Hello babes!

I'm finally back after a super fun day in Cabo. Like many of you know, I decided to go to Cabo to celebrate my bachelorette and it was amazing. It was my first time there and let me tell you that I fell in love with everything there, thats why I decided to do a post about it to tell you more about my experience.

First of all, we stayed at Pueblo Bonito. I found Pueblo Bonito Rose on Instagram and I knew that I had to stay there. The hotel is pink with lots of palm trees that make it look so girly and beautiful. It was the perfect place to celebrate my bachelorette. Here's a picture of the hotel so you can have an idea of what I'm talking about.

Another of my favorite things was the all inclusive part. We got a luxury suite for the 6 of us and we saved a lot of money taking advantage of the all inclusive. Pueblo Bonito has 2 more hotels: Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach and Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos which is next door and the all inclusive covers those hotels as well. The food and beverages were amazing and the restaurants with the all inclusive part were delicious.

We stayed most of the time in these hotels for the convenience and because we really didn't have to go to other places since almost everything we needed was there. But, here are some of the extras activities that we did while we stayed there:

Dinner at El Farallon

The first night we decided to have dinner in one of the prettiest restaurants of the area: El Farallon. We had an amazing time there and the food was out of this world. We had an amazing view of the pacific ocean and we even saw jumping stingrays (One of my highlights of this trip). Since many of you asked me about this restaurant, I recommend you to order lobster as an entree and drink guava Margaritas.

Camel Riding
When I was looking for things to do in Cabo. I found the camel riding and I instantly knew that I had to do it. Pueblo Bonito concierge was so helpful and helped us book our activity with Cabo Adventures. This was another highlight of my trip since I've never seen a camel in my life and I didn't know they were so cute and love to meet people. We rode the camels for 30 minutes through the beach and it was so fun. It's an activity that you have to do there, just keep in mind that is a little expensive.

Boat Afternoon
Another activity that all my bridesmaids and I wanted to do was rent a boat to go to the famous Arch and the Love and Divorce beach. Since they were 6 of us it was easy to find a cute affordable boat for us. We bought some champagne and we cruised through the beautiful pacific ocean. Even though we couldn't see the sunset, the pastel candy sky was everything that day.

Night Life
Of course we have to do something at night ;) We went to Mandala club on Saturday and the music was really good. Since I'm from Mexico it was good to see that they still play some of my favorite music there. Another club/bar that we went was El Squid Roe which was so fun. These places are for you if you want to dance and party all night.

I hope that you like this post and it helps you to decide what things to do if you go to Cabo. Aside from all the activities Cabo is a really beautiful place and I love that is a desert with beach. The beaches look so clean and the sand has the prettiest color that makes this location very different from all the beaches that I've visited in Mexico.

I want to thank Pueblo Bonito Rose for the amazing stay. For booking and info about this beautiful hotel go to the link HERE.