If you’re looking to be vegan on the beach for a couple of days, there’s no better place to do that than Cabo San Lucas, the sunlit corridor at the southern tip of Baja California. But if you crave more from your warm weather vacation than sunny and sandy like championship golf courses, farm to table meals and nature cruises are there, two it can bring that too. Let find out These Top Things to Do in Cabo below.
These Top Things to Do in Cabo
Stay at Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa
When we think of an extremely relaxing beach vacation, a place like Grand Solmar comes to mind. Perched on pristine sand and backed by the Land’s End’s craggy peaks, this 246 rooms resort offers one of the most perfect views in all of Cabo. Soak up a sun lounger by one of the eight swimming pools or treat yourself to a massage at one of the beach spa tents, where you’ll have the sound of waves as your background music.
When going on a hunger strike, head to La Roca, the hotel’s main restaurant, for savory seafood dishes and authentic Baja cuisine, or for ceviche and sashimi salad at Sushi Lounge. The rooms are hacienda style and feature a large balcony with stunning water views.
Party at Cabo Wabo
Cabo’s most popular nightlife destination isn’t for everyone. Typical cases were when we arrived, there were people dancing on the countertops and frozen daiquiris. But in terms of footage, you won’t find a place with better dances or viewers. Not into farce after work. Go during the day, when there’s a live band, delicious tacos and a crowd. That is once of These Top Things to Do in Cabo.
Swim with whale sharks in Laz Paz Bay
Whale sharks can be up to 65 feet long and weigh almost 75,000 pounds, but don’t worry underwater giants eat only plankton and algae, which makes the prospect of swimming with them much less threatening.
And if you sign up for a swim and snorkeling ride through Cabo Expeditions, a certified guide will make sure you have a magical Close up encounter. Whale shark season in La Paz lasts from early winter to late spring.
Eat and drink at Acre Baja
One of the newest farming concepts in Cabo, Acre Baja is a more modern version of Flora’s Farm, with a futuristic design space and innovative cocktail and food program. All items on the menu are prepared using ingredients grown on the surrounding 25 acres of organic farmland and the rustic décor twig pendant lights, handcrafted blue white tiles, mesh roofs entirely sourced from local artisans.
As for food, there are comfort oriented classics whole roast hens with pickled radish and jalapeno and a creative, bold Asian treat and lemon kaffir the same cocktail menu from Danielle Tatarin, owner of the famous Keefer Bar in Vancouver. We would recommend Paloma Damiana, a cocktail based on tequila with grapefruit, damiana tonic and salt. That is once of These Top Things to Do in Cabo.
Experience a temazcal ceremony
Imagine you crawl into a small igloo like hut filled with molten rock and have a priest pour you water and spread herbs all over your body. Sounds like an ancient method of torture, doesn’t it. It’s actually a Mayan ritual called a temazcal ceremony and its benefits increased circulation, clean skin, stress relief far outweigh the risks.
We tried it at the Playa Grande Resort in Los Cabos where therapies consisted of singing and chanting to a steady drum beat and left a feeling ten times more relaxed than we were after any of the cool treatments.
Lunch at the Flora’s Field Kitchen
Established in 1996, the 25 acre farm in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains has become the region’s leader in organic, sustainable farming. In 2010, the beautiful, open air Flora Field Kitchen and Farm Bar followed, where the farm’s fruits were served for lunch and dinner and made into creative cocktails like Farmarita, margarita versions are made with their heirloom carrot juice and Cazadores Reposado tequila.
On Sunday enjoy an à la carte brunch with dishes like herb farm eggs and ricotta lemon pancakes. There is also a small grocery store where visitors can buy freshly baked bread and products.