Condo Rules & Suite Instruction Manual
For Suite 402 Villa 4 Only,
Tourist Tips, Restaurant & Fishing Info...
(Updated November 24, 2021)


For a concise copy set the print page set up so that the margines and top and bottom are at 0.25". This is found in 'File' - 'Page Setup' - you will see the margines table with left, right, top, bottom. These must be set at 0.25 for a correct printing of this document.

Suite WiFi:
1. Infinitum6435, key: 2984299460
2. LesTwarog, key: elzalate402wifi

Chiropractor 624-105-0746 (Makes Houses Calls)
Doctor Hugo Armanta 624-145-2929 (Makes House Calls)
Taxi Airport Pick-up (Dunes Tours & Travel) Aldo Perez 624-114-7102 (Cell) *** 624-146-0399 (Office)
Coral Baja Grocery Store 142-3939 (ext. 765)
Gail Christie Office 142-1195

(**) - Please Put 044 in front of 624 when dialing a Local Cell locally (eg. 044-624-157-1401)
This applies calling from a foreign cellphone or a Mexico land line to call a Mexico cell.
(Phone Number) eg. (157-1401) - denotes - Local Land Line calling locally

Suite Property Manager, Check In Contact Info & Owners Info

El Zalate – Property Manager - Nash Properties
Located in commercial section of El Zalate by Highway
back of building on the 2nd flr, end of hallway.
Gail Christy, Larry Nash and James Nash
Please try James first before trying any numbers below
James Nash 011-521-624-191-9141 – from the US or Cnd
624-191-9141 from Mexico
Email James Directly
[email protected] (Office email address) (Nash Website)
604-357-3317 (Gail Christy Vonage Office #)
011-52-624-(142-1195) - Gail Christie Office #
(office calling from Canada & USA)
142-1195 (Gail office calling locally)
011-52-624-(142-1964) - Gail Emerg Home #
142-1964 (Gail home & emergency Number)
011-521-(624-157-1401) - Gail Christy's cell (**)
(Gail cell calling locally)
011-521-(624-122-0683) - Larry Nash's cell (**)
(Larry Nash's cell calling from Canada or USA )
011-521-(624-191-9141) – James Nash cell (**)
011-52-624-(172-6568) - Ivalla Esperanza - Ass't to Nash
011-52-627-(177-7097) - Ivalla Cell
011-521-624-145-2023) Entique Garcia, Security Co. (**)
044-624-154-0770 Day Security Cirilo Rosales Lauro
044-624-166-1286 Nite Security Juan Zamorano

066 – Emergency works same for cell & land lines
011-521-(624-117-9381) – Local Police Daniel Rodrigus (**)
011-521-(624-146-1241) – Federal Police – Adriana Perez
146-7600 – (Ext 1009) City Hall – Foreign Residents Office

Office Mailing Address at El Zalate;
Nash Group Properties & Management
El Zalate Plaza Local #7,
Carretera Transpeninsular KM #29.5,
San Jose Del Cabo, BCS, Mexico, 23400

Canadian Office Mailing Add. for Pty. Mgr.
Nash Group Properties & Management
#117 - 720 - 6th Street
New Westminster, B.C.
Canada, V3L 3C5

Any fines associated to a tenant who does not adhere to the HOA rules and regulations will be passed on to the tenant

Owners Info:
El Zalate Villa 4
Les Twarog & Sonja Pedersen
Re/Max Crest Realty (Westside)
1428 W 7th Ave.,
Vancouver,BC, Canada V6H 1C1
604-671-7000 (Les)
604-805-1283 (Sonja)
[email protected]
[email protected]
778-786-8739 (suite Vonage number)
011-52-624-172-6431 (suite # from Can. or U.S.)
044-624-166-6887 (Cabo cell calling locally)
011-521-624-166-6887 (Cell calling from Can.)
172-6431 (Suite # calling locally)

Local & Long Distance telephone dialing;

Cancellations and Refunds:
When a booking is taken, full payment is required in U.S. funds. A refundable security deposit of $300 will be required on all properties. Reservations may be rescheduled anytime to another date up to twelve weeks prior to arrival. Rescheduling is subject to a $200 fee. Bookings are non-refundable but we can issue a credit for a future stay.

Airport Pick-up And Taxis

  • Taxi 1 - Dunes Tours & Travel - Highly Recommended - Airport pick-up and drop-off - Aldo Perez - 011-52-1624-114-7102 (Cell), 146 0399 (Tel)
    Click Here For Business Card
    - Trip Advisor

  • Taxi 2 - 624-121-8930 (Cell) 001-521-624-121-8930 (calling from US/Canadian Cell phone) - C/O Ricardo

  • Taxi 3 - 142-0770 (Office)
    001-52-624-142-0770 (calling from US or Canadian cell phone)

  • Taxi 4 - Taxi Los Cabos - 142-0580 -

Transportation – Taxies and Shuttles

-Aldo – Our recommended SUV Airport Transportation guy is $60 Each way (20 mins to El Zalate) Also Aldo speaks fluent English and will give you the latest Cabo Tourist update of what is happening.
-A private Taxi Flat Fee or rate is $55 from Airport to El Zalate Each Way (20 Mins to el zalate) Most Drivers speak very little English
-A Shuttle will cost you $10-$12 per person
– As soon as you leave the customs area, there will be a bunch of guys on the right side behind a counter, you can make arrangements there or when you get outside the terminal, there are more guys out there offering Shuttle Service (But Be careful – most of these guys will want to convince you to see a time share presentation and promise you a free ride to and from the airport – read the info in this to learn about the seedy Time Share business – Just say NO, I am not interested).
Once you do buy your Shuttle Ticket you may have to wait 30 minutes until they fill up the Shuttle Van, also you may be the 1st one off or the last one off the Shuttle
– If you are the first one, you will get to El Zalate in 30 minutes, If you are the last one, It can take up to two hours. Really, It is not worth all this hassle to save $30 in my opinion?
BTW – the current rate of exchange is 16 Pesos to one US Dollar (July 2015

New El Zalate Rules And Regulations For Owners And Guests

For your convenience, the owners of this condominium have attempted to provide you with everything necessary to make your stay enjoyable. We, at Nash Group Properties, want to be sure that you are completely satisfied. If something is lacking or not to your liking, please stop by our office in the El Zalate Plaza Local 7, Carretera Transpeninsular Km. 29 (2nd floor, at the end of the hall on the right looking from Villa 4 -  towards the highway) or call us at 142-1195 from local line 2. Your comments and critique are appreciated and help us to provide the very best of service to you and future vacationers. You can also Call the owners direct using the Vonage line (LINE 1) with any inquiries at 604-671-7000. Please ask for Les or leave a message with the answering service.

Line 1 - 778-786-8739 - Vonage Line for free calling to Canada & US (see tel. info below) - Access Voice Mail - star1234, password 123456. You can also activate the answering machine in the kitchen area to answer both Line 1 or the local Line 2 which will over ride the voice mail. The instruction manual is located in the second drawer of office desk below printer

Line 2 - 011-52-624-172-6431 from Canada & U.S. - Suite local Mexico Number on all telephones 172-6431 (calling # locally). If you have friends calling you in Cabo, all they need to dial is the 7 digit number “172-6431” Please note, when calling any cell phone in Cabo from the land line IE; 044-624-172-6431, there will be a charge of 50 cents per minute to the caller from the local land line. Please refrain from using the local telephone number to dialing local cell phones. If you do, we will charge it to your damage deposit.

Local Cell - 011-521-624-166-6887 - (personal & not available to guests)

066 - Emergency Number from local Land Lines (LINE 2) & cell phones (similar to 911)
911 - Emergency Number from LINE 1 – Vonage Line Only
*264 – Tel Cell Customer Service – calling from cell phone
*333 – Tel Cell access to load up more minutes from calling cards – calling from cell phone

Telephone Instructions From The Gringo Gazette - Click Here To Print Instuctions

Overview of Los Cabos from Destino Magazine

Los Cabos (the capes) is in the southern most tip of the State of Baja California Sur and consists of three main areas: Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo and the East Cape. In between, along the coast as well as inland, you will find smaller towns and points of interest such as Santiago and Miraflores.

If you look at the Baja Sur map you can see that the highways and towns form a loop. There are ongoing road improvements and new highway constructions, so getting from one place to another will only get easier. The new highway from Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos is impressively well done, making it only 45 minutes away.

Cabo San Lucas
Also just known as “Cabo”, is a tourist friendly town located on the tip of the Baja California peninsula that’s full of entertainment for every age and liking. You will find the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meeting at land’s end and the beautiful rock formations that create the famous Cabo arch. Cabo San Lucas has the liveliest beach in the Los Cabos area, an impressive marina and countless restaurants and bars that keep the town alive day and night.

The Corridor
A 40 Km highway that connects Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo (about a 25 minute drive). Along this road you can find various hotels, luxury ocean front homes, championship golf courses and beautiful views. Have your camera ready to snap some photos of the beautiful beaches and make a roadside stop at the Cabo Real arroyo for a refreshing coco frío (cold coconut).

San José del Cabo
Walking around San José will be more of a traditional Mexican town experience than Cabo San Lucas. You will find yourself surrounded by colorful buildings and quaint cobblestone streets that lead to the town’s picturesque zócalo (main plaza). Over the years, San José has become an artistic and cultural centre with numerous fine art galleries in its downtown art district. From November through June the popular “Art Walk” takes place every Thursday evening where the galleries welcome guests to view their exhibits, sip wine and dine at one of the five star restaurants. San José has a beautiful beach where you can take a horseback ride and explore the estuary that is home to many different bird species.

