Groups & Events
Tropicana Inn offers a fantastic place to gather and celebrate the most special occasions in the heart of San Jose del Cabo.
We have a 12 x 4 meter space, ideal to host celebrations and receptions of up to 30 people. The hotel’s staff will make sure that every detail is considered, offering always the best options to suit what you have in mind for that special day.
For executive stays, Tropicana Inn features a small business room and free Internet access; if you’re planning a group stay, you’ll be glad to know that our hotel welcomes groups of up to 80 people
Do you need more information about groups and events in the Tropicana Inn Los Cabos? Please contact us.
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ART WALK DISTRIC
Every Thursday from 5-10 pm tourists and locals alike crowd the streets are filled with the smells of fresh baked French pastries and traditional Mexican dishes, causing a similar a reaction as stepping into ones grandmothers kitchen to find her passionately working on a secret family recipe.
Musicians walk the streets serenading passerby’s for an indescribable upheaval of romance. All of which sets the stage, oh so appropriately, for the star of the district…the art galleries.
It’s no surprise that there’s an overwhelming amount of visitors that return to the San Jose del Cabo Art Walk again and again. The town is a constant celebration of the things that unite us, no matter our country our culture. Through and abundance of art, culture, and food to indulge in, you find that the daily stresses of life suddenly melt away.
The San Jose del Cabo Art District is an overwhelming treat for the senses with visual sights you couldn't imagine some of the most flavorful food you've ever tasted and the sounds and atmosphere to match. It’s not about escaping life, it’s about rediscovering what life is truly all about.
Chileno Bay Snorkeling
Chileno Bay, known as small Local beach bay by the locals, is one of the favorite destinations of local residents of Los Cabos. The beach is generally ranked as one of the cleanest beaches in all of Mexico, and is located apart from most tourist destinations leaving it much less crowded. Chileno Bay also has some of the nicest amenities such as showers, equipment rentals, shade palms, a dive shop with soft drinks and snacks, and bathrooms). It is one of the few beaches in Los Cabos with services.
The waters are known to be quite calm and excellent for snorkeling, and the tide pools are definitely something to experience. Chileno Bay is also a great spot for whale watching during whale season in Cabo San Lucas. Chileno Bay is a flat and wide beach, making it perfect for walking or running. It also offers great opportunities for safe swimming and morning snorkeling.
If you would like to snorkel with more privacy during midday, then nead northeast or south for a less crowded area. Motorized water sports are banned at Chileno Bay, and the rocky coral reefs are parallel to the beach and complete with various fish, turtles, eels, invertebrates, sea urchins, sponges, starfish, and sea fan.
A Birding and Beach Getaway
The Estero de San José del Cabo, located at the southern tip of the peninsula of Baja California, In San Jose del Cabo, Mexico is the only freshwater coastal lagoon in the State of Baja California Sur. It has long been an important refuge for birds, other wildlife, and people. In 1994 it was designated a State Ecological Reserve. It is also recognized as an Important Bird Area in Mexico and a Sonoran Joint Venture Focus Area. The 1166 ha Reserve is surrounded by the town of San José del Cabo, agricultural lands, and many tourist developments, which pose challenging threats and obstacles to the estuary’s conservation and making it even more important to the region’s birds.
The Estero de San José del Cabo is a unique oasis in the arid environment of the Cape District and the largest remaining area of suitable habitat for the endemic and critically endangered Belding’s Yellowthroat. It is also an important wintering site for the endangered Least Bell’s Vireo, an important nesting site for the threatened Least Tern, and a stopover site in the migratory route of many waterbird and shorebird species. Other important bird species in the area include the endemic Gray Thrasher and Xantus’s Hummingbird, Virginia Rail, White-faced and White Ibis, Yellow-crowned and Black-crowned Night-Herons, Green Heron, Least and American Bitterns, Snowy and Wilson’s Plovers, and Gray Vireo.
Habitat: Freshwater marshes with reed beds including cattail, or tule, giant reed, fan palm, date palm, ragweed, and adjacent marshy growth.
Best Seasons to Visit: Year-round