The location in Pescadero is right on Federal Highway One just 45 minutes from both Cabo San Lucas and La Paz. The weather is temperate, the nights starry, and the beach just a few hundred feet away. El Perdido is an oasis that encourages visitors to meditate, dream, and reconnect with one’s inner self. When you’re ready, there’s also fishing, surfing and swimming at Cerrito’s beach, San Pedrito, Las Palmas or Punta Lobos. You may even discover the path to a new private beach.
EL PERDIDO DESERT DREAM IS AN EXCLUSIVE BUT VERY ACCESSIBLE DESTINATION!
El Perdido lets you choose your type of escape. You can relax in the guest house, around the pool, in the garden, or journey into the desert on an ATV — which is included in your reservation. If you want, you can get lost on the beach or visit the ceremonial center to meditate. You can explore the town and connect with nature or choose the option of total privacy without ever having to leave your jacal (hut).
• GAME AREA
• GUEST HOUSE WITH DELI
• BOHEMIAN GARDEN
• RUSTIC KITCHEN
• SPIRITUAL CENTER
A detailed study was conducted before building each of the seven jacales, as well as the rest of El Perdido. Taking advantage of the air currents and the position of the sun during each part of the day makes it possible to enjoy the soft breezes, wake up with the sun and meditate during the twilight. White pathways and compacted earthwork walls act as natural thermostats. The surrounding cactus and torote elephant trees help you embrace the desert life.
The architectural and interior design details of each jacal are totally instagramable.
PERFECT FOR A PHOTO COLLECTION!
El Perdido is such a special place that a ceremonial site was built at the entrance. Working with aromatherapy and the natural path of the sun, the spiritual center is a Zen-like space that is ideal for unique ceremonies.
A map of nearby attractions is provided to help you explore and connect with the local community. Go on a food hunting expedition on an ATV and experience what the desert has to offer. Or, pick up some locally grown produce to cook at your villa. You can even meet local artists while in the village and learn about traditional artisan crafts such as weaving, pottery or painting and bring home a special souvenir.
New experiences like this make people who stay here feel as if they are a part of Baja California Sur. The goal is for El Perdido to be a part of the community and be a trigger for hospitality, where people from all over the world have a place where they can meet again and get lost.
THE SEVEN JACALES THAT MAKE UP EL PERDIDO AND MILLIONS OF STARS THAT APPEAR EVERY NIGHT CREATE SOMETHING EXTRAORDINARY.
Four years ago, Polo Perez and his partner Devin Semler had a dream, a vision of adding a different adventure experience to the region that combined hotel and Airbnb services.
“We long for El Perdido to become a role model company in tune with all the communities in the area. Preserve vegetation and transplant fauna if necessary, we want to be part of an orderly economic development in the region. We are here to add what we can to life, not to get what we can from life.”
We invite you to get lost or find yourself at El Perdido!