Cabo San Lucas Guidebook

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Cabo San Lucas Guidebook

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This is a great place to have breakfast or just hang out and have a few drinks as you enjoy beachfront view of Medano Beach.
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The Office on the Beach
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This is a great place to have breakfast or just hang out and have a few drinks as you enjoy beachfront view of Medano Beach.
Because when you go to Mexico, you eat tacos. Family-run for more than 30 years, Tacos Gardenias serves all the Baja classics, like fish tacos, shrimp cocktails, ceviche, and seafood soup, while also offering tacos stuffed with cochinita pibil (juicy marinated pork), nopales, and fried shrimp. The taqueria opens at 8 a.m., for those who want to grab some tacos post-surf. ($)
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Tacos Gardenias
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Because when you go to Mexico, you eat tacos. Family-run for more than 30 years, Tacos Gardenias serves all the Baja classics, like fish tacos, shrimp cocktails, ceviche, and seafood soup, while also offering tacos stuffed with cochinita pibil (juicy marinated pork), nopales, and fried shrimp. The taqueria opens at 8 a.m., for those who want to grab some tacos post-surf. ($)
Flora’s Field Kitchen started when Flora Farms stopped selling its immaculate produce to high-end restaurants and decided to cook its own food instead. Now it’s one of the most popular restaurants in the Cabo area, serving simple but perfect comfort meals like breakfast omelets, wood-fired pizzas, and fried chicken (for sustainability reasons, no beef is served). Producing more than 100 different types of vegetables and herbs, the farm’s soil is minimally turned and nourished through a top-down method, while the chicken and pork, raised humanely on a 150-acre ranch nearby, are both hormone- and antibiotic-free. Even the ice cream and sorbets are made in-house, and all ingredients are sourced from their 25-acre organic farm, on which Field Kitchen sits
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Flora Farms
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Flora’s Field Kitchen started when Flora Farms stopped selling its immaculate produce to high-end restaurants and decided to cook its own food instead. Now it’s one of the most popular restaurants in the Cabo area, serving simple but perfect comfort meals like breakfast omelets, wood-fired pizzas, and fried chicken (for sustainability reasons, no beef is served). Producing more than 100 different types of vegetables and herbs, the farm’s soil is minimally turned and nourished through a top-down method, while the chicken and pork, raised humanely on a 150-acre ranch nearby, are both hormone- and antibiotic-free. Even the ice cream and sorbets are made in-house, and all ingredients are sourced from their 25-acre organic farm, on which Field Kitchen sits
Nicksan, simply put, is the ultimate Japanese Mexican fusion restaurant in Los Cabos. Indulge in the award-winning cuisine of Chef Angel Carbajal and see for yourself why Nicksan was selected as the Best Restaurant in Los Cabos during the 2019 edition of Los Cabos Culinary Awards. When it comes to Japanese food in Cabo, Nicksan is THE place to find fresh and innovative dishes, based on the traditional principles of Japanese cuisine fused with the vibrant flavors of Mexico, which is known as Nicksan style. At Nicksan you will embark in a memorable culinary celebration guided by Angel Carbajal's love for offering the best and freshest products from the sea. Meals that are inspired by the tradition and genius of his mentor, Masayuki Niikura, and served in comfortably refined settings. The original Nicksan opened back in 1994 in downtown Cabo San Lucas, a few steps from the Marina.
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Nick-San
lote 10 Blvd. Paseo de la Marina
