If you didn’t already know, the fifth edition of the “Flavors of Baja” festival was recently held in Miraflores near Cabo San Lucas. Also known as “Sabores de Baja,” the organic food festival was created to showcase authentic Baja Sur flavors. Despite the challenges local tourism industries have faced due to COVID, Mexico is working hard to provide a safe and fun place for people to visit from all around the world. In Baja, the local economy is doing well and visitors are once again flocking to the area’s beautiful beaches. The Sea of Cortez is an ideal place to enjoy a variety of water sports including snorkeling, paddle boarding, kitesurfing, scuba diving, and more. You should start planning a trip to Baja so you can participate in next year’s event. Keep reading more to learn about the recent food festival that is an annual event not to miss.

Flavors of Baja Event

Recently held on April 3rd, 2022, The Flavors of Baja event was held in the community of Miraflores and featured a variety of exhibitions that showcased the area’s diverse and delicious gastronomic scene. The Governor of Baja supported the event that is designed to support the local community by featuring a variety of plates and products that are commonly enjoyed in the area. The event seeked to promote local consumption and seasonal products by collaborating with regional producers. Each year, the event has also become a charitable cause by providing support to rural regions. Various stands were set up from local farmers and businesses offering samples of their products as well as products for sale, too. The success of the event not only helps the local community, but has become a tourist attraction as well which also helps support the local economy.

Popular Foods in CaboShrimp Tacos in Cabo San Lucas

If you’re wondering what are some of the authentic foods to try in Cabo, here is a list of some of the most popular foods to try. To start with, you must try a Mexican Chocolate Clam that gets their name because of the brown, chocolate color of their shiny shells. It’s difficult to find chocolate clams on the menu in other parts of the world due to strict export controls on this delicacy so definitely try them during your visit to Baja. Also, Shrimp and Fish Tacos are another popular dish in Baja. Baja fish tacos are usually made from crispy beer-battered cod tucked into corn tortillas, topped with a cabbage slaw and smoky chipotle sauce. Simply delicious! Chicken tamales and smoked Marlin tostadas are meaty and delicious local favorites, too. Last but not least, a dish called “comida de pobres” (or food of the poor) is seafood soup made with rice and beans and served with tortillas.

If you find yourself in Baja soon, check the local events calendar to see what kind of fun and interesting cultural events are going on. The recent “Sabores de Baja” food festival is an annual event not to miss if you end up visiting at the right time next year. If you’re looking for a second home in Mexico, Baja is a great choice. The area enjoys a pleasant dry climate, and beachfront real estate is affordable when compared to similar properties in other locations. Check out Villa La Estancia Los Cabos if you want a luxurious and maintenance-free home. We have a unique hotel-condo concept property that is ideal for people who want to enjoy resort amenities and premiere services at their vacation home. Contact us today to schedule a property tour. We can’t wait to show you our limited number of luxury beachfront residences still available for purchase.