Paradero Todos Santos Invites Guests to Explore Beyond the Resort

Haley SmilowSeptember 13, 2022
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“Instead of beaches, bikinis and margaritas, it’s more about experiences and authentic connection with the land,” says Josh Kremer, co-founder of Paradero Hotels. His Paradero Todos Santos is a luxury, environmentally conscious property in Todos Santos, Mexico, on the Baja California peninsula just northwest of Cabo San Lucas. Surrounding the hotel are five ecosystems ranging from the Pacific Ocean to a sky-high cactus forest. “Where else do you see a poblano pepper growing next to a 300-year-old cactus?” Kremer says. He and his friend and co-founder Pablo Carmona set out to design an experience-based resort – even beyond its grounds. “Instead of being a hotel that only keeps you in the hotel, we want to be the best representation of the destination,” Carmona says. Paradero Todos Santos offers 26 unique experiences, including hiking, taco tours and yoga. In the fall and winter months, guests can enjoy anything ocean-based, as the water is warmer then. On offer are surfing lessons, for anyone from beginner to expert, and the Ocean Safari, where guests can see turtles, dolphins, whales and sea lion colonies. Prices start at roughly $480-$620 a night.


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