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Nicksan, simply put, is the ultimate Japanese Mexican fusion restaurant in Los Cabos. Indulge in the award-winning cuisine of Chef Angel Carbajal and see for yourself why Nicksan was selected as the Best Restaurant in Los Cabos during the 2019 edition of Los Cabos Culinary Awards. When it comes to Japanese food in Cabo, Nicksan is THE place to find fresh and innovative dishes, based on the traditional principles of Japanese cuisine fused with the vibrant flavors of Mexico, which is known as Nicksan style. At Nicksan you will embark in a memorable culinary celebration guided by Angel Carbajal's love for offering the best and freshest products from the sea. Meals that are inspired by the tradition and genius of his mentor, Masayuki Niikura, and served in comfortably refined settings. The original Nicksan opened back in 1994 in downtown Cabo San Lucas, a few steps from the Marina.
Featured on Guy Fieri Diners, Drive ins and dives this is a great place if you enjoy tacos. A local favorite
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Asi y Asado
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Featured on Guy Fieri Diners, Drive ins and dives this is a great place if you enjoy tacos. A local favorite
Los 3 Gallos is the place to go for mainstay Mexican cuisine. Unlike many of Cabo’s other Mexican restaurants, which are putting out more fusion-style food, Los 3 Gallos focuses on local classics like traditional pozole, Caesar salad (invented up north in Tijuana), mole enchiladas, and stuffed green peppers. The patio is shrouded in greenery, making it a nice spot to enjoy at least one dessert, whether it’s flan, churros, or the tres leches cake made with tequila
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Restaurante Los Tres Gallos
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Los 3 Gallos is the place to go for mainstay Mexican cuisine. Unlike many of Cabo’s other Mexican restaurants, which are putting out more fusion-style food, Los 3 Gallos focuses on local classics like traditional pozole, Caesar salad (invented up north in Tijuana), mole enchiladas, and stuffed green peppers. The patio is shrouded in greenery, making it a nice spot to enjoy at least one dessert, whether it’s flan, churros, or the tres leches cake made with tequila
Simple, Organic & Healthy Sustainable Food They combine the best local organic ingredients, to produce simple, healthy, great tasting food, to be enjoyed in a family friendly farm to table setting. You and your guests will experience the feel of a small functioning Baja farm and take a glimpse of where their food comes from and how it is produced. Their mission is to bring healthy, organic, gourmet dishes to the reach of middle class locals and become a meeting place for family and friends to be enjoyed any day of the week for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks.
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El Huerto Farm to Table
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Simple, Organic & Healthy Sustainable Food They combine the best local organic ingredients, to produce simple, healthy, great tasting food, to be enjoyed in a family friendly farm to table setting. You and your guests will experience the feel of a small functioning Baja farm and take a glimpse of where their food comes from and how it is produced. Their mission is to bring healthy, organic, gourmet dishes to the reach of middle class locals and become a meeting place for family and friends to be enjoyed any day of the week for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks.
It is an experience of Flavors, Textures and Presentation, absolutely recommended, one of the best in Los Cabos and even more special for the personal attention of Chef Enrique D Gerard. I have been dining here for years and Enrique never disappoints. Ask him to make you his linguine Vongole, tell him Kurt told you since its not on the menu. Enjoy
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Alcaravea Gourmet
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It is an experience of Flavors, Textures and Presentation, absolutely recommended, one of the best in Los Cabos and even more special for the personal attention of Chef Enrique D Gerard. I have been dining here for years and Enrique never disappoints. Ask him to make you his linguine Vongole, tell him Kurt told you since its not on the menu. Enjoy