Todos Santos
Located on the Pacific Ocean side, Todos Santos is an oasis where artists and surfers flock to enjoy the culture and excellent surf. Home to the famous Hotel California, this charming town offers great restaurants and a cooler climate than Cabo San Lucas and San José due to the Pacific’s breezes.

La Paz
La Paz is the capital of the state of Baja California Sur and is known for its warm people and beautiful beaches. This authentic Mexican city (as well as the general south Baja region) has been rated as one of the safest in Mexico and still maintains the small town feel that is very welcoming for tourists. La Paz is a departure point for tours and charters to the stunning Espiritu Santo Island as well as whale watching excursions. Stroll down the colorful malecón (boardwalk), walk hundreds of feet in waist high water at Balandra beach or have a fine dining experience; La Paz has a lot to offer.

East Cape
People often call it “the old Cabo” because of its pristine beaches and small fishing towns such as Buena Vista and Los Barriles. The East Cape begins just east of San José and extends about 100 miles up the Sea of Cortez coast. 60 miles outside of San José is the Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park, an eight fingered coral reef that offers outstanding snorkelling and scuba diving. Very popular for fishing and surfing, the East Cape also attracts kite surfers and folks who just want to get away from it all. *

Please go to important dialing instructions below. The cordless phone in the kitchen has both the Vonage line & the Local land line. This phone can reach to about the middle of the pool side.

Cancellations and Refunds:
When a booking is taken, full payment is required in U.S. funds. A refundable security deposit of $300 will be required on all properties. Reservations may be rescheduled anytime up to twelve weeks prior to arrival. Rescheduling is subject to a $100 fee. Cancellations are non-refundable.

These premises were cleaned prior to your arrival and they will be thoroughly cleaned again on your departure. If you would like to have additional maid/cleaning service or laundry service during your stay, these can be provided by simply calling Nash Properties at 142-1195 (calling from local land line #2). Please do not hire the services of anyone that solicits you at the unit, as you do not know these individuals or their reputation. The typical extra charge for each clean is about $30. Please make direct arrangements with us at Nash Properties. If you were satisfied with the service the cleaners provided, tips would be appreciated upon your departure (we usually leave the cleaners $200 pesos – about $15 on the kitchen counter) The cleaners also appreciate any food that you did not use – you can leave it on the counter if you like instead of throwing it away. Any alcohol or wine that is in the fridge is also yours to use.

El Zalate has gone green in May 2012 - Our building has just implemented a re cycling program. We installed a dual garbage canister in the kitchen area – one is for regular garbage, the other is for plastic (garbage bags are in the pantry as well as two other bins – one for glass & one for cardboard. You can drop off your recyclables in an area behind the building next to the garage.

The suite gets dusty very quickly due to the proximity to the ocean. The owners have provided a host of cleaning products that are located in the entry closet. Please use wood wipes or pledge on all wood surfaces. Please use a wet cloth or Leather Wipes to wipe down leather on all couch surfaces, Stainless Steel Cleaner on all appliances, Granite Cleaner for all counters and Windex on outside patio table. Please do not use any cleaners on the TV monitors or computer monitor. The owners have supplied special Screen Cleaner that is located in the second drawer of the office desk. If you need to clean or wipe down the floors, there is also a bucket & a bunch of towel rags on the floor of the entry closet. The Swifter Duster works great on all surfaces & there are lots of refills. Please rinse all your dishes as the dishwasher does not have a garborator - you may need to clean out the filter area by doing a simply rinsing it out if the dishes are not getting thoroughly cleaned. The filter is located at the bottom of each drawer & slides out very easily.

Please dispose the garbage on a daily basis. The garbage bins are located behind Villa 4 to the right of the underground Parkade Entrance - please refer to area map. This is very important - otherwise you will get little ants appearing on the kitchen counters & sinks. They are attracted to food, so do not leave anything that is not sealed properly on the counters or in the kitchen area. There are a lot of Ziploc Bags in the 3rd drawer.

Extra towels are available under the beds in each bedroom. Beach towels are located in the top shelf of the entry closet. Please return all towels to the suite upon your departure. We will charge your account $50 for each towel that goes missing. (We lose 4-6 towels a year & it is a hassle to replace them). Please do not bring any glass bottles to the pool side - it is against the bylaws - security will confiscate them. We have provided plastic drinking & plastic wine glasses for your convenience.

Please note that if you found that the suite is clean and presentable, the cleaning staff appreciate tips (we suggest $200P). If you want daily cleaning service, sheet changed, floors mopped, dishes cleaned,, It is available at $25/day. If you would like a concierge to fill the fridge with groceries & alcohol - Nash properties can arrange that also.

If you were satisfied with the service the cleaners provided,
tips would be appreciated upon your departure.

Nash Properties also provides concierge service, weather you want to hire a chef, get your fridge supplied with food, give us a call 142-1195.

Our El Zalate Property Manager office is located in commercial section of the El Zalate Complex by the Highway at the back of the commercial building on the 2nd floor. The office is located at the end of the hallway next door to the Massage clinic and the gym. The key to the gym will be part of your keys that will be on the counter. The home owner's manual is located in the drawer next to the wine cooler.
Our Property Manager contact Info for our suite, please call them if you need any assistance. You can also call me directly in Vancouver at 604-671-7000 or text me at 604-561-7433

The owners have subscribed to Star Choice Satellite TV Service.  You will have approximately 300 channels at your disposal. You will be able to view most channels in the 300-400 range (HD channels are below 300). The US Channels are from the
Seattle area & are located between channels 381-390. Also the specialty news channels like CNN & Headline News are between 500-510 range. Please refer to the channel list directory in this manual or please locate an additional copy of the directory located in the living room stereo stand drawer. To turn on the TV please use the Star Choice remote by pressing TV, then Power button, then press Satellite button & then change the channels.  Make sure you are on Video 1 in bedrooms & Component 1 in living room Sony TV’s at all times, and the green light is "on" on the Star Choice receiver in bedrooms. If you press the TV button & try to change channels, you will click off Video 1 or Component 1 & will not be able to watch anything. You must go back to the “TV” mode, change your selection to “Video 1” or "Component 1", using the Sony Remote or use the Star Choice remote & click on the source button that is located under the #7 button to switch back to Video 1, then press the Satellite button on the star choice remote to change the channels. This remote is also used to adjust the volume. If there is no TV signal, most likely the Star Choice receiver is off.

The Master Bedroom 40 inch LCD TV is new (Nov. 2012) it is internet ready. It can access Netflix, Youtube videos, Skype, Internet Explorer and many other features. you can even hook up your Smartphone to it or you can also connect it to your laptop thru any of its 3 HDMI inputs - You must be connected to "HDMI-1" to watch Sat. TV. If you are connected to any other source, you will not get a TV signal. Use the TV remote to surf the internet.

For those people that want to be "connected" the homeowners have left a Telcell Mexican Cellular phone and charger for your use. The phone is located in the 1st drawer under the printer. All you have to do is go to the Mega Store 3 blocks away and buy a sim card and load it up with minutes. you can get 100, 200 & 500 peso cards ($10, $20 & $50). the cashier can load up extra minutes by simply providing a tel cell phone number if you want to add more minutes or you can go to any TelCell kiosk to pick up the pre paid cards. NOTE, to make local calls its about 25 cents a minute, to make calls to Canada, its about 75 cents. If somebody calls you locally or from Canada, they pay for the call & it does not cost you anything (the caller pays for the call - receiving a call is free).

Please Note: All receivers receive HD channels. HD Movie Channels are; #283, #296 & #297. We also have a DVR in the master bedroom – instructions are in the nite table. Make sure the TV is set on Channel #3. To play a DVD, you must change your selection to "Video 3".

For your convenience, we have included 10 - 15 movies that are located in the right hand drawer of the TV stand in the living room.

NOTE: The Channels in white are not accessible

*** Shaw Direct Channels for suite 402 - PDF Form

Wireless Connectivity & Hard Wire Internet Access;
Your suite is hooked up with a TELMEX Broadband Wireless Router. (Infinitum Modem Model # - 227EB7 – WIFI Key # BF168F30** Call owner for last two letters )You can also get a HARD WIRE connection from 3 locations in the suite including 2nd bedroom under the Computer monitor, the living room – behind the flat screen TV & the master bedroom – behind the dresser. Long Cat 5 Network Cables (50' & 100') are located in the office desk and/or behind the living room TV.

If you experience no internet connection (Another way to check is checking if line 1 works) then please reset the white Telmex Modem & the Vonage Modem which are located underneath the Master Bedroom Dresser. Slide out the right side of the dresser, pull out the power cord from the white Telmex Modem, wait 30 seconds and then hook the power back up. Wait 5 minutes and check if you have internet. If you have internet but not Vonage phone, then pull the power cord for the Vonage box, wait 30 seconds & hook it back up – check if you have a dial tone.

NOTE: In the past month, we have had numerous complaints that the internet was not working in a unit but the telephone was okay. All of these problems have been reported to Telmex. Recently, the number of complaints has escalated. Today we learned a new trick to help solve the problem. In the past, we have told people to unplug the electrical cord to the modem and then plug it back in. Recently, this has not done the job with the new type of modems. Today, Telmex told us if the unplug/plug in does not work, to press the reset button on the back of the modem and hold it in for 20 seconds. This has worked to get internet reception back, to redo the password for a modem and other things.

