5 Reasons Why Los Cabos is Perfect for Your Easter Holiday
Spring fever has taken over and the travel bug was patiently waiting to sting! No wonder most of us are flying away to our favorite destinations this Easter Holiday.
If you have Los Cabos in mind, we share 5 irresistible reasons to come down this season to the very place where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet.
Los Cabos hugs you with balmy breezes and fresh sea water temperatures, flowers blooming from desert cacti and majestic animal species coming to say hello. The subtropical weather during spring time offers pleasant warm mornings to plan days of fun, and cool nights to enjoy Cabo’s vibrant nightlife.
Water activities and suntan sessions by the beach or the pool are the order of the day along the season. Whether you choose to surf the Sea of Cortez’ waves, snorkel or dive the depths to find colorful fish schools playing around the coral reefs, or do jetblade, kayak or paddle board, the fun is guaranteed. If you ask Solmar Hotels & Resorts for an opinion, we definitely would recommend visiting La Playa del Amor, El Médano, Chileno Bay and Santa María.
Upon your return to your resort, infinity pools and jacuzzis with impressive views will be waiting —and our bartenders will be ready to tempt your palate with innovative mixology creations.
Something special for everyone
Endless activities for all tastes and ages can be found in Los Cabos. If, for instance, you are traveling with family and want to show them the most iconic landmarks, you must include a boat ride to The Arch. If you choose a romantic getaway, and you are longing for a time for relaxation, Solmar Spa Collection will create a well-being interlude for you with a vast menu of treatments, rituals and massages, in dreamlike cabins overlooking the ocean. If you travel with friends and want to dust off those golf clubs, the Greg Norman golf course will be the host of a round to remember along 7,240 yards with 18 holes, par 72 surrounded by desert ecosystems and breathtaking views.
A full display of nature
From December through mid-April, a natural spectacle can be witnessed every year: whale watching. Out of the eleven species of whales known in the world, eight of them arrive to Baja California coasts to give birth to their calves in the warm waters of the Mexican Pacific, an opportunity for you to meet with these friendly animals and admire their leaps out of the water. Another recommended experience, a tour to swim with whale sharks, the biggest fish on earth.
Be sure to contact your Concierge during your stay at Solmar Hotels & Resorts, they’ll be glad to help you make all the arrangements to live a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Oceanside Cosmopolitan Lifestyle
Picturesque Los Cabos is the place where many cultures reunite. Do not be surprised by the display of art expressions of international artists; the shopping experience with so many brands from other countries; or the plethora of culinary traditions from around the world present in the destination.
Restaurants such as the classic Romeo & Julieta in Cabo San Lucas, Picaro in Rancho and Anica in Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas or La Roca in Grand Solmar Land’s End, will take you on a gastronomic journey through the flavors of Baja and the world.
If you find these reasons inspiring and cannot wait to plan that unforgettable Easter Holiday trip to Los Cabos, let us know in the comments section!
Now that travels seem to be recovering their pace, couples are eager to retake their wedding plans and make it a big celebration while bringing their loved ones together in a beautiful destination and reconnecting with nature.
A story that started over 65 years ago with Don Luis Bulnes and Doña Conchita Malo, a noble-hearted couple who firmly believed that a destination is the exact reflection of its inhabitants, continues to live to these days thanks to the work and passion of Charo Bulnes Malo, president of Solmar Group.
Taking advantage of the Baja landscapes, Rancho San Lucas Golf Club embraces three different ecosystems with several environments that run across huge windswept dunes at the start