For some, the perfect vacation consists of a jam-packed, active schedule. Others, meanwhile, yearn to relax and rejuvenate. If you’re in the second camp, book a trip to Baja California Sur’s Rancho Pescadero.
The dirt road that takes you from the tiny Mexican town of El Pescadero to the resort passes between endless rows of basil and other produce. The destination itself sits just a short walk from a two-mile stretch of secluded beach.
Those in need of a daily dose of activity can partake in free yoga classes as well as hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing, whale watching, surfing and boogie boarding. And don’t miss the cuisine of Executive Chef César Pita, who cooks with ingredients sourced within a 20-mile radius.