Did you know Cabo receives 360 days of sunshine a year? And when the idyllic weather mingles with increasingly impressive farm-to-table cuisine, chic boutiques, and world-class boating—Cuvée guests find the Baja bliss growing even more, well, blissful.
Check out what’s changed in Los Cabos in recent years, and why the Baja love affair keeps gaining strength by the day.
Not only did the Baja community clean up after 2014’s Hurricane Odile destruction, but the entire Los Cabos region got a gorgeous uplift that made it tangibly better than before.
Los Cabos took a dedicated approach to wipeout any entrance of drug-related crime, with a five-point action plan in 2017. Today, crime in Los Cabos has dropped by a staggering 90%, and it’s truly safer than ever.
Called the “world’s aquarium,” by Jacques Cousteau, the Gulf of California is one of the world’s most biologically rich seas. Watch whales jump from the Casita, fish for 9-foot marlin, or hop on a yacht through San Jose marina.
With a deep-rooted agricultural history, foodies and chefs from all over the world have flocked to the Baja. Cuvée guests as of late have raved about new restaurants, and innovative local concepts like Flora Farms.