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Palm Springs-winter

Our Palm Springs getaway mini vacation was fun and very relaxing. I would like to share all the good spots we explored so you can get a cool idea of what to do during the wintertime. Winter temperatures are at the lowest 40 degrees at night to 75 degrees during the day. This is the perfect time for hikes and desert fun!

There are three parts of the Indian Palm Spring Canyons: Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon, and Murray Canyon. We walked about three miles on the Palm Canyon trail. The view is breathtaking! CLICK HERE

We booked our hotel through four days before our departure. Our plan was to find something nice, comfortable, and affordable. We picked the Paloma Resort! It has been open for three months now. The resort is only 7 mins away from downtown. The colorful aesthetic vibe makes the resort very unique. The rooms are very new and the atmosphere is more family oriented compared to Margaritaville hotel. The Lobby welcomes you with amazing greetings and European drinks. From 8am to 10am, there is European breakfast in the pool room. The pool is heated and the jacuzzi is the perfect temperature! There is even live music from 3pm to 4pm by the pool. I totally recommend visiting the restaurant if you don’t feel like going out. The food is delicious. CLICK HERE

If you are looking for the best tacos in town, I recommend the JWB Grill inside the Margaritaville resort. It comes with GF tortillas and yuca fries. The parmesan fries are my favorite! CLICK HERE

Our favorite dinner spot this time was Inca Peruvian Cuisine. The food there was so delicious and fresh. The service is great and they are very fast. While you wait, you can order the best Pisco Sour I have ever had! I’m Peruvian so I have good taste when it comes to authentic Peruvian cuisine. CLICK HERE

After dinner, we headed for live music at Las Casuelas Terraza Mexican restaurant. CLICK HERE

Everything is within walking distance or a short drive of 5-10 mins from the hotel if you are looking for something like a Starbucks or any local store. We found this great brunch spot in the Palm Desert. The Daily Grill is a cute spot where all the attraction is if you are looking for a variety of restaurants and shops. CLICK HERE

Another place to visit is the Living Desert Zoo and garden CLICK HERE Our experience was different from going to the Los Angeles Zoo. The desert vibe experience is nice and peaceful and not crowded at all. You can actually take pictures here and have your own space.


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Palm Spring getaway

I love going on adventures every year and explore nature no matter what the weather condition is. As I mentioned, snow or desert heat I am there. 

We decided to get away for a weekend without the kids.

My experience in Palm Springs is always fun and adventurous. From hikes to great places to dine-in and party.

Where to stay: Book through Expedia or Kayak for better deals!

  • Hilton Palm Spring for a quieter vacation and perfect for families with young children. No bar or DJ or live music by the pool.  From there you can explore the desert. Click here 
  • Margaritaville Resort Palm Springs is a fun hotel to stay. Perfect for couples that need to get away from reality. Best part of the hospitality you have a bar, DJ and/or live music by the pool. At night, the pool area has firepits and it’s open until 10pm. Click here 

Where to eat:

  • Las Casuelas Terraza Mexican restaurant in downtown. The food is so delicious and guess what? Best Margaritas in town!! Gorgeous outdoor seating with live music. Click here 
  • JWB Grill has the best fish tacos! Click here

For night out:

  • The Village Pub is the best place to get the body dancing all night with live music and DJ. Everything in one location. It has two floors so you can choose what your mood feels like. Click here for details 
  • Moxie Palm Springs is a great place to enjoy live music and you can go upstairs for a nicer view. Food is descent.


  • My favorite place to hike is at the Indian Palm Spring Canyons. I recommend going around May and early June (80-95º). Discover the beauty and history from all three Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon and Murray Canyon. Three days ago, we saw two big horn sheep. Pack a small towel and cool down in the creek. Water all year round! Click here
  • Another awesome place to visit is the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Online booking is not available at this moment because of covid. But, you can show up and buy your ride ticket at the boarding station. If you are driving there is a parking fee.

This place is open at 10am (Sat, Sun & holiday at 8am); 

until 9:30pm (Friday & Saturday at 10:30pm). 

The Tram takes you all the way up to Mount San Jacinto State Park (elevation 8,516 feet). The restaurant has an amazing view to the mountains. Enjoy over 50 miles of hiking trails, history museum and shops in case you get cold or need a gift. 

Bring a sweatshirt or jacket if you are planning to go around May-June. ***During winter time you must bring snow gear.

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  • If you are into art, visit the Palm Spring Art Museum. Click here 

I found this great place for all ages the Moorten botanical garden. Click here


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