5 Surprising Things You Don’t Know About Yachting Around Los Cabos

A luxurious yachting lifestyle is perfect for those with a sense of adventure. Traveling by yacht affords you the convenience of picking up and changing course at a moment’s notice.

Did you know that Los Cabos is full of opportunities to suit your spontaneity? Owners of Casa Blake homes have the perfect place to drop anchor and explore these five fascinating surprises.

  1. Los Cabos is home to an ever-changing landscape.

    Where desert sands meet the sparkling Sea of Cortez, Los Cabos offers an array of different geographic features to enjoy on your glamorous getaway.

    From hiking to gorgeous waterfalls and immersing yourself in natural hot springs to ziplining through lush, thick tents of trees, the scenery is never the same.

    Feast your eyes on two miles of pristine, swim-able beach, or channel the desert vibe on a camel-back safari. Go off-roading on an awesome ATV adventure and watch as the rugged mountain terrain changes to vast, open spaces in the heart of cowboy country.

    However you spend your day soaking up the unique natural splendors of the East Cape, it’s guaranteed to be an action-packed memory well worth making.

  2. Enjoy some of the best sportfishing around.

    Over the years, Los Cabos has become known as a mecca for sports fishermen and women around the world.

    Local fishing tournaments are a high-octane, high-stakes form of entertainment that attracts competitors and spectators alike to see who can reel in the biggest catch.

    Try your hand at the annual Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Fishing Tournament, which occurs right next to the Costa Palmas resort.

    Recent winning catches include a black marlin that tipped the scales at a whopping 538 pounds.

    It’s anyone’s guess as to what exotic fish species will be plucked from the water next. Species include everything from roosterfish, yellowfin tuna, blue, black, and striped marlin, to snapper, grouper, and sailfish.

    Sizable cash prizes, not to mention major bragging rights, are yours for the taking. East Cape is a treasure trove of possibility for the avid offshore fisher.

  3. A bustling art scene paints a picture-perfect experience.

    Do you consider yourself an art buff? Los Cabos is home to several different art districts ripe for the picking. Take a day trip to one of these local cities to explore unique pieces.

    • José del Cabo

      The picturesque beach-side town is as popular for its beautiful beaches as it is for its colonial buildings and thriving Art District.

      Located right behind the town’s central plaza, galleries and shops filled with contemporary pieces and photography line the street, and a seasonal Art Walk invites visitors from all over the world to partake.

      Cabokero Gallery

      Ricardo Quero. Each skull comes with uniquely-detailed patterns and a story to accompany the designs.

      Frank Arnold Art Gallery

      Frank is a famous Cabo artist who specializes in abstract figurative painting. For the Art Walk, Frank opens his gallery, home, and studio for the public to peruse.

    • Todos Santos

      With sun-drenched beaches and sunny skies, it’s no wonder so many artists call Todos Santos home. This quaint beach-side village boasts a number of art galleries in addition to traditional architecture.

      Immerse yourself in everything from fine art exhibits, mosaic art classes, and hand-selected collections of textiles displaying vibrant, distinctly Mexican patterns and fabrics to please the eye.

      Galeria Logan

      Galeria Logan is the artistic home of internationally acclaimed artist Jill Logan. Everything about Galeria Logan is magical. From the colorful, whimsical arched mosaic entryway to the nature-inspired paintings you’ll discover inside.

      La Sonrisa de Muerte

      A popular spot for art lovers in Todos Santos, this gallery offers a varied selection of artwork by artists from Mexico, Central, and South America.

      You can admire the artwork and purchase a special piece to take as a memento of your time spent in this off-the-beaten-path treasure trove.

  4. A menagerie of marine life lies just beneath the surface.

    Coined “The World’s Aquarium” by legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, Los Cabos is an aquatic lover’s dream.

    • Aquatic animals

      Go swimming with whale sharks for an unparalleled one-on-one experience with some of nature’s most magnificent creatures.

      Catch sea lions basking in the sunlight on the beach when you cruise over to El Arco. This stunning natural limestone formation has been shaped over hundreds of years by wind and time.

    • A living coral reef

      Cabo Pulmo National Park, located in Pulmo Bay, is home to one of only three living coral reefs in the world. Believed to be 20,000 years old, the reef delights visitors with an up-close-and-personal look at tropical wildlife.

      The crystal clear waters that surround the coral reef allow ultimate visibility, turning the experience into what is essentially an enchanting, massive aquarium.

  5. Yachting. The vibrant nightlife options are endless.

    The real fun begins at night well after the sun goes down at the Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas. Take your pick of any of the several ways you can amp up the ambience;

    • At Marina Village, the resort’s premier port-of-call, you can turn up the fun. Steps away from refuge at your regal waterside retreat at Casa Blake homes.
    • Dance the night away in the resort’s lively nightclub, or venture over to the courtyard for live music and fresh air.
    • Sip your craft cocktail or glass of world-class wine beneath the glittering night sky. Al fresco dining can be found at restaurants like Casa de Brasa, El Puesto, or Limon,
    • Test the waters with a nighttime swim, mingling with acquaintances old and new in one of six sizable swimming pools.

Where elemental luxury meets a sea of dreams

Set at the edge of the Sea of Cortéz, Costa Palmas is a dramatic landscape…and a home. Costa Palmas is a unique invitation to elemental luxury and spirited adventure on a calm blue sea of dreams. Resort amenities include:

  • A world-class Beach & Yacht Club
  • Marina and Marina Village
  • Robert Trent Jones II designed world-class 18-hole Golf Course, and a Golf Practice Facility
  • Organic farms, orchards and an estuary
  • Aventura Adventure Planning and Guides
  • Bespoke Shopping
  • Sports Park

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