Following a major makeover, the acclaimed Jack Nicklaus designed course has reopened and is better than ever, having undergone extensive enhancements to improve both aesthetics and overall playability.
On December 9, Pueblo Bonitoowners and guestswill have the opportunity toattendone of the grand culinary celebrations of theregion. The annual International Food and Wine Festival Sabor a Cabo distills the essence of Los Cabos: the hospitality of its people(allproceeds go to local charities), the lush splendor of its verdant landscape, and the sumptuous flavors of its gastronomic traditions.
Long-established as one of North America’s premier vacation destinations, Pueblo Bonito Resorts continues to celebrate three full decades of world-class service, and we must say, 30 has never looked or felt this good.
Día de Muertos (or, the Day of the Dead) is a traditional Mexican holiday that honors the memory of loved ones who have passed away.The Pre-Columbian version of the holiday was originally observedat thebeginningofsummer; however, the celebrationnow coincides with the Catholic Allhallowtide of October 31 through November 2.