Looking for something different for dinner? How about crab empanadas or octopus in garlic sauce? Are you up for a sea conch ceviche or aguachiles (raw shrimp and cucumbers in a spicy lime salsa)? Maybe you're interested in something simpler, like a fresh fish fillet or coconut shrimp with a mango...More >
The 2nd Annual Baja International Film Festival has confirmed that actor Charlie Sheen will attend the event as this year's super mega-star guest. The Baja Film Fest event is scheduled as a November 13-16 movie star extravaganza that brings together many of the industry professionals from both Hollywood and Mexico, in...More >
It was announced in Mexico City on August 21, 2013 by President Enrique Peña Nieto that private companies plan to invest $8.6 billion US dollars in tourism projects throughout the country. The investments, said Nieto would focus on the construction of new hotels, renovation of older ones, while also giving other...More >
While the news of impending Hurricanes heading towards Cabo has caused many locals to take precautionary measures in the past, like businesses boarding up their windows, and residents preparing for the downpour of rain that wreaks havoc in many impoverished neighborhoods with dirt roads, and downtown areas that flood due to...More >
The Cabo Comedy Festival was first announced back in April, as an October 2-6 event, ''Where the Land Ends and the Laughter begins.'' And well, the laughter's about to begin as October is just right around the comedy corner.
With the full support of the Mexico Board of Tourism, and the...More >
Starting Friday, October 25, 2013, the Association of Historic Central San Jose del Cabo, will be holding one of their most ambitious events of this fall, by hosting what will be known as the Salt and Music Festival; which will take place every Tuesday and Friday until the end of the...More >
A new small organic market taking place every Thursday in the cozy patio of El Encanto Inn, is fast becoming the newest charming addition to the vitality and culture of the historic downtown colonial area in San Jose del Cabo. ''The organic market has been a lot of fun for our...More >
In the past three years, every Tropical Storm or Hurricane warning that has come near Los Cabos, generally has meant a lot of rain, and flash floods; weather conditions that are not what the sunny, warm, wonderful days of Cabo are most famous for.
In the past 24 hours, according to Graphical...More >
Los Cabos teachers participated in a nationwide 24-hour work stoppage in protest of new education reform laws passed by the Federal Government of Mexico. These new laws will require teachers to pass an evaluation to maintain their teaching positions. On Wednesday morning, mere hours after the new law was passed by...More >
Historically, international medical travel has meant that a patient leaves from a less developed country and travels to a highly developed country for services unavailable in their home country. The United States has often been the recipient of money spent on such medical travel. However, as medical care in the U.S....More >