If not then call our property manager from line 2 142-1195 or call us from line 2 at 001-604-671-7000.

Telmex Modem to access internet and Vonage line one telephone modem;
Please note, from time to time, the internet connection goes down for either device, if that happens, please unplug the power cable for the device that is possibly causing the problem and plug it in 15 seconds later. If that does not resolve your problem please call Les Twarog at 604-671-7000. The TelMex modems and Vonage Modem are located in the master bedroom bottom right drawer.

For those people that want to be "Connected" the homeowners have left a Telcell Mexican Cellular phone and charger for your use (Guest Temporary Cell Number 011-521-624-117-8308). The phone is located in the 1st drawer under the printer. All you have to do is go to the Mega Store 3 blocks away and buy a sim card and load it up with minutes. You can get 100, 200 & 500 peso cards ($10,$20 & $50) The cashier can load up extra minutes by simply providing a tel cell phone number, if you want to add more minutes or you can go to any Tel Cell kiosk to pick up the pre paid cards. Note, to make local calls its about 25 cents a minute, to make calls to Canada, its about 75 cents. If somebody calls you locally or from Canada - they pay for the call & it does not cost you any thing (The caller pays for the call - receiving a call is free).

Computer in the Suite
The Owners have provided a computer for the Guest’s use that is located in the 2nd bedroom. (Windows XP Professional operating system). If you do not plan to bring your laptop with you, you are more than welcome to use it. It has the latest Norton Anti Virus subscription & updates & Adobe Acrobat 5 Reader/Writer program.. If you are sensitive to noise, we suggest you turn it off nightly (there is a slight hum). There is no password required, user name: "guest or visitor"; and press enter. To turn the computer off, please follow the shut down procedure to protect the hard drive. To shut down please click 'start' button in the bottom left corner and click shut down, in the pop up window, select shut down and press OK. If you want to use the 24” monitor with your laptop, simply un plug the monitor connector of the computer then use the monitor connector that is located in the 2nd drawer of the desk. Please note, when plugging the monitor cable back to the the computer, please use the lower Video Card of the computer. (This computer has 2 video cards)

2nd Bedroom electronics;
Please do not unplug any electronics under the computer desk. You may turn off the computer itself and turn off the speakers but do not unplug any other devices.
For the Computer that is in the 2nd Bedroom, the login Passwords are; User; guest / Password; leave blank (no password is required) We have the printer drivers to our "Brother MFC 7440N" Printer on a USB memory stick in the drawer underneath the printer & also on a CD Rom that is also underneath the printer in the 1st Drawer. You can print from your laptop wirelessly with no problem as long as you install the drivers before hand

Batteries for suite electronics are located in a plastic bag in the bottom kitchen drawer. If you need to use any of the batteries, please replace with new ones of the same type.

Bedrooms, Sleeping arrangements;
Master Bedroom has a King Size Bed. The 2nd Bedroom has a Queen Size Bed. All linens are 600 thread count & pillows are 100% down filled. There are also 2 non down pillows in the closet in master bedroom for those guests that have allergies to down. There are also 2 folding single beds (cots) in storage. Please click this link to view a sample bed. If you need both of these beds for your kids, please let us know ahead of time. Call us at 142-1195 locally or from U.S. or Canada 011-52-624-142-1195.

* Each room has it's own luggage racks, please refrain from putting your luggage on the clean white bed spreads, there have been instances where guests put their luggage on the bed that had grease on them. We had to replace the bed spreads and charged the replacement to the guest

The Master Bedroom 40 inch LCD TV is Brand New (Nov 2012) is internet ready. It can access Netflix, Youtube Videos, Skype, Internet Explorer and many other features. You can even hook up your Smartphone to it or you can also connect it to your laptop thru any of its 3 HDMI inputs â?" You must be connected to "HDMI-1" to watch Sat TV. If you are connected to any other source, you will not get a TV signal. Use the TV remote to surf the internet.

A safe that can accommodate up to a 15 inch laptop is located in the master bedroom closet of the suite. To program your own temporary code just open the safe door, on the inside of the door press the button inside the hole, then enter your own 4-10 digit personal code, then press the # button on the keypad and your code will be set and will over ride the previous guests code.
To open the safe, press * (star button), enter your new personal code that you just set up, then press the # (Pound Button) and twist the handle counter clockwise to close, clockwise to open.
Please leave the safe door open for the next guest.
There is a 2nd safe on the closet shelf of the 2nd bedroom. Instructions are on the safe door.

There are an assortment of games available in the in the stereo cabinet including Scrabble, 2 Crib Boards, 3 sets of cards & a Dominos set.

The state of the art Kitchen Aid dishwasher has 2 drawers that can be run independently. This dishwasher does mot have a garborator - Please rinse all dishes before loading them in the dishwasher. Use it like you would at home. The powdered "FINISH" detergent is located underneath the sink or in the entry closet.

Water Purification:
We Used to drink the city water for 3 years & all was good. But as a precaution, we installed a purifier to the water intake pipe going into our condo. So even the toilet water is purified. We also have a 2nd purifier under the sink for the sink water dispenser. There is a 3rd water purifier in the fridge for the water dispenser & ice cubes. So basically if you are really concerned – use the fridge water that is triple purified.

Hot Water Tank;
During stormy times and/or windy days the hot water tank pilot light sometimes goes out. The hot water tank is located at the left end of the hallway as you are walking out of the suite. If you notice that you do not have any hot water - this will be the reason. We have several barbeque lighters in the suite. Please re-light the pilot light or call management to do it for you. Do not turn the water temperature setting above 2/3 or the tank will blow.

Screen Doors;
Please close all patio doors after 5 PM & use the screen doors when using the patio. Sometimes - depending on temperature & humidity there may be a small mosquito problem. As long as you stay on top of these instructions you will be OK. There is a electronic Mosquito Zapper in the 2nd bedroom closet for your convenience. 
NOTE: If you like any of our screen door magnets, they are for sale - just give us a call.

AC in the suite;
Please note, electricity is very expensive in Mexico, please be cautious in turning off the AC when not needed. If left on all the time, it can cost $30-$40 per day. Also please note: The AC only works when all the patio doors are closed + there is a 5-10 minute delay once the instruction is sent to the AC unit from the thermostat

Instruction Manuals;
All Appliance instruction manuals for the appliances are above the micro wave oven & the Computer manuals & software driver disks are in the bottom drawer of the office desk. The suite manual is located in the kitchen drawer by the telephone. The coffee machine uses #4 Melita cone filters.

Keys to suite & Gym Location & key
You do not need a key to gain initial access to the suite. All you need is a suite code that will be given to you by us. Please contact us at 011-52-624-142-1195 by phone or email us at [email protected] before your arrival for this code. The code operates only the lower lock. There will also be 2 sets of keys sitting on the kitchen counter upon your arrival. The sets will contain the upper lock dead bolt key & a gym key. Please leave these keys on the counter when departing at the end of your stay. If you are planning to leave for an extended time it is suggested you lock the upper dead bolt The Gym is located two doors down form our Nash Group office on the 2nd floor of the commercial section of El Zalate. The 3rd floor level is where the Mi Ensalata restaurant is located (Highway level & entrance to El Zalate complex)

Tennis Court;
There is no tennis court at this location for now. The developer promised a tennis court in the future. If you need to play tennis, we have 2 tennis rackets & balls in the 2nd bedroom closet. The complex next door at Coral Baja has a tennis court. Most of the times it is not used. If you want to take a chance, sneak in & use it. You have nothing to lose. What happens in
Mexico, stays in Mexico?

This property has ample open parking at the back of the property (50 stalls) for those of you that will be renting a car.

Luggage Stands;
Each room has it's own luggage racks, please refrain from putting your luggage on the clean white bed spreads, there have been instances where guests put their luggage on the bed that had grease on them. We had to replace the bed spreads and charged the replacement to the guest

Chair Noise;
When moving the kitchen stools or the patio chairs outside on the deck, please be courteous and pick them up - sound travels, we have had many complaints from the neighbour below.

Kitchen Window - Security;
Please close the kitchen sliding window & put in the wooden dowel & close the blind when leaving the suite. This is the most un secure part of the suite. Your cooperation is much appreciated.

Any alcohol that is left in the cupboard to the right of the stove is for your use & also any wine in the wine fridge and any beer in the fridge is yours to use. All condiments in the fridge and spices, chips etc. are also for your use.

Check Out Time;
Check out time for this suite is
11:00 AM. If your flight is later in the day & there is no guest checking in after you, we will work with you to accommodate your request. Please check ahead of time if this request is needed. When checking out, please leave the same sets of keys on the counter and lock the door behind you. Make sure the kitchen blind is closed and the kitchen window dowel is inserted to prevent a break in.


