March 18 - 23: The national winners of the BMW Golf Cup International will tee it up in Los Cabos, Latin America’s premier golf destination, from March 18 – 23. BMW is one of golf’s most important global partners, both on a professional and amateur level. The premium automobile manufacturer is a worldwide partner of the Ryder Cup as well as an organizer or title sponsor of three iconic BMW professional tournaments in the U.S., England and Germany. The company also organizes the world’s largest international tournament series for amateur golfers, the BMW Golf Cup International. Each year, roughly 100,000 amateur golfers from about 35 countries play a series of tournaments around the world as part of the BMW Golf Cup International. Each player has a single goal in mind: qualification for the World Final. Approximately 100 players will gather to compete at this unique global event, to which BMW has invited top performers since 1995. The World Final will be played at Cabo del Sol, a magnificent 36-hole facility boasting 18-hole layouts from major champions Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf. For more information, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
BMW Golf Cup International World Final
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August - May: The whale
August – May: The whale shark is the largest fish in the world, reaching up to 40 feet in length, and weighing as much as 47,000 pounds. There is no risk in swimming with these gentle giants, however, since they subsist solely on plankton. Baja California Sur’s capital city of La Paz is the premier place to indulge in this interactive and unforgettable wildlife adventure, with the majority of swim tours occurring near the tip of the El Mogote peninsula. Complimentary round-trip transportation from Los Cabos is provided by several respected activities providers. To learn more contact us by clicking the LEARN MORE button below
Month-Long Taco Tuesday at Casa
Month-Long Taco Tuesday at Casa Calavera: In celebration of Casa Calavera’s one-year anniversary, the Dia de los Muertos-themed restaurant will offer guests an entire month of all-you-can-eat Taco Tuesday! From 6pm Monday through Thursday for the entire month of April, guests can enjoy the eatery’s famous tacos for $450 MXN (~$26 USD) per person. Filled with everything from mouthwatering carnitas with pickled red onion to breaded avocado with fresh pico de gallo, Casa Calavera’s sumptuous tacos are the perfect celebratory dish to commemorate the vibrant restaurant’s first anniversary! For more information about this event, click the LEARN MORE
Every Thursday evening April 4,
Every Thursday evening April 4, 11, 18, 25: The historic Distrito del Arte in San José del Cabo takes center stage each Thursday evening during high tourist season – November through June – when residents and visitors alike are invited to stroll its cobblestone streets and peruse the neighborhood’s many eclectic fine arts galleries. Art Walk hours are 5 to 9 p.m, and regional painters, sculptors and photographers are often in attendance. To discover more about this popular event, click the LEARN MORE button.
April 14 - 20th:
April 14 – 20th: At its core, México remains a profoundly Catholic country. It should come as no surprise then that Holy Week, the week from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, is one of the most important and widely celebrated holiday periods in the country. In fact, it may even exceed Christmas in terms of seasonal travel. Semana Santa (the Spanish name for Holy Week) is equivalent to Spring Break for college students, but collegians are hardly the only ones to take advantage of the time off. Many Mexican families travel en masse to beachfront locales on both the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts, including Los Cabos. For U.S and Canadian travelers, the important things to note about Semana Santa are the week-long closure of most banks and virtually all government offices, and of course the increased competition for accommodations of all kinds. To find out more about Semana Santa, email email@example.com.
April 26 - May 3rd The
April 26 – May 3rd The world’s most rugged off-road race, the legendary Baja 1000, has for better than four decades been run under the SCORE (Southern California Off-Road Enthusiasts) banner. But that wasn’t always the case. Back when the Baja 1000 was inaugurated, in 1967, it was organized by NORRA (the National Off-Road Racing Association). NORRA returned to the peninsula’s off-road racing scene in a big way in 2010, when it kicked off the first Mexican 1000, a fun, vintage-style rally race meant to evoke the flavor of the early Baja 1000s. The new version revs up in Ensenada, then courses down the peninsula before concluding in Los Cabos, where it is celebrated with a huge after-party and awards ceremony. For more details click the LEARN MORE button.
April 27: - Top
April 27: – Top Los Cabos chefs will converge on the luxurious beachfront Casa Dorada on Saturday, April 27th, where they will compete to produce the most delicious tacos. The winners are guaranteed to be the guests, who get to sample both traditional and contemporary/creative taco entries from these very talented culinary craftsmen. Live music will also be featured. Tickets for the event are $600 pesos. For tickets or reservations, call (624) 163-5764, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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