Discover the private and exclusive East Cape, where desert, mountains and sea collide on Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula. Our marina resort offers easy access to adventure, so whether you have a group of thrill-seekers, beachcombers or anything in between, our local experts will help you organize enriching activities both on-site and off-site that will delight your guests.
- Explore the Sea of Cortez
Known for its calm, lake-like waters, the Sea of Cortez is ideal for swimming and water sports such as snorkelling, jet-skiing and catamaran sailing. Trade the boardroom for the open waters and challenge your colleagues to an aquatic baton relay on kayaks or paddleboards.
- Golf Tournament
Make business fun with a tournament on our signature golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, and reward the winner with a treatment in our luxury spa.
- Organic Farming Tour
It’s time to get their hands dirty: Have your group meet up with local farmers to learn about the latest techniques in sustainable organic growing on our 18-acres (7 hectare) of organic farms and orchards.
- Yoga on the Beach
Harness the calming energy of the desert and sea with a private, beachfront yoga class, the perfect start to a busy day.
- Whale Watching
From December to April each year, humpback whales and gray whales migrate down to the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean to mate and give birth. Let us arrange for a sunset cruise from our private marina so your group can breathe in the majesty of these beautiful creatures.
- Horseback Riding
Leave some room on the itinerary for your guests to explore the desert landscape and untouched beaches of the East Cape on an equestrian excursion.
- Scuba Diving
Members of your group can discover the unique marine ecology of Cabo Pulmo, a UNESCO World Heritage Marine site dubbed “the aquarium of the world” by Jacques Cousteau. They’ll learn about the 891 species of fish and 695 species of aquatic plants that reside there from a local expert.
- Easy Day Trips
It’s just a half-hour drive to the quaint oasis of Santiago, where your guests can take a short hike and go for swim beneath a waterfall at Sol de Mayo. Or have them to head to El Triunfo, a 19th-century mining town where the original buildings have been reimagined as restaurants and galleries.