City/Town information

Todos Santos is a town on the Baja California peninsula, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, bordered by the Sierra de la Laguna. It has many artists and is known for its many galleries. The modern Professor Néstor Agúndez Martínez Cultural Center is located inside an old school and has a local history museum. To the south, beaches like San Pedrito and Los Cerritos are known for their strong waves
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Todos Santos
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Todos Santos is a town on the Baja California peninsula, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, bordered by the Sierra de la Laguna. It has many artists and is known for its many galleries. The modern Professor Néstor Agúndez Martínez Cultural Center is located inside an old school and has a local history museum. To the south, beaches like San Pedrito and Los Cerritos are known for their strong waves
Cabo San Lucas is a city located at the tip of the Baja California Sur peninsula that, in addition to being the scene of beautiful desert landscapes and beaches, is also a popular destination, known worldwide as the Capital of Marlin and home of the Arch, where they meet the Sea of ​​Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. After the time of the conquest, Cabo San Lucas was established as a fishing town with a small population, but its marine wealth made it a favorite destination for fishermen in search of large species and, its location, in the choice of celebrities who love the Privacy Today, Cabo San Lucas boasts some of the most luxurious resorts in the world, a world-class marina, and the largest fishing tournament in the world. In addition to that, it remains the favorite destination of celebrities in search of privacy and of thousands of people who come to enjoy its nightlife, the best sport fishing and a wide variety of activities.Adventure abounds in Cabo San Lucas, as there are many diversions for the visitor. Water activities are the main attraction for both couples and families with children, since you can practice snorkeling and world-class diving in the beautiful reef of Cabo Pulmo, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, there you will delight yourself observing numerous species of tropical fish. Anglers who go after the day's catch can hire and hop on any of the fishing boats located in the Los Cabos Marina to go after striped marlin, dorado or tuna. On land, visitors looking for some real fun can hop on the zipline, which offers an opportunity to see things from a different angle, flying through the air suspended from a cable 600 feet high. One of the pleasures of Los Cabos is shopping, since Luxury Avenue and the Puerto Paraíso Shopping Center are two of the largest shopping centers in Baja California Sur and they are located here, in Los Cabos, for you to buy clothing from completely unique clothing and jewelry. Oh, and by the way remember that in Cabo San Lucas, gastronomy is fascinating !! Once you are satisfied with tours and excursions, head to the restaurants to enjoy authentic Mexican food or seafood specialties brought directly from the seas that surround us. That's the perfect way to end a day (or night) in Los Cabos.
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Cabo San Lucas
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Cabo San Lucas is a city located at the tip of the Baja California Sur peninsula that, in addition to being the scene of beautiful desert landscapes and beaches, is also a popular destination, known worldwide as the Capital of Marlin and home of the Arch, where they meet the Sea of ​​Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. After the time of the conquest, Cabo San Lucas was established as a fishing town with a small population, but its marine wealth made it a favorite destination for fishermen in search of large species and, its location, in the choice of celebrities who love the Privacy Today, Cabo San Lucas boasts some of the most luxurious resorts in the world, a world-class marina, and the largest fishing tournament in the world. In addition to that, it remains the favorite destination of celebrities in search of privacy and of thousands of people who come to enjoy its nightlife, the best sport fishing and a wide variety of activities.Adventure abounds in Cabo San Lucas, as there are many diversions for the visitor. Water activities are the main attraction for both couples and families with children, since you can practice snorkeling and world-class diving in the beautiful reef of Cabo Pulmo, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, there you will delight yourself observing numerous species of tropical fish. Anglers who go after the day's catch can hire and hop on any of the fishing boats located in the Los Cabos Marina to go after striped marlin, dorado or tuna. On land, visitors looking for some real fun can hop on the zipline, which offers an opportunity to see things from a different angle, flying through the air suspended from a cable 600 feet high. One of the pleasures of Los Cabos is shopping, since Luxury Avenue and the Puerto Paraíso Shopping Center are two of the largest shopping centers in Baja California Sur and they are located here, in Los Cabos, for you to buy clothing from completely unique clothing and jewelry. Oh, and by the way remember that in Cabo San Lucas, gastronomy is fascinating !! Once you are satisfied with tours and excursions, head to the restaurants to enjoy authentic Mexican food or seafood specialties brought directly from the seas that surround us. That's the perfect way to end a day (or night) in Los Cabos.
Long ago in the Los Cabos region there lived an ancient culture of agile runners and tireless walkers called Pericúes, who honored a superior being whom they called Niparajá. They were gatherers, fishermen and hunters who lived under palm trees, surrounded by birds in the San José del Cabo estuary. In the early 1530s, Hernán Cortés carried out the first expeditions to explore this area, which also has audacious history due to the fact that it was once used as a safe haven for pirates. Around 1730, the Mission of San José del Cabo “Añuití” along with a “Plaza” were founded on Zaragoza Street, which still remain. In 1984, the San José del Cabo airport was built, which attracted the attention of different tourist complexes interested in opening the doors of progress to this oasis. Due to the cozy architecture of the main square, the center of San José del Cabo has become an Art District, where it is possible to find works from different parts of the world, but mainly, traditional Mexican art and local creations, which Makes an excellent place to shop and eat. San José del Cabo also has a picturesque world-class marina facing the Sea of ​​Cortez and stunning golden sand beaches, with famous surf spots. It is home to great wildlife with seabirds, gray whales and baby turtles going to the sea for the first time.
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San José del Cabo
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Long ago in the Los Cabos region there lived an ancient culture of agile runners and tireless walkers called Pericúes, who honored a superior being whom they called Niparajá. They were gatherers, fishermen and hunters who lived under palm trees, surrounded by birds in the San José del Cabo estuary. In the early 1530s, Hernán Cortés carried out the first expeditions to explore this area, which also has audacious history due to the fact that it was once used as a safe haven for pirates. Around 1730, the Mission of San José del Cabo “Añuití” along with a “Plaza” were founded on Zaragoza Street, which still remain. In 1984, the San José del Cabo airport was built, which attracted the attention of different tourist complexes interested in opening the doors of progress to this oasis. Due to the cozy architecture of the main square, the center of San José del Cabo has become an Art District, where it is possible to find works from different parts of the world, but mainly, traditional Mexican art and local creations, which Makes an excellent place to shop and eat. San José del Cabo also has a picturesque world-class marina facing the Sea of ​​Cortez and stunning golden sand beaches, with famous surf spots. It is home to great wildlife with seabirds, gray whales and baby turtles going to the sea for the first time.

