterns.

Meeting space at Zadún has been designed for group guests to celebrate connection to one another and to the land. Perched at the very top of the property, “Nido,” which means “nest,” is a shared space offering areas for private gatherings, business engagements, and celebrations of life’s very special moments. Multiple configurations inside Nido’s meeting spaces and its terrace, combined with ample open-air spaces in the property’s cactus gardens and beach areas, are meant to inspire creative, unique setups.

A deeper understanding of the natural habitats in Baja California, and the protected marine sanctuaries of the Sea of Cortez will be the focus of Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment program at Zadún. Offering activities for children, families, and adults, Zadún’s Ambassadors of the Environment will also pioneer a new environmental stewardship component.

Guests of Zadún have direct access to the sprawling Puerto Los Cabos Golf Course, adjacent to the hotel. The 27-hole golf resort features three distinct courses designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus. The courses are championship layouts, perched above the Sea of Cortez and etched into rolling desert foothills, backdropped by the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains.

More information about Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve and online reservations are available at www.zadunreserve.com.

About Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve

Zadún is a haven of serenity and wonder, set amidst the dunes along the dramatic coastline of Puerto Los Cabos, Mexico, with panoramic views of the Sea of Cortez. Zadún, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is the fourth extraordinary property in the Ritz-Carlton Reserve portfolio. Its striking design celebrates the desert and the sea with 115 elegantly appointed suites and villas placed gently along the natural slopes of the land, creating an enchanting retreat delivering rare and unexpected experiences. An intimate oasis where travelers are invited to relax in barefoot luxury, Zadún offers numerous ways for guests to reconnect with each other, with themselves, and with nature. Whether exploring the vibrant ecosystems of the destination through Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment, enjoying rejuvenating treatments at Spa Alkemia, savoring Mexico’s rich culinary heritage, or taking a journey through agave-based spirits while gazing up at the night sky, guests at Zadún are invited to transform, renew and discover. https://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/mexico/los-cabos