Querencia—The Legacy Continues

LOS CABOS, MEXICO: The Greek philosopher Theophrastus once said, “Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend even though it cannot be held, seen, or touched.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, other than sleep, the only thing Americans allocate more time for (other than work) is engaging in leisure and sports (to the tune of about five hours per day).

Symbolism on the Baja

Querencia is one of the Western Hemisphere’s most exclusive private clubs. Located at the start of the famous tourist corridor near San Jose del Cabo, it’s home to a special Tom Fazio course design that stair steps down toward the coast, a clubhouse village with a full-service spa, a racquet program (with six pickleball courts, four tennis courts, one multi-purpose court and one paddle court), almost 15 miles of hiking/biking trails, and a brand-new beach club (mere steps away from one of Cabo’s best surf breaks and one of only a handful of swimmable beaches).

The Los Cabos desert landscape is home to a range of desert plants and cacti, including the iconic cardón cactus that can grow up to 60 feet tall, live for 300 years, and generate as many as 25 arms from the main trunk.

In many ways, the cardón is representative of what Querencia embodies. “We’re an established, yet evolving community,” explained Jorge Carrera, CEO and partner. “Our vast collection of amenities provides something for the entire family, yet are all tied back to the notion of community that brings us all together.”

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