Unfortunately, there have to be a few rules set to ensure that everyone has a safe and happy holiday. Please read and follow the following rules and hints:

  • No glass objects near the swimming pool. Please use plastic glasses provided
  • Do not dispose of foreign objects, including tampons, napkins and latex devices, in the toilet. The sewer systems are very sensitive. A waste can is provided.
  • Please conserve electricity, it is expensive and precious. In the summer time the electricity bill could be as high as $500 (mostly because of AC use) Please turn off fans and lights when you are out. Please close all doors and windows when using air-conditioner. Please turn off A/C when you are out.
  • Please conserve water, our most precious resource.
  • Please only use American Dishwashing powders or liquids in dishwasher. Mexican detergents foam and cause flooding problems.
  • The kitchen sink garbage disposal is sensitive. Please do not put large pieces of meat or any shells down the drain. Please run cold water when running the machine. When starting up the dishwasher, please run the garbage disposal and water for a couple of minutes.
  • Please dispose of your garbage on a daily basis.
  • Please do not hang towels or laundry on the balcony railings.
  • Renters are not allowed pets in the unit.

WARNING - Bringing down more than one carton of cigarettes:
Mexico has really clamped down on people bringing more than one carton of cigarettes to Mexico. be aware that if you do, you will be charged up to 534% duty - there is no typo here - that is correct - 534% - so one carton that costs $100 will cost you $500 duty - a lot of times you can negotiate down to $200 - you will be hauled down to a special room and it will take one hour of your time. An option is give an extra carton to somebody sitting next to you to bring it in for you.

Mexican pesos and U.S. dollars are both accepted currencies in the Los Cabos area. The Mexican peso has recently been devalued as compared to the U.S. dollar and the exchange rate is approximately 10.5 pesos to the dollar.

Other currencies and travellers cheques can be exchanged at banks that can be found throughout the Los Cabos area. You will get the best exchange rate at the banks, however there can be long line-ups and they sometimes only cash travellers cheques in the morning. The American Express office near the HSBC Bank in San Jose del Cabo also has good exchange rates. Please ask us for information on current exchange rates or a bank location near to your daily travels.

Most banks in
San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas have Automated Teller Machines that can be used to access your own bank account. Money from these machines is obtained in Mexican Pesos at the daily exchange rates from the bank. Often the maximum that you can withdraw per transaction is 5000 pesos ($500) - there are 2 bank machines across the highway where applebees restaurant is located, however you may withdraw this amount several times up to your daily limit.

Please note: We have found the use of ATM's preferable to carrying large amounts of cash or travellers cheques. However, depending on the bank plan that you have with your individual bank, there may be a large service charge as this is considered an International Transaction. These fees usually run between $3 - $12 per transaction on a $500 withdrawal This is a general rule but is not always the case

The acceptance of credit cards in the Los Cabos area is not as widespread as you may encounter at home. We have found that American Express is most widely accepted in San Jose del Cabo, whereas VISA and American Express seem to be more accepted in Cabo San Lucas. If you plan to use your credit card for your purchase, please check with the restaurant or store as to which cards they accept.

BE AWARE: THERE IS A 4% SERVICE CHARGE ON THE VISA by some merchants unless you pay cash

Directions to get to El Zalate & Car Rental & Transportation Info
Car rental agencies, including Dollar, Thrifty, National, Hertz, Avis, Budget and Advantage, are available at the San Jose del Cabo Airport. We recommend that you book the car from your home on the internet as the rates will normally be better. If you only want a car for part of your stay, there are offices for Dollar, Thrifty and National on the highway and Advantage and National downtown. We would be happy to arrange a car rental for you or your travel agent can also assist. There is a rental office at the Coral Baja office next door. Please note, if you pick up a car at the airport, you will be charged a 10% Airport pick up tax. If you pick up a car outside the airport, you will not be charged a 10% tax. It may be better taking a shuttle to the El Zalate complex (Approx $11/person/way) & renting a car in San Jose or at Coral Baja complex next door if you plan to rent a car for a long term. (Car Rental Info) The tickets to the Shuttle Busses can be picked up at a booth right behind the luggage Carousels. If you do rent a car, check with your gold card supplier. A lot of the companies will insure you for collision but not for liability. Full insurance costs approximately $26/day, while liability costs $9/day. If you use your gold card for collision, it is recommended that get the $9/day liability package. Please note: Discount car rentals are often offered by time share sellers as incentive to attend their presentations. These offers are legitimate, but you must be prepared to sit through a 2-3 hour high-pressured presentation. See below. If you do rent a car, it is suggested that you take the toll highway when you leave the airport. When coming out of the car rental location, turn left or follow the signs describing “Zona Hotelera” or ask for directions on how to get to the toll highway. The cost is approximately $2.50 US. Or 28 Pesos. The toll booths do not have change for over $20US so please have exact change. When you arrive at the end of the toll highway – about 15 minute drive – you will see the “Mega” grocery store in front of you, at that intersection, you could go straight, turn left or turn right, Please turn right & drive 1-2 miles. When you pass the "Dominos Pizza and Subway" sign on the left side of the highway, If you are arriving before 6 PM, go past the La Jolla Condominium Complex turn off (on right side), stay on the highway and take the next turn off (you will see a highway sign showing a turn around), go under the highway and turn back onto the highway in the opposite direction you were travelling. This will take you to the El Zalate Entrance, which is about 2 blocks away. See maps below. If you arrive after 6 PM, then use a short cut by turning into the La Jolla turn off to get back to the highway - but only after 6 PM (the La Jolla security guard books off at 6 PM).

Pictures Showing Highway Turnoff To Get To El Zalate

Driveway Entrance
To El Zalate
Off Highway

Driveway to Highway

El Zalate Emergency
Medical Centre By

Dream Homes
Real Estate On
Other Side Of Enctrane

Down Ramp To El Zalate, Looking At Villa 4

El Zalate Down Ramp & Parkade Entrance
Advantage Car Rental Website - If you book with Advantage, you can make the reservation without a guaranteed charge to your credit card, where as if you book through Expedia, you need to pay up front for the rental with your credit card. BE CAREFUL" when filling up with gas, all gas stations have workers that will fill your tank, do not give the money before the gas jockey fills up, they tend to rip off tourists - IE you give the gas jockey 500 pesos ($50US) he will tell you you gave him $50 pesos ($5US)

Rent a Car thru rental

AirPort Time Share Sales - Beware!!
As soon as you arrive at the airport & pick up your luggage, you will get accosted with dozens of time share sales people. They will all try to help you if you look lost. If you are not interested just go past all these guys to the out side of the airport & get a shuttle to the car rental company. The shuttles come by every 10 minutes. They are all located within 2-3 blocks of the airport.

If you are interested to see a time share presentation, these sales people will offer you 3 days of car rental & cash & more. Its all negotiable. They get paid by the time share company to bring you there. We have gone to many of these presentations. These sales people are very pushy. If you want to waste 3-6 hours of your day, go for it. Personally I would not do it. If you really want to experience a time share, there are 2 that I want to recommend. Pueblo Bonito Sunset in Cabo San Lucas & Grand Mayan Resort in San Jose. Both are spectacular. After the 2-3 hour presentation the sales people will really try to close you for another 2 hours, just say no from the beginning & pick up your cash, gift & car rental voucher & leave.

Get familiar with the area with Gringo Gazette + USA TODAY store in San Jose;
If you need to know a little more of what is going on in the area, Go to Gringo Gazette on line version at – user; lestwarog // password (call Les for a password) This newspaper is available all over Los Cabos & is a English Version Newspaper for this area. It is loaded with information & is a nice read before arriving to the area. Print out the latest version & take it with you on the plane. If you like, we have also compiled some articles that may be of interest & good reading , go to If you need to know what is happening at home,
USA TODAY is delivered at 5 PM daily to BOOKS BOOKS book store which is located across the street from Tropicana Restaurant in San Jose.

It is beneficial to know a little Spanish for your visit, however you will find the Mexican people very helpful even if they only speak Spanish. A Spanish translation dictionary and a phrase book may be smart purchases


Transportation to and from the San Jose del Cabo airport is available by taxi and airport shuttle. The cost is approximately $50-$70 US for a taxi from the airport to your unit and approximately $11 US per person for the shuttle. It may be better taking a shuttle to the El Zalate complex (Approx $11/person/way) & renting a car in San Jose or at Coral Baja if you plan to rent a car for a long term. The tickets to the Shuttle Busses can be picked up at a booth right behind the luggage Carrousels.

Airport Pick-up And Taxis

  • Taxi Company – Airport Pick Up - Shuttles
    For Private VIP SUV Airport Pickup ($60+tip) contact Aldo Perez ahead of time from Dunes Tours and Travel at 011-521-624-114-7102 © or [email protected] Aldo is the owner/operator of the business and speaks English and can arrange your pick up and can provide you with any tourist travel needs. FYI a Taxi cab is $50, using Aldo is a much better option especially if you have a lot of luggage – we use him all the time.

  • Taxi 1 - 624-121-8930 (Cell) 001-521-624-121-8930 (calling from US/Canadian Cell phone) - C/O Ricardo

  • Taxi 2 - 142-0770 (Office)
    001-52-624-142-0770 (calling from US or Canadian cell phone)

  • Taxi 3 - Taxi Los Cabos - 142-0580 -

  • Airport Shuttle Service to El Zalate – There are shuttle busses at the airport that can take you to El Zalate at $12-$15/person per way. You do not have to make any reservations. There are 3-4 companies doing this, just check and get the rate from the many drivers that are at curbside.

The selection of restaurants in the Los Cabos area is excellent. You have your choice of a romantic dinner for two at an elegant world class restaurant, a party atmosphere at a Mexican cantina, or pizza or hamburgers at an open-air restaurant. We have found the quality of the food and the cleanliness in food preparation to be very good. Please see the Restaurant Information for some ideas. There are also restaurant guides and newspapers to help you with your choice. We have rated a few of our favorites with one to 5 stars. See below.

