The baja peninsula – from the road

Los Cabos is the most know destination of the Baja Peninsula, followed by Valle de Guadalupe, but there is so much to see along the 1,500 kilometers (930 miles) in between. My parents started vacationing in Cabo San Lucas in the early 1980s; in January 1990, they moved permanently and have resided there since. Being avid travelers, […]

Venturing Through Mexicos Copper Canyons

Venturing Through Mexico’s Copper Canyons: When it comes to spectacular canyons, we mostly think of the Grand Canyon which spans 277 miles (446 kilometers) long, 18 miles (29 kilometers) wide, and up to 6,093 feet (1,857 meters) deep – the worlds largest canyon. However, not many know of Mexico’s Copper Canyons, a system of six […]

Never Hold Your Breath When Scuba Diving

As a child, I often dreamed of being able to breathe underwater. I could never hold my breath for much longer than a minute nor could I swim down as far as I wanted to. In my teenage years, I moved away from Los Cabos for nearly 14 years and returned to a very different […]

about a town called miraflores and a fruit called pitahaya

Photo by Andy Velleryd

About A Town Called Miraflores: Miraflores is a small town hidden away from the international spotlight; a lush oasis nestled at the foothills of the Sierra La Laguna and about an hour drive northeast of San Jose del Cabo. It’s hard to imagine a place so near to Los Cabos described as “lush” as when […]

Exploring the deep blue of Los Cabos

Embrace your intrepid nature and get in the water under the supervision of experienced guides. There is nothing quite like being in seemingly infinite, dazzling, blue water with a shark – in their element, under their terms.