Que Pasa in Cabo?

BY DAVID FLORES There Are Options for the Chili Cook-Off!This year’s Chili Cook-Off, which will take place on Sunday, February 18, will donate 100% of its proceeds to P.E.T. Los Cabos, an organization devoted to rescuing, spaying and neutering stray pets. Donations are needed and they are tax deductible in the U.S. PayPal to RobZolezzi@gmail.com or email […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

As the most vibrant season of Mexican cuisine draws to a close, it’s time to gear up for the grand finale known as Candelaria. While the United States has Groundhog Day, Mexico proudly boasts Candelaria. This unique festivity, also known as Candlemas in English, harbors distinct traditions exclusive to Mexico, some of which date back […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

Business in Cabo Downtown Slowing Down. According to Robbin Hernandez, president of the Entrepreneurial Leaders of Los Cabos, sales in Cabo downtown decreased between 20 and 30% in 2023. The ones that have seen the highest loss are nightlife businesses. With more luxurious hotels offering great food and beverages, it seems our visitors prefer to […]

Fish Report

Cabo San Lucas Another fun week with a 98.5% Catch Success Rate for the fleet! The marlin bite picked up a bit with the boats staying close by, and they still managed to release up to seven striped marlin each today. In addition, there were some 40-pound bulls caught! Last week, we had over 500 […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

BY ALEJANDRA BORBOLLA In this edition, we’re talking about an ancestral dish, its origins dating back many years before the Spanish set foot on our lands. Undoubtedly, it’s one of the most emblematic dishes of Mexican culture. Its recipe was practiced by the Mayans, Aztecs, and Otomis. It’s known for certain that the Mixiote recipe […]

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Underpass in San Jose Roundabout Approved. The first steps to build an underpass at the troubled Fonatur roundabout are being taken. The city reports that 60,000 vehicles drive by every day and an initial study has been delivered to the feds. Early next month, both the city and the feds will work on funding the […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

BY DAVID FLORES The number of Cruise Ships will Increase This Month. The Mexican Association of Cruise Ships says we will see the arrival of three to four cruise ships in one single day during the last 10 days of this month due to Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. The number of cruise ships visiting […]

Que Pasa in Cabo?

The Whale Sharks Are Here! The National Commission of Protected Natural Areas has announced that there are at least 8 whale sharks in La Paz Bay and has authorized the tours to swim with them. The whale shark is a slow-moving, filter-feeding carpet shark and the largest known extant fish species. The largest confirmed individual […]

Fish Report

BY GARY GRAHAM Cabo San Lucas Torneo de Pesca ORSAN The final sportfishing tournament of the season in Los Cabos was held on November 27 and 28, with the fishing day on November 28. The “Orsan” Tournament was created with local fishermen in mind, guaranteeing big prizes with an accessible registration fee of 4,509 pesos. […]

Cooking Like a Mexican

Buñuelos Strolling through the bustling streets of Mexico during the Christmas season is an immersive experience, engaging all the senses in a delightful holiday symphony. Among the vivid sights and sounds, the aroma of Buñuelos wafts through the air, casting a magical spell that instantly heralds the joyous festivities. These iconic Mexican delights have secured […]