Every year my family tries to do a trip together. With crazy work schedules and tow siblings in college and even the youngest in elementary school, making time for these sort of trips is really, really hard! So typically we do a family Christmas Vacation. We’re not quite the Griswald family, but we could be close. (If you don’t understand the reference I insist you watch Christmas Vacation ASAP!)
This last year we did our trip to Cabo, Mexico. Nothing like getting away from the cold winter weather in the USA, and spending your day on the beach with a margarita on hand.
My family stayed at a time share from WorldMark called Coral Baja in San Jose del Cabo. You can see more information on this resort here
The resort was right on the beach and had a pool that we pretty much spent all of our time at. We of course did go out to explore a bit of Cabo during our stay.
One of my favorite things about going to Cabo was all of the tacos. I love fish tacos to be exact. I can’t tell you how many times I ordered them while there. You can get them at pretty much any restaurant in Cabo. Two of the restaurants that my family went to were El Squid Roe and Flora Farms.
El Squid Roe is in Cabo San Lucas. This is where more of the nightlife is. This restaurant is both a place to eat and then later in the night turns into a full out club. The staff here does a really great job trying to keep customers entertained with synchronized dances and giving everyone balloon hats.
Probably my favorite place that we ate at was Flora Farm. This is a bit of a drive away from where we were staying, but it was such a beautiful place with delicious food presented to you in what looked like art. Well worth the drive and a complete opposite experience from El Squid Roe. This place gave off a more elegant vibe and had great service with the staff making sure that you were well taken care of. You can see their menu and all that they offer here.
My family loves to go snorkeling when we are near the ocean. We always bring snorkel gear with us when snorkeling is available in the areas we travel too. I love being able to explore the ocean and see all the beauty that it has to offer. Even though i’m terrified of sharks.
We went snorkeling at Playa Santa Maria. It’s a fairly excluded beach. The sand is a bit rocky and hard to walk on barefoot, so if you ever visit, make sure you bring proper footware! I can’t stress that enough. It was great location to swim with the fishes and see the beauty of the sea.
One of my favorite things that I did on this trip was Parasailing. That’s right I went parasailing on the ocean! Such a fun and wonderful experience that I was able to share with my sister. If any of you ever think about going, just do it! It’s a lot slower of a lift up then you would expect and it’s an almost peaceful experience being in the sky and seeing the beach and the water below you.
Cabo with the family was a blast and I wish I had much more to share with you all! Unfortunately Meraki was not even a thought at the time of this trip.
Share with me your experiences if you have been to Cabo! What were your favorite spots??