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Jun-13-2010, 04:07 PM #1
Which East Cape Resort for me and the spousal unit?
Want to head to Cabo in July for some relaxation with a fishing backdrop. My wife and I are normally Carribean people but vacation time is short so we want to stay closer to home.
Looking at all the Los Cabos fishing hotel/resorts and trying to pick one that I can fish and the wife will still enjoy hanging out. We mostly sit by pool or on beach and read books and eat. Relaxation as opposed to activity. Needs a nice pool, has to be ON the beach and all inclusive meal plans. Also pangas must depart right from hotel.
1) Hotel Buena Vista
2) Rancho Leonaro
3) Palmas de Cortez,Playa del Sol, Punta Colorado family of resorts
Which one and why? Any pics/stories from your trips? Trip will be last week of July. Cost is not a factor. I can easily afford any of them.
Any and all help appreciated!... and I'm 6'5"
Jun-13-2010, 04:57 PM #2
#3 there is nothing that will compare. It has all you are looking for along with the best pools for lounging about and drinking some brews.
Last edited by el capo; Jun-13-2010 at 04:58 PM.
Jun-13-2010, 06:18 PM #3
dooood. im takin my fam to palmas when the kids get a little older.....that place is awesome but a little pricey. bring extra cash..
Jun-13-2010, 06:23 PM #4
$$$$ not a factor. Palmas. Bar none.
Jun-13-2010, 06:52 PM #5
Jun-13-2010, 07:24 PM #6Captain
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My son and I just got back from Rancho Leonero a few days ago. We went with the "Lets Talk Hookup" organized trip. What a blast!! I've been to Punta Colorado and several times to Loreto in past, and Rancho Leonero was BY FAR superior. The fishing was excellent, the food was scrumptious and everyone at the resort was extremely friendly and helpful. You have your choice of super panga vs. cabin cruiser, and the ranch has rods/reels for your use(includes Penn, Accurate and other quality tackle.). You can surf fish RIGHT IN FRONT of the hotel, and can rent kayak's and catch Dodo's 100 yds. offshore if you'd like!! The one thing that impressed me the most was the laid back atmosphere that permeated the whole locale!! It was soooo relaxing and soooo soothing to be there. No worry about speaking poor spanish... everyone there speaks english! Needless to say, I'd highly recommend "The Ranch" and plan to go back next year as well.
Jun-13-2010, 07:47 PM #7
Jun-13-2010, 09:00 PM #8
Rancho for sure!
Jun-13-2010, 09:43 PM #9
Im with Brant!! HBV !!At! Hotel Buena Vista they take care of there guests. And its not crowded. no one on the beach to bother you. If you would like a great panga let me know. i have a amigo that will pick you up right out front on the dock. hes ALWAYS early and the first one out,he wants to make sure he gets you the best bait possible. And Brant is correct they support Bloody decks.
Jun-13-2010, 09:58 PM #10
Looks like there is wide opinion on all. I support BD too but my wife could care less so let's remove that as a reason to choose. Anyone have particular experience, stories or pics to support their choice? Anyone take their wife with them? Would love to here that perspective.... and I'm 6'5"
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