The Los Cabos area has an abundance of shops that should provide all of the essentials for your stay, as well as souvenirs or goods for your trip home. You will only encounter bartering at some of the souvenir shops and with the vendors that you may encounter at the beach. Otherwise, most shops have set prices for their goods.

There are several supermarkets and minimarkets where you can purchase food and drinks for your stay. We will review the location of these with you during the orientation.



1. TRADER DICK’S – On highway, in front of Coral Baja Resort
Small grocery store. Good sandwiches for fishing. Good selection of wines. Expensive.

2. MEGA (Commercial Mexicana) – At the blue Fonatur monument on the main highway. Mega is also at the entrance to the toll highway to & from the airport.

Large new grocery store with other items including furniture, linens, appliances and pharmacy. Large fruit and vegetable section. Good meat and fish sections. Good deli & prepared foods section but get there early in the day for fresh product. Good prices on liquor. Large bakery department. Mexican & American brands.

3. SUPER LEY – At the corner of Valerio Gonzalez behind Waldo’s (first stoplight on highway from Cabo San Lucas to San Jose del Cabo).

Groceries only but good prices. Brand new. Mexican brands.

4. MUNICIPAL MARKET – On Coronado, just off the highway. Fish markets have good fish. Fruit & vegetable stores have god produce (nice ripe Roma tomatoes & Russet potatoes).

5. SORIANNAS – On highway across from the Police Station. Another good large supermarket with good selection and good prices. Mexican brands. Specialty areas are very good for prepared foods, bakery, deli and liquor. Not as impressed with fish section.

6. LIZARRAGA – On highway in Santa Rosa. Vegetable and fruit market.

7. SUPER PLAZA ARAMBURO – On highway in Zacatal. Large supermarket with American & Mexican brands of products. Older and a little more expensive than MEGA or Soriannas.


8. LA EUROPEA – On highway across from Punta Ballena. Use lateral road. Large liquor store and good deli. Prices are reasonable.

9. COSTCO – On highway, across from Misiones del Cabo. Use lateral road. Just like at home. Membership card required. (near KM#5)

10. CITY CLUB – In Cabo at Chevrolet dealer. Use lateral road to make left turn. Similar to COSTCO. Membership required. You can get a temporary 1 day membership for free, it takes 5 minutes.

11. ARAMBURO – In Cabo, across from Hard Rock Café. Large supermarket with American & Mexican brands.

12. C.C.C. – On Todos Santos highway, just after Pemex station. Large supermarket with good selection of fruits & vegetable. Good meat & deli section. American & Mexican brands.

13. SORIANNAS – On Todos Santos highway, after C.C.C. Same as San Jose del Cabo store. (past the downtown San Jose turn off).

14. Tienda 17Consignment Store Steve Barry 624-122-4869 (Cell)
[email protected]
Open Monday - Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Consignment Agreement


Alexander's Restaurant
Downtown Cabo - On the Cabo Marina boardwalk

Phone U.S.A. 01152 (624) 143 2022, while in Cabo 143 2022
Swiss Chef Alex Brulhart has been turning out appealing international cuisine at his Alexander's Restaurant for seven years. The specialty is fondue (cheese, beef and seafood) and the Hang Beef.
In my opinion, this is the best dinner on the Marina - it is a must try!!

Applebees on the 4-lane highway (Across The Street From Coral Baja)
San Jose -

Great food, entrees $10-15. 2 blocks from El Zalate going toward the airport.
Small strip mall also contains Scotia Bank and Office Max.

Baja Brewing Company
(San Jose (in Art District))

Morelos # 1277 Col. Centro CP 23400 146-9995 (reservations) [email protected] Next to Baan Thai in the Art District of San Jose Del Cabo Hours: Noon until 2:00 am daily Happy Hour: 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm daily Live Music weekly, Offering international pub fare with a strong local influence. Burgers, onion rings, pizzas, steaks, seafood, Sheppard's pie, fresh salads, best french fries in Los Cabos and much much more. Featuring eight styles of beer made on premises -- made right here in Los Cabos ---"Hecho in Los Cabos" The only brewery and brewpub in all of Los Cabos. Featuring "Hecho en Los Cabos" Cabotella. "Cabo in every bottle!!"

Buzzards Bay Cantina
624.141.0098 Cantina
858.427.3636 US Line
BUZZARDS BAY CANTINA is the GO TO PLACE in Buena Vista for incredible food, awesome drinks, music, and friendly atmosphere.

Cabo Del Sol - KM#10 on the highway.
There are no signs to the resort until you get too close to the turnoff which most likely will be too late. Once you get to the turn off without missing it, after taking the turnoff, turn left at the top of the hill, go over the over pass, go straight down to the bottom of the hill, turn right at the end of the road, then go 500 meters and turn right at the club de gold club house, then you have arrived – Awesome resort!!!, you must do this!! Sunday Brunch
145-6300 Ext. 2160 Best Brunch in Cabo - $45/person - reservations call one day before ask for Felix Delu 624-191-0077 (Cell)
Cabo Del Sol Development

Casa Natalia Hotel “Mi Cocina” Restaurant in San Jose
Open concept restaurant with tall palm trees. Great food and vary expensive.
[email protected]
Read The Review in the Gringo Gazette

Cynthia's Restaurant - (Behind Mega Grocery Store)


KM 30 at Plaza Caracol, San José del Cabo
(Local Call Cell)
011.521.624.155.5874 (Calling from Canada or U.S. Cell)
Mexican food with a fresh twist. Open for lunch & dinner. Moderate to expensive.
[email protected]

Dinner In The Sky
Transpeninsular, Los Cabos, B.C.S.
624-129-6145 / 624-144-5062
Restaurant Brochure




El Chilar
Downtown area, on Juarez just west of the Telmex tower. Excellent Mexican continental cuisine. Moderate.

Don Sanchez Cantina Restaurante
(San Jose del Cabo Downtown)

Blvd. Mijares s/n Edificio Eclipse, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
Comments; We wanted to have a nice dinner off the resort and decided to head into Don Sanchez. I am so glad we did, it was awesome! I wanted some authentic Mexican food and I got it here. I really liked the fun atmosphere in there, very relaxed and great service. Drinks are so good as well. Be prepared to eat!...

Flora Farms
(San Jose del Cabo)

Flora Farm is a ten-acre organic farm in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. Floras Field kitchen is about handmade food using our farm fresh ingredients. Our goal is to create a healthy family meal with a sense of place.
For farm living & Tours Ana Rojo, For events and celebrations Erika Kroll, For their website
The sausage sandwich is really good and the fresh cinnamon buns are the best in Cabo To get there go Puarto Los Cabos on the way to Buzzards – when you reach a cement factory on your right side, take a left on the dirt road for about 1 KM & follow the signs – Its like an oasis. They are also selling detached homes on the farm & have a small gallery - this is a must stop. Click Here For Map And Directions

French Riviera Bakery & Cafe
(San Jose del Cabo)

Baja California Sur 23400, Mexico 142-3380 / 142-3351 [email protected] If you are looking for the best crepes in San Jose - this is it. Our favorite are Strawberry Crepes. They also have great breakfasts and a wide assortment of pastries. They have the best cinnamon buns in Cabo. All made on site - you can view the bakers do their thing right in front of you. They have 2 locations - one at KM 6.5 & one in San Jose. We always go to San Jose, never tried the other location. Please also note that they ad 15% tip to every bill.

San Jose - next to HSBC, Dominos, bakery & coinamatic. In the Bital plaza in front of Laguna Vista Condos. Lunch and dinner with a Mexican bistro flair. Moderate.
Blvd. Mijares s/n. Plaza Misiones
+(624) 142-2626
See Website For Reservations

Hilton Hotel Brunch - Everyday - on the strip
On the four lane highway approx KM #19.5 - Tourist Corridor (See map below)

Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort
Carretera Transp. Km. 19.5, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico 23447 Tel: 52-624-145-6500 Fax: 52-624-145-6530 4 Diamond Hotel, has a really great brunch daily from 7AM. The cost is about $25 per person. We recommend you sit outside - great view of the infinity pools & ocean beyond. Check out the dinner menu at the restaurant below

La Dolce *****
San Jose - Downtown San Jose across from the main church

Good pasta and pizzas. Reasonable prices. The people are very nice, too. Phone Number 142-6621 in San Jose. They have 2 locations - other location in San Jose del Cabo 143-4122. When visiting the San Jose location, you must check out the back open courtyard part of the restaurant, just by walking by & looking at the front section does not give it justice. Owners name is Juan.

La Panga

On Zaragoza across from the cathedral. Nice seafood.

