It’s time to channel your inner explorer, as Los Cabos sets you with the exhilarating task of completing June’s epic virtual roadshow. Learn, get creative, and be inspired, by the desert by the sea.
The team over at Los Cabos is inviting you to be a part of this not-so-top-secret, but super-cool virtual roadshow.
Are you ready?
Your exploration experience will include food, cocktails, exciting destination updates, and the opportunity to meet some (not so undercover) travel contacts.
PLUS, agents on the roadshow will have the chance to win one of 60 $100 dining vouchers from renowned Mexican restaurants in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, which will be given away at the end.
(Invitations will be sent to agents who register with more details.)
Virtual Roadshow Registration
So, now you’re signed up, let’s kick off your journey with some daydreamy destination inspo.
You may have heard about the engaging marine life activities in the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, but did you know there’s an array of incredible and lesser-known activities to experience in this Mexican wonderland?
Just one hour drive into the desert from San Jose del Cabo is the town of Santiago and the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range.
This is one of the most beautiful and least-explored areas of the Baja California Sur Peninsula, and it’s perfect to visit all year round.
Feeling active? Hike up the Fox Canyon Trail to look over an oasis, admire indigenous flora, and fauna, and stumble upon a majestic hidden waterfall – perfect for cooling off in the desert.
Once you’ve chilled out in this gorgeous spot, enjoy some of the most authentic Mexican food at any of the local taco joints.
Another year-round top spot, just one hour away from Cabo San Lucas, is the magical small town of Todos Santos.
In 2006 the Mexican government gave it the special designation of being a Pueblo Mágico, or “magic town,” in recognition of its natural beauty, cultural riches, and historical relevance.
One of the main attractions in Todos Santos (and a fabulous place for a margarita) is Hotel California, which is believed to be where the Eagles got the inspiration for their famous song.
If you’re a foodie, which, let’s face it, if you’re in Mexico you probably are; another spot to check out is Jazamango. Jazamango is a farm-to-table restaurant just outside of town, with one of the funkiest names ever.
Cabo Pulmo Marine Park
Calling all Merfolk. If diving or snorkelling is your idea of the perfect kind of escapism, you won’t be disappointed here.
Located approximately two hours away from San Jose del Cabo, the Cabo Pulmo Marine Park is a hidden gem.
A protected National Marine Park recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Cabo Pulmo is home to one of the largest and most diverse coral reefs in North America.
Jacques Cousteau called it “The Aquarium of the world”. Pretty impressive, right?
If you’re feeling brave, you can also opt to dive with bull sharks; marvelling this incredible apex predator from under the waves. Bull sharks are common to this healthy wildlife-rich underwater wonderland.
The best time to visit this mer-mazing marine park is between April to November.
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