It’s the road less traveled in Cabo—a spectacularly tranquil environment in a wild landscape, with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains in the distance, rolling dunes and desert, a wide fringe of white sand, and the swimmable blue calm of the Sea of Cortez at your feet.

Sea of Cortez


Jacques Cousteau called it “The World’s Aquarium”, a deep, rich marvel of a sea that’s home to a rich ecosystem of whales, squid, birds, turtles and fish—from yellowfin tuna, snapper and grouper to sailfish and marlin of every sort. The Sea of Cortez is a playground and a treasure.

Costa Palmas Outdoor Adventure


There’s adventure to be found on and under the Sea of Cortez: sailing, yachting and sportfishing; paddleboarding and kitesurfing in season; skin and scuba diving. The Sierra de la Laguna mountains hide freshwater swimming holes, and the desert offers miles to explore on all-terrain vehicles.

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The 1,500 acres of Costa Palmas sit on the calm waters of the Sea of Cortez near the town of La Ribera in Mexico’s Baja Sur. It’s just 45 minutes along the paved Highway 1/Carretera Transpeninsular from Los Cabos International Airport, which offers direct flights from 39 North American airports and many international hubs.

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