Sightseeing

The Thursday evening Art Walk is a highlight of any visit to San José del Cabo, and is held weekly from 5 to 9 p.m. during high tourist season (November through June). The participating galleries are all clustered together in the city's historic Distrito del Arte, which is one of the reasons you should forget the guided tours and enjoy this weekly event at your own pace. Sip wine, sample cheese, wander the area's beautiful cobblestone streets, and interact with some of the top artists and gallery owners in Baja California Sur. Afterwards, explore the Art District's many fine bars and restaurants, which include neighbors Baja Brewing Company and La Lupita Taco & Mezcal.
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Art Walk San Jose Del Cabo
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The Thursday evening Art Walk is a highlight of any visit to San José del Cabo, and is held weekly from 5 to 9 p.m. during high tourist season (November through June). The participating galleries are all clustered together in the city's historic Distrito del Arte, which is one of the reasons you should forget the guided tours and enjoy this weekly event at your own pace. Sip wine, sample cheese, wander the area's beautiful cobblestone streets, and interact with some of the top artists and gallery owners in Baja California Sur. Afterwards, explore the Art District's many fine bars and restaurants, which include neighbors Baja Brewing Company and La Lupita Taco & Mezcal.
In the Pacific zone, less than an hour from Los Cabos, there are towns such as Migriño, Candelaria, Todos Santos and Pescadero. Throughout the year you can enjoy ATV tours, hiking or walks to a true oasis in the desert in Candelaria. While, during winter, the beaches of Migriño, Todos Santos and Pescadero are perfect for surfing and whale watching. About 30 kilometers north of San José del Cabo, are Santiago and Miraflores, towns where you can observe the traditional life of the locals, buy their handicrafts and taste their delicious food. Activities such as mountain biking, hiking, visiting the Sol de Mayo waterfall or going to the hot springs are offered to release stress and relax.
Miraflores
In the Pacific zone, less than an hour from Los Cabos, there are towns such as Migriño, Candelaria, Todos Santos and Pescadero. Throughout the year you can enjoy ATV tours, hiking or walks to a true oasis in the desert in Candelaria. While, during winter, the beaches of Migriño, Todos Santos and Pescadero are perfect for surfing and whale watching. About 30 kilometers north of San José del Cabo, are Santiago and Miraflores, towns where you can observe the traditional life of the locals, buy their handicrafts and taste their delicious food. Activities such as mountain biking, hiking, visiting the Sol de Mayo waterfall or going to the hot springs are offered to release stress and relax.
One of the main attractions for visitors to Los Cabos is the prized section known as Cabo del Este. Isolated and silent, most of its beaches are deserted, since to get there you have to go through sand gaps, but don't worry, as there are many easily accessible places near the hotels. Those sublime beaches keep secrets. Surf lovers come from all over the world to enjoy the clear blue waves, even, many consider it one of the best places on the planet to visit, becoming the trip of a lifetime. Deep sea fishing is one of the most popular activities you can do here, as a wide variety of pelagic species are caught daily from shore or within 10 kilometers, including grouper, marlin, sailfish, dorado and tuna. It is not always necessary that you embark to enjoy fishing, just walk on the sand to catch beautiful rooster fish or crevellas from there. If you rent an ATV in Rancho Buena Vista, you can plan a day trip to explore other places throughout Cabo del Este. There are so many things to do that you will never get bored here.
East Cape Beach
One of the main attractions for visitors to Los Cabos is the prized section known as Cabo del Este. Isolated and silent, most of its beaches are deserted, since to get there you have to go through sand gaps, but don't worry, as there are many easily accessible places near the hotels. Those sublime beaches keep secrets. Surf lovers come from all over the world to enjoy the clear blue waves, even, many consider it one of the best places on the planet to visit, becoming the trip of a lifetime. Deep sea fishing is one of the most popular activities you can do here, as a wide variety of pelagic species are caught daily from shore or within 10 kilometers, including grouper, marlin, sailfish, dorado and tuna. It is not always necessary that you embark to enjoy fishing, just walk on the sand to catch beautiful rooster fish or crevellas from there. If you rent an ATV in Rancho Buena Vista, you can plan a day trip to explore other places throughout Cabo del Este. There are so many things to do that you will never get bored here.

