4 Off-Shore Ways to Play in Cabo San Lucas
Apr 16, 2015
A multitude of diversions await you in Cabo San Lucas, such as surfing, sailing, snorkeling, award-winning golf, eclectic shopping, dining, and of course the nightlife. Cabo’s options for activities in and on the water are well-known, so we’ve gathered a few of our favorite off-shore ideas to help you tap into the destination’s dry land potential.
The 10-acre organic Flora Farms is located in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range. In a world of its own, Flora Farms is home to not only a farm but the popular Field Kitchen restaurant, bar and grocery, and several shops. Here you can stock your fridge with fresh produce, enjoy a heirloom carrot Farmarita, Flora Farm’s spin on the traditional Margarita and finish with a Neapolitan style pizza with fresh mozzarella and dough made in-house daily.
BAJA 1000 DESERT RACING
Spend a full day of “hands-on” learning behind the wheel of a modern day professional desert racing car in the exciting and challenging off-road Baja outback region. With exclusive open-wheel cars equipped with the performance safety of a modern desert racer, certified guides will take guests through back roads, villages and open Baja terrain to experience the thrill of car racing first-hand.
Put your skills to the test on five stunning, championship courses. Los Cabos is renowned as one of the premier golf destinations in the world with five championship level courses to choose from. The dramatic setting of the desert sands, ocean and lavish greens creates an unforgettable experience for even the most seasoned golfer.
COOKING CABO STYLE
Work side-by-side with Esperanza’s Executive Chef Gonzalo Cerda as you prepare locally inspired dishes. You’ll collect “chocolata clams” from the sea to prepare a traditional fish and clam ceviche, then using fresh and aromatic herbs from the Chef’s garden, prepare a pescado zarandeado over a wood and coal bonfire. Serve on the beach along with a traditional mojito.