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Since our founding back in 1987 Pueblo Bonito, which means “beautiful village,” has developed six luxurious oceanfront resorts in Mexico and is now accepting reservations for its seventh, The Towers at Pacifica. Each new property’s location is carefully selected by our expert developers, while our existing properties constantly undergo renovations to maintain the highest level of quality. In anticipation of the coming year, it is with great pleasure that 2017 will be Pueblo Bonito’s 30th anniversary.Read More
Golf’s finest courses through Latin America and the Caribbean are to be found at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula in Los Cabos, according to the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO). The Los Cabos Tourism Board is proud to accept the region’s IAGTO Award for Golf Destination of the Year, which recognizes excellence in design and a unique geographical setting. Since the early 1990s Los Cabos has been a hotspot for players in search of an unforgettable experience and the undisputed golf capital of Latin America.Read More
As this year comes to an end, I would like to take a moment to wish you happy holidays, and to let you know how wonderful it is to have you as part of our Pueblo Bonito Family. It is always a pleasure to welcome and serve you during your visits!
2016 has been a sensational year for Pueblo Bonito and Quivira Los Cabos, with some exciting additions at the hotels and in the Quivira Development. I am delighted to share with you the details of the newest expansions and enhancements, as well other achievements from this year.Read More
World-class service and groundbreaking design converge in Pueblo Bonito’s luxuriously ambitious resort-within-a-resort, The Towers at Pacifica. Opening December 22nd, the company’s latest Los Cabos property is intended to reaffirm the resort’s adult’s-only philosophy of providing “luxury without limitations.”Read More
Pueblo Bonito is proud to announce that the wait is nearly over for the highly anticipated outdoor Market at Quivira, which opens on December 22nd, 2016.
Guests can expect a bustling “food hall” modeled after those found in Europe with freshly prepared hot meals, such as artisan baked goods, and aisle upon aisle of regional produce, including hand-picked fruit and the seasonal vegetables. This bountiful marketplace will be brought together under one roof atPueblo Bonito Sunset Beach.Read More
Coming in far ahead of the pack, Cabo Adventures is reviewed as the best organization to offer tours and activities in Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo. They offer a number of once-in-a-lifetime adventures and excursions for travelers of all ages, but the one I couldn’t resist booking was the opportunity to swim with dolphins.Read More
Hop aboard the Yellow Cabo Submarine to embark on a voyage that’s uniquely Baja. On this journey, you’ll learn a lot of fun facts from an expert in marine biology, while gazing through the submarine’s port windows at colorful coral reefs and schools of tropical fish. Front row seats don’t get better than this when you’re admiring the crystal-clear abyss of Los Cabo’s great natural aquarium. It’s a nautical look at an underwater paradise.
Delighting visitors to Baja Mexico and residents alike, the annual San Jose del Cabo Art Walk begins each November and runs through June of the following year. Thursday evenings from 5 to 9:00 pm, you’re invited to stroll through the back streets of San Jose del Cabo’s colorful neighborhoods. In recent years, the Art Walk has exploded in popularity as it continues to draw in crowds from the main square. Long promoted by the Gallery District Association, in coordination with local government, the central road of Obregon is closed to vehicles for these magical hours.Read More
The glistening beach and rock formations of El Médano give Pueblo Bonito Rosé Resort & Spa an element of natural luxury that is perfectly complemented by the resort’s Greco-Roman motifs. This pristine setting is home to a variety of restaurants, from casual to upscale.Read More
Every winter, the azure waters surrounding Mexico’s Baja Peninsula serve as a temperate habitat for hundreds of whales who have migrated south from their winter feeding grounds near Alaska. Their majestic voyage of over 5,000 miles affords beachgoers of Los Cabos a remarkable opportunity to observe humpback whales from shore, or even an exceptionally closer range: these impressive creatures are often observed coming up for air just several feet from the whale watching boats!Read More