Three hotels from Los Cabos are part of The Best Resorts in the World by Condé Nast Traveler.

An infinity pool at sunset

Congratulations to The Resort at Pedregal, Chileno Bay Resort & Residences and Viceroy Los Cabos!

The Resort at Pedregal

The Resort at Pedregal needn’t work too hard to impress—that much is clear from the moment you set foot in the 900-foot torch-lit tunnel entrance and, after snaking through, suddenly find yourself on the heels of the Pacific. Enveloped by short, craggy hills on 24 pristine acres of Baja California beachfront, the upscale spot is practically floating in open waters, and in fact, it’s tricky to distinguish the hotel’s infinity pool from the brilliant blue body of water behind it. The Mediterranean village-inspired enclave has a rustic, serendipitous beach vibe that makes you feel like you just stumbled on the place, and luckily so.

Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, An Auberge Resort 

Cabo San Lucas is a town full of resorts that are either too fusty, too fancy, or too family-friendly, but Chileno Bay is the rare option that feels both sophisticated and hip. Follow the throng of weekending thirty-somethings to the resort’s cool open-air restaurant, or to a little taco shack on the beach with an excellent selection of small-batch mezcal.

Viceroy Los Cabos

Opened as Mar Adentro, Viceroy has taken over this stunning Miguel Ángel Aragonés-designed resort that’s just minutes from town (San José del Cabo). Built from glass and concrete, the hotel has six different buildings for guest rooms, all offering unbroken views of the ocean beyond. All rooms feel like a dreamscape, with floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor space. Apartments even have rooftop pools. Decor is mostly white, with light wood accents, letting the stunning natural setting speak for itself.

Russian tourism increases in Cancun due to direct flights from Moscow

Azuer Air plane taking off

In five months, more than 37 thousand Russian tourists will arrive in Cancun with the reactivation of two direct air connections with the city of Moscow, as part of the winter season, scheduled for the period October 2018 to March 2019.
Azur Air, resumed its frequencies, twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday, and estimate that there will be around 21,712 tourists; while the charter of Nordwind Airlines, which has the same route, the estimate is 16,000 passengers.
The connection of Azur Air has been maintained through Aeroflot, KLM, Delta, Lufhansa, among others, with rates of more than $19,000 pesos.
The projection of arrival of Russian tourists, in the season, is greater even than the 27,407 visitors who arrived, January to August, through connecting flights, reported by the Immigration Policy Unit of the Ministry of the Interior.

Los Cabos Hosts Three Major Tournaments to Kickoff Sport Fishing Season

Boat regatta in a bay in Mexico

Here are the three biggest fishing tournaments in Los Cabos:


Visitors can partake in the Los Cabos Billfish Tournament ideal for those who want to enjoy one of the world’s most robust waters surrounded by a serene setting. Among the common catches in the area include billfish, snapper, rooster fish, dorado, wahoo, tuna and marlin.


Bisbee’s Black & Blue Tournaments have been taking place in the Los Cabos region of the Baja Peninsula for over 30 years. The Bisbee’s are currently producing three tournaments – Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore in Buenavista and the Los Cabos Offshore Charity Tournament and Black & Blue Marlin Tournament which take place in Cabo San Lucas.


 This exciting event is staged out of Cabo San Lucas at Land’s End. It is the biggest tuna tournament in Baja and offers a chance to win hundreds of thousands in cash and prizes. The winners of this year’s tournament  fishing from the private boat Estrella Del Norte caught a 338-pound tuna, the fourth biggest in the history of the tourney.

Riviera Nayarit hotel triumphs at the 2018 World Golf Awards

A seaside golf course

The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort hotel, located on the Riviera Nayarit, was named the Best Golf Hotel in Mexico and the Jack Nicklaus Signature Bahia Course -which it shares with the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita- was chosen as the Best Golf Course in Mexico at the World Golf Awards 2018.

Known as the “Oscars of golf”, these awards identify and reward excellence in facilities and services from different fields, resorts and golf destinations around the world, with the vision of improving the customer experience and stimulate the national and international market . The votes are made by professionals working in the golf travel and tourism industry: senior executives, travel buyers, tour operators, agents and media professionals.

According to the site the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Bahia Course was chosen from among 11 other Mexican golf courses, all overlooking the ocean. As its name suggests, this course offers panoramic views of the Bay of Banderas, has a hole a few steps from El Faro, the famous surfing beach of Punta Mita and has impressive lakes and other aquatic elements.