100 Things to Do in Los Cabos
Are you planning things to do in Los Cabos for your vacation or destination wedding?
A Matter of Taste Catering knows all about the best activities, places to visit and sights you won’t want to miss! We are year-round Cabo residents of Los Cabos.
Whether you’re only in town for a weekend, or you’re lucky enough to stay 10 days or more, our list of 100 Things to Do in Los Cabos will help you make the most of your trip to paradise.
100 Things to Do in Los Cabos
1. A-maze-in Race
2. Acre Baja
3. Art galleries
4. ATV tour
5. Baja Brewing Company
6. Banana boat
7. Booze cruise
8. Buzzard’s Bar & Grill
9. Cabo bar crawl
10. Cabo Blue Bar
11. Cabo Pulmo Eco Tour
12. Cabo Wabo Cantina
13. Caboholics store
14. Camel safari
15. Cemetery in San Jose del Cabo
16. Chileno Beach
17. Cigar bar
18. Cooking class
19. Day pass to Breathless Resort
20. Dinner cruise
21. Divorce Beach
22. El Farallon
23. El Squid Roe
24. Esperanza Resort
25. Farmer’s Market
26. Feeding Los Cabos Kids
27. Fish pedicure
28. Fishing Trip
29. Flea markets
30. Flora Farms
32. Get a mani/pedi
33. Get a massage
34. Giggling Marlin
35. Glass bottom boat tour
37. Hacienda Cocina y Cantina
38. Hike Mt. Solmar
39. Historical tour
40. Horseback riding
41. Hot Springs
42. Hot Yoga
43. Hotel Casa Natalia
44. Hotel El Ganzo
45. Huerta Los Tamarindos Organic Farm Tour
46. Iglesia de San Jose del Cabo
50. La Giganta
51. Land’s End
52. Los Cabos Humane Society
53. Lover’s Beach
54. Luxury private villa rental
55. Mango Deck
56. Manta at The Cape
57. Margaritas at Monkey Business
58. ME Cabo
59. Medano Beach
60. Mi Casa Restaurant
61. Mountain biking
62. One & Only Palmilla
64. People watch
65. Pirate ship cruise
66. Private chef services from A Matter of Taste
67. Rips Bar
68. Sailing tour
70. San Jose Estuary
71. San Jose town square (Plaza Mijares)
72. Scuba diving
74. Sierra de la Laguna
75. Sky tour
76. Slim’s (World’s Smallest Bar)
78. Soloman’s Landing on the Marina
79. Spanish class
80. Street tacos
81. Sunset Mona Lisa
83. SUR by Bar Esquina
86. Tacos Gus
87. Tequila Bar?
88. The Cape
89. The Office
90. The Resort at Pedregal
91. Thursday night Art Walk
92. Tiky Farms & Miraflores
93. Todos Santos
94. Tropicat Wine & Jazz Cruise
95. Walk around the marina
96. Watch a sunset
97. Waterfalls at Santiago Oasis
98. Whale watching
99. Wirikuta Garden
100. Zip lining
For more information on what to do in Los Cabos, drop us a line on our contact page!
In our last blog, we talked about Tiki’s Organic Farm and the beautiful agricultural delights of Miraflores. As huge fans of our local farmers, we encourage visitors to venture out of the better-known parts of Cabo and get to know the local culture a little more.
The hard-working local farmers and artisans would love to show you around town, and just a few minutes down the road from Miraflores is another interesting little village called Santiago.
On our most recent visit to Santiago, we witnessed some very exciting horse races. In fact, we were amazed to see a horse that was trained to race without a rider, a custom known as “lomo libre.” Training a horse to race without a jockey is extremely challenging, so it came as quite a surprise when the “lomo libre” horse won her race!
Like many happenings in Baja, the horse races often take place without advance notice, but you can generally catch the races with some regularity from July to December.
Visitors to Santiago on an afternoon of horse racing will be treated to the sight of many ranchers and cowboys lining the dirt track, many of whom bet among one another as the horses are loaded into the chutes.
As horse racing is an important pastime in Baja Sur, we cannot leave out the annual “Derby de los Pueblos.” The Derby is a series of races held in different towns in Baja Sur. These races begin in Santiago on the first of January and end in the last weekend of July in San Ignacio. Throughout the racing season, each Derby host town has a “Patron Saint” celebration week, and during that week there are daily horse races in the town. The winners of these competitions during the festival week earn the right to compete in the Derby the following year.
As in mainland Mexico, horse racing has long been a popular activity for celebrations in Baja. The local ranchers take great pride in their horses, and the residents enjoy any reason to gather and pass the time with friends new and old. All are welcome, so take a day trip up Highway 1 on your next visit to Los Cabos!
August 01st, 2016
Specialty Organic Produce in Los Cabos:
Tiki Organic Farm and Miraflores
At A Matter of Taste Catering & Events, we work hard to provide Los Cabos with a wide variety of catering and private chef services. As culinary professionals and lovers of fine cuisine, we pride ourselves on sourcing Cabo’s finest local and organic ingredients for our delightful dishes.
Since we want the very best specialty organic produce for our clients, we often head to Tiki’s Organic Farm. Tiki’s is located in a growing area of Los Cabos called Miraflores, which is about 30 miles north of the airport in San Jose. This beautiful agricultural wonderland features row after row of the earth’s most amazing fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
Besides all the delicious varieties of responsibly farmed produce, Tiki’s is also a visual delight to visit. Surrounded by mountains and rolling hills, this picturesque ranch wows visitors with some of the most beautiful flowers that exist (most of which are edible)! In fact, Miraflores, literally translates to “watch/look at flowers.”
Though the Miraflores area is certainly important to organic produce and flower farming in the Los Cabos area, the town also offers visitors more than just the sights of its rich farmland. Miraflores is also home to a vibrant, traditional community of about 1500 residents, and is considered one of the most important cultural centers for the Los Cabos region.
Visitors to Miraflores in the month of July can enjoy the well-known Pitihaya Fair (la feria de la pitihaya), where many regional delicacies and local artisan goods are sold.
Photos Courtesy of Tiki's Organic Farm
It's no secret: Wedding cake is the quintessential wedding dessert. But with these creative dessert ideas from our catering team, you can have your cake and eat these sweets too!
Take a look at these five destination wedding dessert ideas and get inspired to plan something sweet for your own wedding in Los Cabos!
1. Mini Desserts, Maximum Flavor
Bite-sized sweets are not only the perfect size to satisfy a sweet tooth, they also make the cutest displays! Try our miniature carrot cakes, tarts and cheesecakes for a tiny taste of perfection!
2. Do Something Different
Our catering team loves to think outside the box, so consider a lighter dessert that isn't so mainstream. We guarantee your guests will be talking about our delicious meringue Pavlovas for weeks to come!
3. Give Them a Taste of Mexico
Mexico is known for so many great desserts, but our churros are a hit at every Los Cabos event. Whether or not you choose a Mexican theme for your reception or rehearsal, choose the churros for dessert! You won't be disappointed
4. Classic Vanilla Never Goes Out of Style
Worried about pleasing everyone? Vanilla panna cotta, vanilla shortbreads with strawberries and cream, and even vanilla cheesecake are all popular desserts that are anything but boring!
5. Chocolate: Everybody's Favorite
Chocolate desserts. Do we need to say more? We have lots of creative ways to bring everybody's favorite flavor to the party! Chocolate pate? Yum! Chocolate fountain? Yes, please!
A Matter of Taste Catering & Events has a little something sweet for every taste. We love creating bold flavors and presentations that will impress every guest!
Contact us today for more information on our services, or to reserve your wedding date in Los Cabos!