Tequila Tacos & Cabo. There is nothing more majestic than having soft breezes blowing through your hair and no better way to experience Land’s End and the mystical Arch that on a Sunset Cruise.
After disembarking get ready to learn about the mystical history of Tequila that goes all the way to the Aztec and modern era, all this while tasting some of the best tequila produces in Mexico, International exportation.
Hungry? Prepare yourself to enjoy one of the most traditional dishes in Mexico, the TACO be witness why UNESCO added Mexican cuisine to its list of the world’s “intangible cultural heritage” TACO it’s a simple but delicious dinner.
After dinner you will be able to enjoy Cabo San Lucas nightlife if you are in the mood.
Taco History The history of the taco is really unknown.
Some says the word originates from the silver mines in Mexico in the 18th century, others claim tacos predate the arrival of the Spanish in Mexico in the 16th century.
Anthropologist’s say there is evidence-suggesting inhabitants of the lake region of the Valley of Mexico ate tacos filled with small fish.
A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling and is eaten without utensils and is accompanied by garnishes such as salsa, guacamole, cilantro, etc.
Tequila History Mayahuel was the Aztec goddess of Maguey, as well one of the protectors of fertility.
Maguey or Agave is a native plant from Mexico, it was also used to make mats, clothing, rope, paper & a nutrimental drink named pulque.
In 1600 the first tequila factory was established by Don Pedro Sanchez de tagle.
In 1996 Mexico signed an international agreement for all countries to recognize tequila as a product from only 5 regions of Mexico (Jalisco, Guanajuato, Michoacan, Nayarit & Tamaulipas).
In 1997 the European Union signed the Tequila Trade accord, recognizing Mexico as the sole producer of Tequila.
Sunset Cruise Our Sunset tour begin in the Cabo San Lucas Marina, glide around the Arch at Land’s End, the Sea Lion Colony and then onward to the Pacific side of the Baja Peninsula.
Sunset Cruise is also including a coastline tour where you will encounter a landscape with the perspective from the sea showcasing an abundance of residential areas and resorts.
The reason for the popularity for a Sunset Cruise aboard a catamaran is that each voyage is completely unique as aquatic life and sunsets never repeat themselves.
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