Cabo San Lucas
The jewel of Baja California, Cabo San Lucas is becoming a high-end destination in Mexico. This small city is particularly known for its pristine beaches but there are a lot of other things to do here: golfing, fishing, snorkeling or just relaxing.
Cabo San Lucas is a small city located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, in Mexico.
How to get to Cabo San Lucas
Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) is located outside of San Jose del Cabo, at about half an hour drive from Cabo San Lucas. The airport is served by local airlines and by numerous US airlines.
Cabo San Lucas is blessed with perfect weather all year round. Hurricanes hardly ever hit the city directly. The coldest months are December and January while the storm season lasts from July to October.
Average maximum temperature is between 70 and 100 F during summer, while during winter the average temperature reaches 50 to 80 F.
The high tourist season lasts from October to April when temperatures average 80F during the day and 60 F during the night.
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What to do
Cabo San Lucas is popular for its pristine beaches –Medano Beach, Playa del Amor (Love Beach), Divorce Beach, Playa Solmar, Playa El Faro Viejo- and beach resorts.
You can find anything from all-inclusive luxury resorts to small hotels or hidden beachfront villas, perfect for a romantic getaway.
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And speaking of romantic…Cabo San Lucas is one of the preferred locations for a destination wedding. Needless to say, it’s also preferred by the honeymooners.
Golfing and fishing are among the popular sports played in Cabo San Lucas. No matter which you prefer, you are guaranteed to have a lot of fun.
Cabo San Lucas is also popular for its outdoor activities. Swimming, surfing, parasailing, diving, snorkeling, climbing…you will not get bored, for sure.
A jungle cruise which includes whale watching and snorkeling is a must for everyone in the family.
And talking about family vacation, don’t miss a visit to the Cabo San Lucas Glass Factory. There are organized tours which allow you to witness how glass has been made for centuries.
In the evening, try the Mexican cuisine –don’t miss the seafood- at one of the numerous restaurants.
Don’t swim alone and don’t try to prove the impossible. There aren’t lifeguards to rescue you if you get in trouble.