Mama Mia** Next door at Coral Baja Resort On The Beach
San Jose 142-3939

Great Breakfasts for $5, great club houses & BLT's for $5, 1 minute walk from the condo, different theme nights with music every night, dinners are OK, check it out. Dinners are marginal -& would not recommend

One & Only Palmilla - San Jose Del Cabo - "The one & only Lounge"
On the four Lane Strip Tourist Corridor (See map below)
Location: Km. 26 carretera Transpeninsular SJC - CSL, San José del Cabo, B.C.S. Mexico CP 23400 Phone: (624) 146-7000; Fax: (624) 146-7001
Five Star Luxury Hotel
Los Cabos Hotel Guide
You must make reservations to go to the restaurant or the bar at 624 146-7000; We call this hotel "The Once & Only" It is a must try venue but very expensive. I glass of wine will set you back $20. We never come down for dinner but come down only drinks usually around 5 PM to watch the sun go down & the gas torches go up. The bar & restaurant overlooks the pools & has spectacular views of the rocks & surf. Upon arriving through the windy road - you will pass through a check point, just tell them that you are going to the bar for drinks & have a reservation. You will then be greeted by a Valet to park your car. Then walk through the Hotel down to the restaurant/bar. They have nightly jaz music. Tips are included with the drink cost.

Pueblo Bonito Sunset Sunday Brunch******
Cabo San Lucas - on the Pacific side of Cabo behind Pedigral

If you want to experience the best Sunday Brunch in the world, this is a must try. The cost is $40US per person, you have to phone one day in advance for reservations. It is located on the Pacific side of Cabo – about 30 min drive from the condo. Phone number 142-9941 from the room - Ask for Lanow Restaurant The restaurant is called Lenau. When driving to the resort going up the hill of the windy road you have to take a left turn when you see sign "Ritz Carlton" or "Pablo Bonito Sunset". (there are 2 separate signs)
Location of the Publo Bonito Sunset Hotel inclucing driving instructions

Sardina Cantina - Seafood Bar & Grill - San Jose del Cabo
On the Four Lane in front of Coral Baja Resort
Restaurant Menu
e-mail: [email protected]

Sunset Da Mona Lisa *****

Sunset at Mona Lisa (Italian) - KM#6 Outside Cabo San Lucas
This is a must see & do restaurant that is on many multi levels overlooking the arches. You must get there not later than 5 PM to get good seats

Sunset Da Mona Lisa additional pictures

Our unique location on the tip of the bay of Cabo San Lucas has breath-taking views of the ocean and the arch. Join us for Sunset cocktails and class Seafood Italian style culinary experience.
Sunset Da Mona Lisa is located on the opposite side of the bay and overlooks the magnificent arch that divides the Pacific Ocean from the Sea of Cortes.
This place is a landmark for the city of Cabo San Lucas. Enjoy sunset drinks on the terrace facing the sea, a romantic candlelight dinner for two or a magnificent event. You will feel that any occasion here at Sunset Da Mona Lisa is a unique experience. We look forward serving you fresh Seafood Italian style in Cabo San Lucas

Events RSVP Online: Event Booking Inquiry
Events RSVP email: [email protected]
Make Dining Reservations by Phone or Online:
Dining RSVP Line 1: + 52 624 145 81 60
Dining RSVP Line 2: + 52 624 145 81 66
Address: Sunset da Mona Lisa, Transpeninsular 6KM, Missiones Del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, B.C.S. 23410


Downtown, one-half block up Manual Doblado from Mijares (near city hall). Beautiful courtyard restaurant with excellent food. Reservations recommended (2 11 55). Expensive.


In the clubhouse of the Mayan Palace Golf Course. International cuisine with an oriental flair. Moderate to Expensive.

Tropicana**** Inn

Downtown San Jose on Mijares Boulevard, about one block south of the fountain. Good bar, good restaurant, cute hotel. Moderately expensive, lots of food. One of our favourites. A must go to place. Phone #142-2311, make reservation & sit out side on the patio

Tulip Tree

Downtown San Jose, opposite the city hall and fountains. Newly renovated with roof garden (Shooters). Good food. Moderate prices.

Zaragoza between Guerrero and Morelos Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico. (624) 142-6619 (Rest.) (624) 142-0831 (Fax), [email protected], (One block from plaza Mijares), Downtown San Jose del Cabo At la bodega steak and wine house, our menu offers assorted appetizers for one person or to share, featuring high quality meats, fresh seafood, a variety of salads, and soup of the day. Entrees highlight the Certified Angus beef cuts, pork porterhouse steak, tender chicken breast and catch of the day.
La bodega evolved after several years of living in San Jose del Cabo and realizing the need for the Mexican contemporary dining. With unique architecture and cozy lighting, dine in our air-conditioned dining room or on the patio under a marvelous wild fig tree surrounding by relaxing music. La bodega features a great selection of domestic and imported liquors and a temperature-controlled wine cellar, offering wines from North and South America, Mexico, France, Spain and Italy.

Stepping into La Bodega (the warehouse) feels like entering a loft even though it’s located on street level. Showing off modern interior lines of the air-conditioned dining room, it expands out to a cozy outdoor patio shaded with a canopy of an old tree. With the neat line of wooden tables faced by a long bar on the inside and the romantic setting outside, La Bodega is a sleek yet comfortable dinner spot for any occasion.

List Compliments of Les Twarog RE/MAX Crest Realty,

Zippers Beachfront Restaurant
San Jose - 3 blocks walk on the beach to the left of El Zalate (Looking at El Zalate from the beach)

Location Km 28.5 on Transpeninsular Hwy., In Playa Costa Azul, just south of San José (624) 172-6162

If a cheeseburger in paradise is your mission, Zipper's is the real deal. Located along the Corridor near San José del Cabo, surfers downing icy Pacíficos and fresh shrimp ceviche merge with fishermen bolting Sauza and fried-fish tacos. However, the not-so-humble cheeseburger is the star of Zipper's gringo-fabulous menu. Service is slow, so pass the time watching pelicans swoop the swells, catching rays in board shorts and bikinis, and blissing out to the Jimmy Buffet-laced Radio Margaritaville, which is Zipper's 24/7 soundtrack. You won't find dance contests and jet-ski vendors here; located beneath a beachfront palapa that faces a surf break of the same name, Zipper's is a stripped-down sensory experience that rivals even the swankiest Los Cabos restaurant -- at a slightly lesser price tag.

Price Range: Burgers and sandwiches $7-$10; main courses $7-$18
Open Hours: Daily 11am-11pm

Hotel next door - - Cabo Surf Hotel is located in one of the top surfing beaches in Los Cabos. Enjoy the long rides, the ideal spot for long boarders. The property is on the tourist corridor highway just 8 minutes from downtown San Jose del Cabo



The beach is swimmable but it depends on the time of month and time of year you come, sometimes it gets rough. The nearest swimmable beach is Santa Maria Beach (15KM towards Cabo - see highway corridor map) where people go snorkeling

You can book most and all of your activities; such as scuba diving, snorkeling, jet skiing and ATVing in the lobby of the Coral Baja Resort next door to El Zalate. 624-142-3939

Snorkeling - KM 14 - Tourist Corridor (See map below)
If you really love snorkeling you must check out Chileno Bay & Santa Maria Bay


This is a competitive but affordable course. The nine hole, 2900 yard, par 35 course was built by the Mexican government Fonatur development agency fifteen years ago. The course is picturesque and is well maintained. It was designed for the beginner and intermediate golfers. There are no reserved tee times, you simply register and line-up at the first tee, which has a lovely view of the water and a putting green. The busiest time seems to be around
8:00 AM. There is a golf pro available from 8:00-10:00 AM

This course is definitely the most affordable alternative in the Los Cabos area:
Green Fees 9-hole $45 18-hole $90 Phone Number 142-0905
Carts $25 $50
Pull carts $7 $14
Clubs $15 $15
Guests may also use the tennis courts and pool located at the Club House. The rates for the tennis courts are $10 per court per hour. The night rate is $20 per court per hour. The pool rate is $3 per person per day.

PALMILLA - 144-5250
The Palmilla course is located at the beautiful Hotel Palmilla and is the closest championship course to San Jose del Cabo. Palmilla is about ten minutes from
San Jose centro and is at the western tip of the bay. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus several years ago and is comprised of the 3337 yard Arroyo Nine and the 3602 yard Mountain Nine to make the par 72 course. The course has hosted the PGA Senior Slam. Prices include golf cart, practice balls, bottled water and club services.
Green Fee $180 weekends
$165 weekdays
Clubs $44.00
Pamilla has a twilight rate after 3 PM $80

Private course.

EL DORADO - 144-5451
Private course.

CABO REAL-  144-0040
The next championship golf course that will be found between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas is the Robert Trent Jones II designed Cabo Real Golf Club. The 7000 yard, par 72 course challenges most golfers and will be the site of the 1999 PGA Senior Slam. They are also building an additional 18 holes, designed by Jack Nicklaus, which should be ready for 1999. There are four major hotels in the area, The Melia Cabo Real, the Casa del Mar, The Westin Regina Los Cabos and the Rosewood Los Ventanas Al Paraiso. There is a driving range at the course but it is officially only open to hotel guests ($15).
Green Fee $176
Clubs $30 (18 holes)/$20 (9 holes)

CABO DEL SOL - 145-8200
Along the corridor closer to Cabo San Lucas is situated the Cabo del Sol golf course. The first of a planned three championship courses, was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is a 7100 yard, par 72 course. The course is said to be the most challenging in the Los Cabos area. Prices include tax, golf cart, practice balls (driving range), bottled water and club services.
Green Fee $209 weekends
$192.50 weekdays
Clubs $44.00

This course is located on the outskirts of Cabo San Lucas. It was designed by the Dye Corporation and is 7220 yards and par 72. Prices include tax, golf cart, practice balls (driving range), bottled water and club service.
Green Fee $143
7AM-2:50 PM
$88 after
2:50 PM
Clubs $30

East Cape - Porto Las Cabos
18 hole - $70-$80 incl drinks & food - at least it was like that in early Nov - this is a new golf course - they are trying to attract new players to their new development.


