San Jose del Cabo

A driftr travel story

things to do in los cabos, mexico

Discover Los Cabos

Located at the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, Los Cabos includes the resort cities of San José del Cabo and the more widely known Cabo San Lucas. The 20 mile corridor of beach front properties and golf courses between the two cities is known as the Los Cabos Corridor. The Los Cabos area is well known for its ideal climate and geography, as well as resorts, sport fishing and golf courses.

San Jose del Cabo boutique hotels - La Marina Inn

From Hannah’s Trip:

I am still dreaming of the blue skies and turquoise waters that amazed me from the moment I first touched down in this North American paradise.

Hannah Rheaume at boutique hotel in Los Cabos, Mexico

Chicks before pricks 🌵Let’s talk about this view 🤩

Los Cabos restaurant, Blanc Lebanese - All inclusive vacation

Blanc Lebanese

Fresh off a trip to Turkey, Blanc Lebanese was my go-to spot with their wide selection of delicious mezzes including dolmas, hummus, and tabbouleh. While it may not have been strictly Turkish cuisine, it was the perfect mix of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes to satisfy my cravings.

Los Cabos restaurant, Blanc Ocean - All inclusive vacation

Blanc Ocean

Blanc Ocean gets its name from its location, offering an open-air dining experience overlooking the ocean. This was our daily lunch spot and we always seemed to come back to the chips and guacamole with pico de gallo. It came with three special sauces, one of which was a spicy avocado sauce (I can’t remember the name for the life of me) that was simply to die for! We also tried the fresh red snapper and sweet potato ceviche, octopus, pineapple tempura tacos, and grilled leeks. These were just a few of our favorites, but out of the many dishes we tasted, there wasn’t a single one that didn’t impress.

Los Cabos restaurant, Blanc Asia - All inclusive vacation

Blanc Asia

Considering how much we loved Blanc Ocean, we decided it would be worthwhile try out the Asian cuisine at Blanc Asia. We had sushi, sake, and tapioca pudding, which I couldn’t help but go back for on my final night here. It really was THAT good! It was made with coconut milk and topped off with a coconut sorbet that I still find myself craving to this day.

Los Cabos restaurant, Blanc Interntaional - All inclusive vacation

Blanc International

This was our breakfast spot which obviously had a focus on international cuisine. We never did have the chance to eat dinner here but that’s ok with me because the breakfast here was next level. With a buffet of fresh fruits and pastries, delicious juices, and a full menu that satisfied just about any craving, Blanc International was everything I needed in the morning. My favorites included gluten-free toast with avocado, the egg white omelet, all of the fruits (mostly mango), and their green juice. Oh, and of course, coffee with fresh coconut milk!

Hannah Rheaume - Los Cabos all inclusive vacation
Hannah Rheaume - Los Cabos all inclusive resorts
Hannah Rheaume - Los Cabos all inclusive resorts infinity pool
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San Jose del Cabo

A driftr travel story