Whiling away the hours in the blistering Caribbean heat, lounging on prehistoric rocks or golden sands and getting bronzed up can make you peckish. ‘But what to do if you are in a secluded national park?’ I hear you ask. Do not despair, for there is hope. Or, more precisely, a restaurant. When you need a break from your arduous tanning duties, head to Cabo’s restaurant for some light refreshment and a surprising array of meals. Granted, the quality isn’t gourmet, but for its location it has some fairly nice pastas, meat dishes and salads. It’s hard to complain once you’ve seen the route the food has to take.
Range from $12,000 – $15,000