PLEASE NOTE: In your travels around San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas you will meet individuals that offer you discount or free golf at some of the championship courses. These offers are legitimate, but you will have to experience a 2-3 hour presentation on time-share accommodation to secure your golf discount. These time-share presentations can sometimes be quite high-powered.


Dream Maker Sportfishing Charters

Grace or Dale: 143-7266 (Local) ... 044-624-122-4375 (Cell)

PANGA 23 feet $175
26 feet $ 275
Bigger boat $450

The Company - Dream Maker - is under the hotel Wyndham in downtown see Grace or Dale.
They are Perfect. Tell them Matt send them ( From Turkey with his Cousen given the reference ).
They clean the fish for you and freeze or smoke for delivery.




Sport fishing in Los Cabos is excellent. In fact, the area has been called the "Marlin Capital of the World". Though Marlins in several varieties, including Striped, Blue and Black, are plentiful, the sea is full of other types of fish. Sailfish, Dorado, Wahoo, Tuna, Snapper and Sea Bass are just a few. The excitement of catching one of these sport fish is exhilarating and well worth the time. You may choose to keep your catch for eating or mounting, or the "Catch and Release" of sport fish is becoming more popular to ensure that the fish are there for your next trip to the area.

There are several types of opportunities available to you to enjoy these catches from the sea. Most fishing boats in the Los Cabos area sail out of three locations, Cabo San Lucas, Palmilla Bay or La Playita. Cabo San Lucas definitely has the largest fleet of boats and the greatest variety. Boats can range in size from the seaworthy Panga to a large sport fisher yacht. If going out on a boat is not your idea of a holiday, you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the fishing dock in the late morning when the boats start returning. Boats raise flags up their outriggers to indicate their catch. If the fish has been landed, you can watch it being weighed and the proud angler can have their picture taken. Of course, you can enjoy these fruits of the sea in almost all of the restaurants in the Los Cabos area. Fish and shellfish are excellent choices from menus as they are normally very fresh and moderately priced.

If you choose to fish while in Los Cabos, here are a few hints to help you have an excellent time. Charter boats are available though agents in your home town, the internet, offices in Los Cabos and from the fishing dock. We can also arrange a fishing charter for you. In selecting the boat, you must consider the number of people that want to fish and the amenities that you require on a boat. The trip out to the fishing area can be as long as a one hour ride, so you want to ensure that the boat has enough power to get to the fishing area quickly. Amenities that make the trip enjoyable include a bathroom (head), a shaded area, good fishing equipment and a knowledgeable crew. You will want to take sunscreen, a hat, clothing to protect you from the sun, a seasickness pill (just in case) and plenty of beverages and food.

The cost of a fishing charter is quite expensive, but well worth it for the exhilaration of catching one of these fish. The good thing about the Los Cabos area is that the fish are plentiful, so your chances of "Being Skunked" are fewer. When arranging a fishing charter, the price includes the boat and the crew. It is not a price per person. The boat will hold a maximum number of people and you can share the cost among that number or less. Charters leave around 7AM and they will first stop to buy live bait at $2 per fish (probably will buy 10). The charter boats can provide a lunch and beverages, at a cost. You can also take your own snack. When you return to the dock, you can have your catch weighed and a picture taken. The captain can also arrange to have your catch cut-up and packaged for you. There will be a cost for this service. It is also customary to tip the boat crew at the end of the fishing trip. Though this amount is not set, 10% is acceptable but it will also depend on your catch and the service.

We would be more than happy to arrange a boat for you. Please review the following information and let us know if we can be of service.





22 Ft Super Panga



115 HP Johnson, Centre console, Down rigger, Penn Reels, Fish finder


28 Ft Californian



Galley, Shower & head, Tournament rigged, Penn Rods & Reels, Navigation aids


31 Ft Bertram



Galley, Shower & head, Tournament rigged, Penn Rods & Reels, Navigation aids


33 Ft Topaz



Twin 3208 Cats, Tuna tower, Galley, Shower & head, Air conditioning, Cabin, Navigation Aids, Tournament rigged, Penn Rods & Reels, Stereo


36 Ft Elliot



Galley, Shower & Head, Tournament rigged, Penn Rods & Reels, Navigation aids

Luxury Yacht Rental

We operate out of Cabo San Lucas Marina and also San Jose del Cabo Marina. We cater to Weddings, Birthdays, Anniversaries Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties, Dinner Cruises, Private Cruises, Romantic Cruises, Family Outings, Fishing Trips, Corporate and Business Events.

Cabo Luxury Yacht Charters
Call Craig Leonard at 724-648-3447

Welcome to Cabo Luxury Yacht Charters we are one of the oldest Yacht and Sport Fishing companies in Cabo San Lucas with 35 years of making vacationers dreams come true.Allow us to make your dream come true on one of our Luxury Yacht charters. Whether you're planning a Wedding, Anniversary, Corporate Event, Sport Fishing, Elegant Dinner, Whale Watching Excursion, or just a nice Sunset Cruise to the Arch at Lands End we offer multiple size Yachts and Cruisers customized for Cruising and Sailing to big game. Take the time for yourself and your family to experience all that Los Cabos has to offer as life is to short not to enjoy so much of beautiful Baja California.

066 Emergency dialing (similar to 911) from local line or cell
911  Emergency dialing from Vonage Line

Our Suite Numbers for #402- Villa 4;

778-786-8739 - Suite Vonage number (Line 1) (from Canada or US - 1-778-786-8739)
                          To access Voice Mail – star1234, password 7171
172-6431 - Suite number (Line 2) (from Canada or US - 011-52-624-172-6431)
044-624-166-6887 - Cabo Personal Cell ( from Canada or US - 011-521-624-166-6887)
Telephone Instructions From The Gringo Gazette

Emergency Phone Numbers

Fire department 060 or 122- 0054
Red Cross 060 or 122- 1111/ 122-1222
Taxi Company Phone Number 624-172-6166
066 - Local emergency help, pretty much like 911 in the US and Canada.
074 - Green Angels highway help, Free of charge. Only requires payment if spare parts are provided.
088 - Federal Police, Anonymous reports can be filed. Your call is received in Mexico City. They do follow up that action is taken. This is ideal to get rid of a "tiendita" or small drug dealing operation in your barrio
089 - Also for anonymous reports on organized crime and drug dealing. Goes straight to Mexico City Army or Navy and they also follow up to see that action is taken.


  • Customer Service 1-800-026-6845
  • *133# - to check Mins Balance
  • *264 - Customer Service
  • 066 - Emergency


  • To call land lines, dial 011-52 and then the # (example, 011-52-624-172-6431)
  • To call cell phones, dial 011-52-1 and then the # (example) 011-521-624-166-6887
  • If calling a US number that is located in Mexico, dial 1 and then the full number, including area code (example, 1-213-555-5555)
  • These dialing instructions apply if you are calling from the US or Canada to Mexico, using a telephone with a US or Canada number, whether it is a land line, cell phone or Internet phone.

CALLING FROM MEXICO - Locally & back home

  • To call from Mexico to a US or Canada land line or cell number, please use the (Vonage Line #1 on any suite phone) in the suite & dial like you would normally dial a long distance call at home (example 1-800-555-1212). This is a free call if you are calling to the US or Canada. If you are calling an international number, normal long distance charges apply & we will bill your credit card at a later date. Please refrain doing so or use your calling card. The logistics to follow up at a later date are very time consuming.
  • To call from a local land line (Line #2 on any suite phone ) to a local cell (example 044-624-166-6887) This is considered a long distance call. You will be charged 50 cents per minute for this type of call & we will charge your credit card at a later date. Please refrain from making these type of calls from the land line.The logistics to follow up at a later date are very time consuming.
  • To call from a local cell phone to a local land line number, just dial the local seven digit number (example 172-6431) – the cost is about 30 cents per minute
  • To call from a local cell phone to another local cell phone dial (example 044-624-166-6887), the cost is 30 cents per minute.
    To call from a local land line to another local land line just dial the seven digit number (example 172-6431) The cost is free & included in your suite rental.
  • Please note; if you are using your Canada or US cell phone to call home, the costs are approx $3.50 per minute.
  • Telephone Communications in Mexico

Calling U.S. Toll Free Numbers

Those wonderful folds at Telmex block access to toll free numbers in the United States, but if you must call your bank or your credit card company while down here there is a work-around
- Taxi Company Phone Number 624-172-6166
- to call an 800 number, change the 800 to 880
- to call an 888 number, change the 888 to 881
- to call an 877 number, change the 877 to 882
- to call an 866 number, change the 866 to 883
You still need to dial 001 before dialing your new toll free number, and this call will cost you money.

Vonage On-Line Free calling to 60 countries


If you plan to be in Mexico for some time, a suggestion is to pick up a local cell phone from "Telcel" the local carrier. You can pick up a cheap phone for $50 including 200 minutes of air time. You can buy additional minutes at most grocery stores. They cost approx 30 cents per minute and you can buy them in $20, $30 & $50 denominations. The bonus is that all incoming calls on that cell are FREE - the caller pays for the call. Outgoing calls cost 30 cents. To call Canada or US from the cell is about $1.50 Dollar per minute but still a lot cheaper than using your US or Canadian phone at $3.50 per minute. Please note, when calling a Mexican cell phone from the US or Canada, there is the normal long distance charge + a "Mexican sur charge" for the cell call. This additional sur charge is usually around 30 cents per minute & would be charged to your home account on top of the long distance charge.

