Los Cabos

About Los Cabos

At the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula on Mexico’s west coast, Los Cabos Mexico is where the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains meet the sea. To the west of the sundrenched city, the Pacific Ocean stretches to the horizon, and on the east, the Sea of Cortez runs between the Baja Peninsula and mainland Mexico.

Since settlers and traders began searching the waters for pearls hundreds of years ago, more and more people have been discovering the beauty of Los Cabos Mexico, but its popularity as a vacation haven didn’t fully take off until Hollywood A-listers started flying down to stay at Cabo San Lucas hotels in the 1960s and ‘70s. Today, it’s a luxurious hotspot in Mexico for family vacations, destination weddings, spring break parties, and everything in between.

When to visit

The best time to book a Cabo all inclusive vacation depends on the weather, personal interests, and local events. The Cabo San Lucas weather is most mild in the winter months, making it a home-away-from-home for many retirees. However, the sun shines all year long, even during the rainy season when Cabo San Lucas weather becomes only a little less desirable.

The warmest Cabo San Lucas weather is in the summer, but visiting then means fewer crowds and often bigger travel deals. Choosing when to come also depends on which of the countless things to do in Cabo San Lucas interest you. In the first couple of months of the year, the migration of whales to the waters of Los Cabos Mexico draws in the crowds, while the fall months bring about some of the most popular fishing tournaments in the world.

Los Cabos Weather


Things to See and Do

Some of the most popular things to do in Cabo San Lucas take you into the wild desert landscapes and out to sea. Inland, the activities are filled with adrenaline and unique experiences. ATV rides, canyon hikes, and camel safaris are some of the most adventurous things to do in Cabo San Lucas. However, the siren call of the sea is what attracts most visitors to Los Cabos Mexico.

  • Visit El Arco de Cabo San Lucas
  • Jet Ski or Kayak at Medano Beach
  • Go for a swim at lover’s beach
  • Walk along divorce Beach
  • Hike to the Cerro del Vigia
  • Scuba Diving at Cabo Pulmo
  • Snorkel at Chileno Beach
  • Walk Along the Marina
  • Shop at the Flea Markets
  • Swim with Dolphins
  • Flyboard at Santa Maria Bay
  • Go to Bars and Club


The beaches of Los Cabos Mexico are serene and spacious, giving you plenty of room to spread out and soak up the sun.

Cabo San Lucas

  • Medano Beach
  • Bay of Cabo San Lucas
  • Chileno Beach
  • Santa Maria Beach
  • Lover’s Beach
  • Divorce Beach
  • Solmar Beach

La Paz

  • Balandra Beach
  • Pichilingue Beach

San Jose del Cabo

  • Palmilla Beach
  • Costa Azul Beach
  • Palmilla Beach

The Tourist Corridor

  • Las Viudas Beach
  • Santa Maria Beach
  • Chileno Beach
  • El Tule Beach

Tips – Some of the most popular Cabo all inclusive resorts are located at Medano Beach, one of the best spots for grabbing a drink, splashing in the waves, and taking in the view of Land’s End, the rocky tip of the Baja Peninsula. The most famous beach in Cabo is Lover’s Beach. Nestled between rocky cliffs, this smooth beach is only reachable by boat. On the other side of the tip of the peninsula is Divorce Beach, where the waves are as rough as the name suggests. Outside the city, you can find endless amounts of sandy beaches, including Chileno Beach and Santa Maria Beach.

Typical Costs

Accommodation – For many families, Cabo all inclusive resorts offer the best discounts that add up in savings. All inclusive vacation packages at Cabo San Lucas hotels include everything you need for the ultimate vacation: sumptuous suites, meals in the best restaurants in Cabo San Lucas, and on-site activities.

FoodCabo restaurants range from local taco eateries to international elegant dining rooms. While you can easily dine on authentic Mexican food for $5-10 a meal, vacations are a time to splurge on going out to the best restaurants in Cabo San Lucas.

Transportation – Getting around Cabo San Lucas Mexico is cheap and easy. Along the main road between San Jose del Cabo, the major resorts, and the downtown marina, the Baja Bus runs daily. From most resorts, the cost to the marina is less than a dollar and to the neighboring city of San Jose, it is approximately $2.50.

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