Dining


Have you ever tasted food with your senses? When you combine the best ingredients of the region and is prepared with passion, it becomes more than just something to eat. It turns into pure enjoyment, pleasure… in a few words: an amazing experience. In between scuba diving and snorkeling with sea lions and dolphins, take time to savor some of the region’s traditional dishes. Amongst the signature dishes of the region are the famous chocolate oysters stuffed or roasted in their shells, tamales fajados (tied with strings or strips of corn husks), and ceviche’s either with shrimp, fish, shell fish, or abalone.  

Prawn Fajita

Fish Tacos: Fish Tacos originated in Baja California. They consist of grilled or fried fish, lettuce or cabbage, pico de gallo, a sour cream or citrus mayonnaise sauce served on top of a tortilla for eating with your hands. Trying stopping at one!

Abalone Ceviche: commercially fished off the Baja California Peninsula.  Considered by some to be e delicacy, however locals enjoy eating it fresh, ceviche style mixed with cucumbers, jalapeños, onions, tomatoes and cilantro tossed with a citrus lime juice and served cold with tortilla chips.

Ceviche
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Machaca: Breakfast fans, rejoice! If you're not a morning person, no worries! This delicious combination of eggs, chives, potatoes, and Baja Californian dried shredded beef will make you craving more at first bite.

Clams: Many varieties of clams are to be found in the Sea of Cortez, including the famous chocolates and patas de mula. Prepared in many verities with local ingredients, try them cevich  e style cooked with lime juice or stuffed with tomatoes, cilantro, onions, and traditional cheese.

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