Cell Phone Credits;
To check how many minutes or credits are available on your Mexican cell phone enter *333 then press send, to check available credit push 1, you will get an automated response in Spanish or English telling you how many pesos of credit you have. To call customer service dial *264

You will find payphones for long distance telephone calls throughout the Los Cabos area. Telemex or Ladatel phones require a Ladatel credit card in order to use them. These can be purchased at many grocery stores in 30, 50 or 100 peso values.

Telmex – local telephone company
Telmex now has a toll free number, 01 800 728 4647, that you can call for assistance in long distance calls to the
U.S.A. or Mexico. There are bilingual operators 24 hours per day. You can charge the call to your major credit card, your local company card or make a collect call. The toll free number to contact an ATT operator is 01 800 288 2872 or 001 800 462 4240. The toll free number to contact a MCI operator is 001 800 674 7000. For calls to Canada, the Canada Direct toll free number is 01 800 123 0200. If you dial long distance calls directly, your damage deposit will be held for up to eight weeks until the Telmex bill for that period is received

How to transfer Tel Cell minutes from one phone to other;
on your mexican cellular/telcel sim, open your SMS application and create a new message that needs to be sent to the number 7373, and in the body of the message enter nickie's telephone number and a single space and $100 pesos in credit, and press send e.g.- 6241742137 100.
The service costs you(the sender) almost 1 peso, and the recipient is charged 3 pesos. you can only send up to 10 transfers per 30 day period(month), and can only send a max of $100 pesos per transfer - it may only be 99 pesos, which is why i want you to try 100 pesos first... if the 100 pesos does not work then you'll need to send 99 pesos each time. sender can only send paid credit... bonus credit does not apply, meaning if you purchased a $1000 pesos phone card and got $1000 pesos in bonus, the $1000 in bonus cannot be transferred/sent to another sim/phone.

Transfering credits from One Telcel to another telcel number

  • you can only transfer $100 pesos at a time to another number
  • You can only do 10 transfers per month
  • Instructions:
  • Create a NEW SMS message and enter 7873 in the SEND field.
  • In the message body field enter xxxxxxxxxx (the cellular number you wish to transfer the credit to) (plus a space) xxx ( and the amount you want to transfer, max $100 pesos - eg. 100)

    What To Do In An Emergency

    If you need help, especially emergency help, call 066, Baja’s version of 911. Lines operate 24 hours a day, all year long. When you call, the operator will ask for basic personal information and the nature of your call. If it’s an emergency, within a minute, even while taking your information, the team will get the wheels in motion to send help. Operators direct your call to the appropriate emergency vehicle or department. We are told unit response time averages between 15 and 20 minutes, so we’re going with that story.

    066 has a good database program, however there is no GPS locator system, which means they can identify the number and the area of the caller, but not the specific location. Calls are recorded, as is the phone number from which the call was made. You are not required to give your name, and you will not be pressed to do so, as in the United States. However if you really do not wish to have your name or phone number recorded, dial 089 instead, the anonymous line. In either event, be prepared to speak Spanish.

    Telephone Instructions From The Gringo Gazette
    The area code for Los Cabos is 624. It includes Cabo San Lucas, San Jose and Los Barriles.
    To dial land-to-land phones within the Los Cabos aarea, just dial the seven digit number i.e.; Gringo Gazette would be 143-0865.
    Lond distance dialing: From another city to the Gringo Gazette in Los Cabos dial 01-624-143-0865. Dialing long distance is just like dialing long distance in the States and Canada except you are dialing 01 instead of 1 before an area code.
    Todos Santos and La Paz are in teh 612 area code.
    To dial within the La Paz area from the La Paz area just dial the seven digit number. For example the restaurant La PazLapa would be 123-4757 if you are calling from La Paz. If you are calling the restaurant from within the Los Cabos area code you must dial long distance: 01-612-123-4757.
    Calling from outside the country to Los Cabos: 011-52-624+phone number. The 011 tells the phone company you want an over seas connection, 52 is the country code for Mexico and gets you into this country and the rest is just the area code and phone number. That's if you are calling a land line. If you are calling a cell phone in Los Cabos, you now have to throw in an additional "1" before the area code. As in 011-52-1-624+phone number.
    From out of the country to La Paz: 011-52-612-123-4757. (The long distance operator, Mexico's country code, LaPaz area code, the restaurant's seven digit phone number.) remember, if you are calling a cell phone in La Paz from outside the country, you now have to throw in an additional "1" befroe the area code.
    Phone dialing 102, Cell phones.
    To call acell phone which is outside your own area code, it's a whole new ballgame. Example: to call a cell phone in La Paz from a land line in Los Cabos, dial 045-612+the seven digit phone number. The 045 tells the phone company that the caller pays for the call.
    To call a cell number that is either in the same or a different area code but still within Mexico, just dial the seven digit number starting with the area code even though you are in the same area code. Example: You are in the Los cabos area and you want to call a La LPaz cell number; dial 612+phone number. If you are La Paz and want to call a La Paz cell, you must dial 612+phone number.
    From out of the country to a Los Cabos or La Paz cell number you now have to throw in an additional "1" befroe the area code. as in; 011-52-1-624+phone number.
    Remember that?
    Cell phones are getting trickier so you gotta get it in your head that the only time you treat them any different is when you are in the save area code. The 044 is currently only used when dialing from a land line to a cell number in your same area code. The 045 is used when calling from a land line to a cell phone outside your area. To call from cell to cell within Mexico just dial the area code + the seven digit number

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  • These published rules are not limited, but can include, the following:
    For a complete listing of all Rules and Regulations please refer to El Zalate By-Laws.


    (Occupant will be used to reference Owners, renters, occupants or guests in the following)

    1. No Occupant of any Units is allowed to place, store or pile items in the lobbies, walkways, stairs, corridors, floors, gardens or other common assets of similar nature, including but not limited to furniture, trash, or other objects.

    2. Occupants are not allowed to hang clothes, carpets, signs or any other objects on the windows, walls or handrails of the Residential Units.

    3. Occupants are not allowed to dust off clothes, carpets or other objects out of the windows of the Private Units or in the hallways or exteriors of the Private Units or the adjacent areas if such activity is in a manner that disturbs other Owners. In this regard, it is also strictly prohibited to yell or throw objects from the terraces and patios.

    4. PLEASE only put toilet paper in the toilets. Do not flush disposable diapers diapers, sanitary napkins, tampons, condoms, or dental floss as this will back up the sewer system.

    5. No bikes, skates, scooters, motorcycles and vehicles in general are allowed in the main lobby, hallways, walkways and any other Common Areas other than the designated parking areas.

    6. No Occupant is allowed to make noises or sounds which may be an annoyance or nuisance for the Owners of the other Residential Units. This rule applies specifically to social gatherings, TV sets, radios, music players, musical instruments, singing, yelling or loud conversations and other, before 10:00 AM or after 10:00PM.

    7. As a courtesy to your neighbors below please be sure to lift furniture when moving. Dragging or dropping heavy items on the floor is extremely loud to those below you.

    8. Only Owners may have pets in the unit or on the common property.

    9. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times while in common property and shall not be left unattended in the common area.

    10. Owners shall be responsible for cleanup after their pet.

    11. All washing of vehicles is prohibited.

    12. All trash shall be sorted and placed in the appropriate bins in the designated trash area.

    The following rules regarding the pools shall be followed at all times:

    1. The pools are for use of Occupants and their guest only. The number of guests is limited to four per unit and guests must be accompanied by their hosts at all times

    2. The pool use is under the responsibility of the Occupants or Guests. The Condominium does not and shall not have lifeguard service. All persons using the pool do so at their own risk. El Zalate HOA and the Management Company assume no responsibility, directly or indirectly, for any personal injury or the loss of, or damage to, personal property.

    3. NO Glass objects are allowed in or near the pools or pool area at any time.

    4. Smokers must use ashtrays.

    5. Children under 12 shall be accompanied by an adult at all times when using the pools.

    6. The children’s pool is the pool with the “Beach Entrance”. Children under the age of 12 must use this pool only.

    7. No one under the age of 15 allowed in the Hot Tub.

    8. SWIMMING Diapers are mandatory to be used in the pool for all infants.

    9. PLEASE DO NOT USE pool side tables as diaper changing tables, as a courtesy to all others using these tables.

    10. NO running, horseplay, yelling or loud music in the pool area.

    11. Please shower prior to entering the pool.

    12. Music of any type must be kept a non-interfering level.

    13. The pool is open every day from 6:00AM to 10:00PM

    14. Please be considerate of others by removing your towels and items from tables and pool lounge chairs when leaving the pool area.  Towels should not be used to “HOLD” furniture for later use. All furniture must stay in the pool area.

    15. If any Occupant desires to have a pool party with more than four guests, a request shall be made to the Board at least 24 hours in advance for the reservation of the same.

    16. It is the Occupant’s responsibility to clean the pool and the surrounding common areas around it after use. In the event the Occupant does not comply with the above, the Board has the authority to charge the Owner with the expense of cleaning as well as a fine at the Board’s discretion.

    17. Any fines associated to a tenant who does not adhere to the HOA rules and regulations will be passed on to the tenant