Cabo Pulmo Luxury Vacation RentalsWhen it comes to Cabo Pulmo vacation rentals, The Last Place is uniquely tailored for travelers and adventure seekers who want luxurious comfort and the beauty of nature at the same time. This stunningly gorgeous property overlooks the breathtaking reef system of Cabo Pulmo National Park. The park is critical to the health of the Sea of Cortez, as it serves as a place for travelers from around the world to appreciate and absorb what Cousteau once dubbed the aquarium of the world.
● Our House
Powered by a state-of-the-art solar energy system, The Last Place house is cooled to perfection with in home air conditioning. While the inside offers a cool and restful refuge from the sun the Last Place also offers a brilliant outdoor oasis to enjoy Cabo Pulmo’s beautiful weather in a lavishly comfortable way! The Last Place rooftop oasis is complete with a state of the art cook-station, dining area and beautiful handcrafted furniture a lovely way to enjoy sunset evenings and sunrise mornings with family and friends.
As part of our superior Cabo Pulmo accommodation, every morning right from your back door, enjoy a stroll on the beach while taking in the sunrise over the Sea of Cortez. Later, enjoy a breathtaking sunset over the mountains from the Last Place rooftop while you enjoy an evening meal. When night falls, gaze up in wonder at the stunningly vivid display of stars that spread across the night sky from this secluded paradise. Sleep and dream in bliss as you rest on luxury mattresses, linens, and bedding. Once you stay at The Last Place, you may never want to settle for less again with your remote vacation rentals in Cabo Pulmo.
Among other Cabo Pulmo places to stay, “The Last Place” is your premier choice to experience off-the-grid Cabo Pulmo in state-of-the-art luxury… a vacation you will never forget!
● Kid Friendly
When it comes to private vacation rentals, finding something kid friendly is so important for many families. We welcome kids and their families to enjoy and learn about one of the most successful marine-protected areas in the world and the rest of the surrounding environment.
● The Space
“The Last Place” house consists of a living room, three bedrooms, dining room. Kitchen, and two bathrooms with a shower. It can host more than 10 guests comfortably. The three bedrooms include three king size beds and two and a half bathrooms. Among premium vacation rentals in Cabo Pulmo, The Last Place offers an exceptional level of space and comfort for the entire family.
Outside of the house we have also installed a “Glamping” area. Complete with van hookups, shaded picnic area, 360 degree ocean/ Mountain View, washer dryer, shower, and toilet on the way to the pool
● A Note About Wildlife
Within the surrounding environment, expect to encounter wildlife in the sea and on land. However, guests staying at Cabo Pulmo rentals should never interact with the wildlife. During your stay in the heart of Cabo Pulmo National Park keep a close eye out for deer, lynx, fox, bats, and many types of birds on land, in addition to dolphins, sharks, whales, and turtles in the sea.
PRIVATE PARKING AVAILABLE
Comfort & adventure in the same placeWelcome to “The Last Place” your first choice for an unforgettable Baja experience!
● Things to do / We can organize
- ATV Rentals,
- Whale Watching,
- Rock Climbing,
- Yoga Classes,
- Health Retreats,
- Private Dinners and more.
It’s the best time for a new adventure!
A paradise Underwater
On June 6, 1995 Cabo Pulmo National Park was started by the Castro family, the founders of this little fishing village located on Baja California Sur, Mexico. This began a journey that changed their fate and that of the surrounding marine ecosystem. They stopped fishing commercially on its already heavily overfished surrounding sea, which later became the perimeter of Cabo Pulmo National Park, proving that there is a way to live with nature without plundering its wealth. This gave way to the creation of perhaps the most successful marine protected area in the world, and undoubtedly Mexico’s most important national marine park.
In his book “The Log from the Sea of Cortez”, American author John Steinbeck described Cabo Pulmo reef as follows: “The complexity of the life pattern on Pulmo Reef was even greater than at Cabo San Lucas. Clinging to the coral, growing on it, burrowing into it, was a teeming fauna. Every piece of the soft material broken off, skittered and pulsed with life, little crabs and worms and snails. One small piece of coral might conceal 30 or 40 species, and the colors on the reef were electric.”
In addition to representing income for the tourism industry, the Cabo Pulmo reef is a source of life that exports 932 tons of fish annually to nearby fisheries, with a commercial value of 22.4 million pesos a year, contributing to the food security of the region.