Cabo, Mexico is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited! This says a lot considering how obsessed I am with island life.
I came to Cabo with a powerful group of female entrepreneurs for a business weekend.
I left Cabo with life-long travel buddies and friendships.
Cabo certainly gave a lot to me!
I started my trip by checking into the beautiful Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas Resort. I arrived mid-afternoon Thursday and was able to catch some lunch before I attended my first event: the Meet and Greet.
The next morning I woke up bright and early to catch the sunrise. It was so nice to be by the water and be with nature. I love the beach and although I am not a morning person when I am near a beach I ALWAYS wake up early enough to catch the sunrise.
I enjoyed a lovely breakfast (disclaimer the only good food at Riu is the breakfast and Lobster, everything else is tolerable). Then I headed to a small desert area to ride camels!
I am thoroughly pleased with our experience with Cabo Adventures excursions. We did the Outback and Camel Safari excursion and we had an AMAZING time! From having our amazing guide Christian to riding camels and eating amazing and AUTHENTIC Mexican food. This excursion was the highlight of my trip!
I have never seen a camel in person and it was such a cool experience to be so close to this animal. We only met the one hump camels (because the two-hump camels weren’t old enough) and then went on a walking tour to learn about the local fauna.
In case you didn’t know, the only cactus juice you can drink comes from a cactus that grows like a mound from the ground and has no arms or anything sticking out of it (besides flowers). The normal cacti you see are TOXIC to humans so don’t drink from them!
After learning about cacti we had the opportunity to ride camels along the beach. Talk about magical!
They have an amazing gait that feels somewhat luxurious. That’s the only way I can describe it.
From here we had lunch and did a tequila tasting!
On the last day I was in Cabo, I saw the sunrise (again) and as a group we did a boat tour! It was a very relaxing!
Overall Cabo was a work and play trip. I am amazed at how much work I was able to do even though technically I was on vacation.
I could get used to this digital nomad lifestyle!
Check out my video diary to see just how much fun I had. I didn’t show myself working but just know, I got quite a few things done. It’s totally possible to work and play as an entrepreneur!
2019 is all about taking ACTION and having new experiences! I have now made it my goal to visit 30 countries before I turn 30! I have 3 years to visit 22 more countries!
What countries have you visited? Have you ever been to Cabo? Where should I go next?