Whale Watching in Cabo with Las Ventanas al Paraiso

Las Ventanas al Paraiso, A Rosewood ResortWinter is prime whale watching season in Cabo. Thousands of gray whales make their annual migration from their feeding grounds in Alaska to the warm waters around the Baja Peninsula. Catch a glimpse of these marvelous mammals with a little help from Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort. Among the myriad amenities and programs on offer, the resort can charter sea planes to Magdalena Bay-- one of the only places in the world where gray whales come to calve-- for guests to get a good look at these gentle giants.

Back at the resort, relax with a massage at the new Desert Oasis spa, then hit up the Tequila, Ceviche & Sushi Bar for a Tequila Lesson where you’ll taste some of the bar’s 50 available tequila varieties while learning about the tipple's history, the distillation process, the different types, and the appropriate way to imbibe.

Tip: For honeymooners looking for a serious dose of romance, request dinner on the beach. Private table and bonfire, included. It’s also possible to charter the resort’s yacht for a Champagne cruise through the Sea of Cortez.

Pictured: An Oceanfront Luxury Suite at Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort.

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