A favorite bar and cantina for those who like to party and listen to live music ( not daily)

Cabo Wabo Cantina - Who better to tell the story of Cabo Wabo Cantina than Mr. Cabo Wabo himself, Sammy Hagar. And I quote: La Cantina Cabo Wabo has generated enormous curiosity since the day it opened. At first, it was because of the time and place. In 1990, Cabo San Lucas was small enough for such an elaborate nightclub. Later, when this city at the tip of Baja California became the premier vacation destination that it is today, it seemed as if he had looked into a crystal ball. The truth is that the concept was evolutionary and the reality that it has become is based on small steps, many mistakes, some good people and a lot of luck. Jorge looked at me with the courtesy that Latinos reserve for dreamers. But I persisted and only convinced him that I was serious after I brought him to the States and had him as my guest at a concert in San Diego. By then, he was in Van Halen and had written the song "Cabo Wabo" with Eddie Van Halen. But the Cantina was always my project and not the band's Jorge and I started buying properties. When we had the property we wanted, we held a competition among local architects in Cabo San Lucas. The winner was Marco Monroy. I was happy that it was Marco, because he and I had already become friends. When Marco brought his design to me in Los Angeles, I was impressed, but didn't notice that his measurements were in square meters and not square feet! During construction, Van Halen was on tour and Jorge was handling the details. So when I first saw the Cantina, it was almost finished. "I can't believe it's that big," I told Marco. “This is too big for Cabo San Lucas. But I like it.' Of course, I wanted a monster opening that included MTV coverage. As Van Halen was going to participate on my behalf to make the grand opening an important event, I felt a sense of camaraderie. It seemed appropriate to offer the other members of the band financial participation in the project. They accepted.
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Cabo Wabo Cantina
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Cabo Wabo Cantina - Who better to tell the story of Cabo Wabo Cantina than Mr. Cabo Wabo himself, Sammy Hagar. And I quote: La Cantina Cabo Wabo has generated enormous curiosity since the day it opened. At first, it was because of the time and place. In 1990, Cabo San Lucas was small enough for such an elaborate nightclub. Later, when this city at the tip of Baja California became the premier vacation destination that it is today, it seemed as if he had looked into a crystal ball. The truth is that the concept was evolutionary and the reality that it has become is based on small steps, many mistakes, some good people and a lot of luck. Jorge looked at me with the courtesy that Latinos reserve for dreamers. But I persisted and only convinced him that I was serious after I brought him to the States and had him as my guest at a concert in San Diego. By then, he was in Van Halen and had written the song "Cabo Wabo" with Eddie Van Halen. But the Cantina was always my project and not the band's Jorge and I started buying properties. When we had the property we wanted, we held a competition among local architects in Cabo San Lucas. The winner was Marco Monroy. I was happy that it was Marco, because he and I had already become friends. When Marco brought his design to me in Los Angeles, I was impressed, but didn't notice that his measurements were in square meters and not square feet! During construction, Van Halen was on tour and Jorge was handling the details. So when I first saw the Cantina, it was almost finished. "I can't believe it's that big," I told Marco. “This is too big for Cabo San Lucas. But I like it.' Of course, I wanted a monster opening that included MTV coverage. As Van Halen was going to participate on my behalf to make the grand opening an important event, I felt a sense of camaraderie. It seemed appropriate to offer the other members of the band financial participation in the project. They accepted.

Fishing charters

I have lived here in Cabo for more than 15 years and if you are looking to go fishing I recommend that you call my friend Victor from Top Anglers Sportfishing. He is honest and will do his best to make sure you have a great day of fishing. You can tell him Kurt sent you . His number is 624--122-1643
Top Anglers Sportfishing
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I have lived here in Cabo for more than 15 years and if you are looking to go fishing I recommend that you call my friend Victor from Top Anglers Sportfishing. He is honest and will do his best to make sure you have a great day of fishing. You can tell him Kurt sent you . His number is 624--122-1643

A place to pick up some beer, snacks or groceries that is close to the condo.

It's a place where you can get some groceries, snacks and also go shopping
FRESKO Cabo San Lucas
It's a place where you can get some groceries, snacks and also go shopping