As the world slowly emerges from the pandemic travelers are looking to spread their wings once again but are being very selective in choosing destinations. Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, long a favorite of sun and fun seekers, is carefully opening their doors with visitor’s health and safety as their first priority.

Picking a place that has it all, with an all-inclusive controlled environment just makes sense. Located at the very southern tip of Baja California Sur, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica is that place.

Fronting a magnificent 2.5-mile stretch of pristine beach, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort in Los Cabos is an enchanting oasis at Land’s End. Set back from the place where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, the resort was designed to showcase the exquisite beauty of the Baja Peninsula’s mountain-desert-ocean ecosystem. Tranquil and romantic, this adults-only, all-inclusive hotel, featuring the wellness-inspired Armonia Spa, is situated within the exclusive residential development of Quivira Los Cabos. Peninsula, the resort’s signature restaurant, features eclectic Baja cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients from land and sea.

The Towers at Pacifica, a deluxe “resort within a resort,” features 47 elegant Club suites and rooms and unparalleled personalized services and amenities, including 24-hour butler service. Pacifica is located 15 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas, a deep-sea fishing capital known for its world-class marina and vibrant nightlife; and five minutes from the spectacular Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Quivira Golf Club, which offers exclusive access to Pueblo Bonito guests.

In a spectacular setting at the tip of the Baja Peninsula marked by sheer granite cliffs, huge windswept dunes and rolling desert foothills golf legend Jack Nicklaus has designed a course that is a thrilling Cabo golf experience from beginning to end.

Created as an exclusive amenity for Quivira residents and guests of Pueblo Bonito Golf Resorts & Spas, this world-class layout offers dazzling views and breathtaking drops from tee to fairway. In a destination revered for its unique ocean-desert-mountain setting, Quivira offers more oceanfront exposure than any other course in Los Cabos, with views from every hole of the waters where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet.

Presenting a championship-caliber test from the back tees at 7,085 yards (par 72), Quivira has multiple sets of forward tees to enhance playability. The routing of this Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course starts on the beach within earshot of the soothing waves before climbing to higher ground, where the views are a match for the challenge. The topographical variety of the holes – from cactus and arroyos to dunes and cliffs – is unmatched. Golf Digest’s panelists agree—Quivira has been voted to the publication’s “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” list.

During the round, players can refresh themselves at four comfort stations interspersed throughout the all-inclusive facility. A halfway house situated near the eighth green, called the “Oasis,” showcases the many talents of the resort’s chefs, with exceptional regional cuisine and refreshments available. You must remember, this is Cabo where no one is in a hurry. Golfers stop in the middle of the round and sit for margaritas, cervezas and freshly made culinary delights.

Completing the experience at Quivira is a thatched-roof clubhouse adjacent to the 18th green that offers a large rectangular bar, a casual steakhouse and ample outdoor seating overlooking the sea, the 18th green and the true Land’s End of the Baja Peninsula. Shuttle service to and from the golf club is included within the Quivira development.

If your travel itch needs to be scratched Cabo and Pueblo Bonito Pacifica will cover all the bases- and safely.

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