As Mexico’s premier tourism destination, Los Cabos is home to some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and resorts. There are a myriad of outstanding spas, award-winning restaurants, top-ranked golf courses, amazing tours, activities and adventures.
The area known as “Los Cabos” or simply “Cabo” comprises both San Jose del Cabo. The region is home to large residential developments, schools, and historic buildings. However, Cabo San Lucas is the more touristic-centric city. Read on to learn more about Cabo. Reserve your Cabo activities with our award-winning team here at Cabo Yacht Life!
Where is Cabo?
Cabo is located on the southernmost tip of the Baja California peninsula. It is in Mexico within the state of Baja California Sur. At an elevation of just 10 meters above sea level, Cabo touches the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean.
Famous Cabo Attractions
Firstly, Los Cabos harbors a myriad of breathtaking natural wonders and exciting urban activities. In a paradise where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, there is something for everyone! Yachting, golfing, fishing, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding, relaxing in luxury spas and resorts and dancing. Secondly, wherever you go in Los Cabos, you will find everything you need to leave the cares of everyday life behind.
Thirdly, if you are looking to enjoy a particularly resort-centric vacation, you’ll want to book your stay in Cabo San Lucas. Cabo San Lucas is home to a myriad of excellent resorts and hotels. Lastly, it’s also home to adventure enterprises like Cabo Yacht Life.
- The Arch of Cabo San Lucas is the famous arch-shaped rock formation located at Land’s End. It is large enough to drive a boat through, and a great place to snorkel or scuba dive.
- Cabo Pulmo National Park Cabo Pulmo National Park is home to a number of secluded beaches, mountains terrain, and the only natural corral reef on the North American west coast.
- Lovers Beach is located at Land’s End where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez meet. Great for sun bathing and sightseeing, it is also a home for sea lions and other marine life.
- Land’s End is a large rock formation located at the southern tip of Cabo. It’s home to several stunning geologic formations at scenic spots for snorkeling, scuba diving, and relaxing at the beach.
Just this past year, Los Cabos was pleased to host many special events within the destination. First-time events includes the Los Cabos Open of Surf and Los Cabos International Film Festival. With each passing year, more and more of these events come to Los Cabos. Combined with many eateries, theaters, and other entertainment venues, these events make for a surplus of things to do in Cabo San Lucas.
Dónde alquilar un yate
Se pueden alquilar yates dondequiera que haya una marina en el estado de Baja California Sur. Los ejemplos en Los Cabos, México incluirán salidas y regresos desde el La Marina de Cabo San Lucas. Marina de Puerto Los Cabos se encuentra en San José del Cabo. Existen numerosas marinas en la capital del estado de La Paz consideradas como la "Puerta de entrada al Mar de Cortés”.
El Mar de Cortez es un hermoso lugar para navegar por las islas y admirar las aguas cristalinas con estilo. Mucha gente reserva yates de alquiler en Cabo San Lucas. El itinerario Live Aboard recorre la costa con una visita al área protegida internacionalmente, “Cabo Pulmo”. El Mar de Cortés ofrece cientos de cadenas de islas para nadar, bucear, pescar y actividades en la playa.
How to Get to Cabo San Lucas
Getting to Los Cabos has never been easier. There are over 30 direct flight options from various US and Canadian cities. Upon arrival into the Los Cabos International Airport, travelers are welcomed with a new, state-of-the-art terminal (Terminal 2).
Getting around in Cabo is made easy by the many transportation options the region has to offer. Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are quite dense and can be explored on foot. There are several rental car agencies and a bus system that travels to most of the area’s hotspots.
Overall, Cabo San Lucas weather does not vary wildly from season to season. Based on common Cabo weather patterns, the best time to visit Cabo San Lucas is during the later winter/early spring. If you’re on the hunt for lower prices, you may want to try scheduling something for the summer months.
About 350 Days of Sunshine in Cabo
Just how many days of sunshine does Cabo San Lucas get? Some visitor websites say 300, others claim 350, but the Los Cabos official state tourism website takes no position and simply describes the climate as “subtropical desert.” That sums it up nicely!
Cabo is warm and dry, and for visitors flying in from wetter, colder or hot and humid climes, that is the main draw to the destination. With the exception of an occasional tropical storm buffeting the coast of Mexico, the weather ranges from balmy to siesta-inducing and is perfect for a change of pace.
The best weather for yachting in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is definitely a year-round activity. Temperatures are warm year-round, with August the hottest month (75 to 92 degrees F) and January and February the coldest (54 to 79 degrees F). For perfect weather with temperatures from the mid 70s to mid 80s as well as a getaway from colder climates, November through April are high season months, and accommodation prices typically reflect the demand.
April and May are the driest months with practically no rain at all, and in May and June, the temperatures get well into the 80s. You’ll probably want to be on a yacht or near the pool in your villa rental enjoying the sunny weather.
Late July, August, and September are the warmest months with higher humidity, and the wettest months are August and September averaging about two to three inches of rain. Hurricanes are possible during those months, but they are relatively rare. For avoiding crowds and high prices, a late summer visit could be worth considering.
Whale watching season runs from about December through April, with humpbacks frequently seen during that time of their migration. In February, the calves (baby whales) become active. The gray whale season is from January through March. Luxury yacht charters to see the whales up close are very popular during that time.
San Jose del Cabo
San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are both located in the municipality of Los Cabos. Connecting both is the “Tourist Corridor”. As of 2011, San Jose de Cabo had a population of approximately 70,000 residents.
For example, beautiful weather and a warm sea makes San Jose del Cabo a great place for holidays and recreation. Most of the hotels are located in the hotel zone. This area offers a stunning, long beach and is close to the quaint and historical downtown area.
In conclusion, if you’re planning a trip to Cabo, remember to view our tours to make sure you go on an adventure of a lifetime!