Los Cabos has more than offer than sand and sea. This tip of the Baja Peninsula has deep farming roots. Huerta los Tamarindos organic farm offers farm tours and cooking classes. Harvest ingredients from the fields and prepare a four-course meal that might include dishes such as vegetable chile relleño or roasted tomato soup.
$85 for a 4-hour class.
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Eat Organic in Cabo
This organic restaurant offers the chance to eat a healthy meal with bright, fresh, local flavors while looking out upon the farm from which the vegetables were harvested. The 17-acre farm also provides fresh herbs for local restaurants and exports some of its produce to the United States.
In addition to meals, Los Tamarindos also offers farm tours and four-hour cooking classes.
Though Huerta Los Tamarindos is primarily a restaurant and working farm, it also has an on-site gift shop, where visitors can buy beautiful handmade goods sourced from all over Mexico.
Huipiles (embroidered blouses), shawls, and tablecloths are among the textiles you can buy here. Jewelry made of tin, filigree, and palm is also for sale, as are clay and leather goods.
One of a few Los Cabos restaurants located on the grounds of a farm, Huerta Los Tamarindos has a smaller, more intimate vibe and claims that all of its produce is organic. Guests with a few extra hours can arrive before their meal and take a farm tour and cooking class.