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The Magic of Holidays in Baja

Crafting Traditions

Embark on a journey through the enchanting world of Baja California's holiday traditions. This season, our focus turns to the distinctive regional decorations that adorn local homes and spaces, celebrating the cultural diversity of this beloved town.

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Bliss on Baja's

Coastal Gems

Soaring the Skies in Baja California Sur and Exploring Small Towns. Every year, the beaches of the Sea of Cortez are adorned with hundreds of kites. We invite you to journey into Baja California Sur to discover why these settings have become favorites for kitesurfing enthusiasts.

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The closest four missions worth visiting

Baja California Missions

The Baja California Missions hold the secrets of centuries past, and we invite you to explore their historical significance. The region boasts a total of 27 missions, but we've handpicked four that promise an authentic cultural experience:

  • Misión de Nuestra Señora del Pilar - Located in La Paz
  • Misión de Santiago de Los Coras - Located in Santiago Town
  • Misión Estero de las Palmas de San Jose del Cabo - Located Downtown
  • Misión Santa Rosa de las Palmas - Located in Todos Santos
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Honoring the Day of the Dead

Día de los Muertos

In Mexico, the celebration of "Día de los Muertos," stands as a time-honored tradition deeply ingrained in the country's cultural tapestry. Dating back over three thousand years to the indigenous civilizations of Mesoamerica. 

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Mexico's Independence Day

The Taste of Independence

On September 16th, Mexico celebrates its independence from Spain. In 1810 Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a catholic priest, initiated the call for Independence. It marked the beginning of the struggle for Mexico's Independence. Father Hidalgo's fate did not end well; he paid the ultimate price by sacrificing his life and was executed. The struggle was further championed by another priest, José María Morelos, who continued the fight.

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Day Trip

Todos Santos

Todos Santos is a laid-back artist and beach community in Northern Mexico. It’s about an hour’s drive from Club Ninety Six. The Desert Diversity is unparalleled with 125 plant species in Baja California that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.  

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Club Espiritu is a proud sponsor of

The Los Cabos Tennis Open

Did you know that Club Espiritu is a proud sponsor of the Los Cabos Tennis Open? The Los Cabos Tennis Open is a hardcourt and official ATP 250 event. The winner receives almost a million dollars in prize money. Time to hone your game and get with one of our personal trainers at Club Espiritu. To find out more about the Los Cabo Tennis Tournament visit:

The Privateers of Cabo San Lucas

Scotsman Alexander Selkirk.

The Original Robinson Crusoe; Selkirk, a Scottish Privateer, survived on an island south of Cabo from 1704 to 1709. After a dispute on board the ship with Captain Thomas Straddling, Selkirk asked to be left on the remote Juan Fernandez Archipelago islands with only a gun, bible, and few other necessities. Selkirk survived alone on the island for over five years.

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