Situated on the southern coast of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, Los Cabos is a real escape! This funky resort town is known for it’s incredible food scene, exciting nightlife, and awesome beaches. Whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation, or a group getaway that accommodates everyone – Cabo is for you! Being so close to the US, there are plenty of non-stop flights from various major airports around the country.
Best Times to Visit: The best time to visit Cabo is from May to June, when the wintertime crowds have gone home and the summertime storms have yet to hit. October and November are also nice months for a vacation, but you’ll need to begin your hotel search early if you want to save money.
Things to do:
Cruise to the Cabo Arch. “El Archo” is the most notable rock formation in Cabo. The Arch is a popular tourist attraction popular in most Cabo vacation photos. Take a sunset sail to the tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez.
Stroll through San José del Cabo. Discover the charm of this magical town and its activities, like the Art Walk, a fun event where you will walk around all of its art galleries while enjoying music and street shows. This is a popular shopping stop among tourists and a great place to walk around and explore.
Take a trip to Marina Cabo San Lucas. This marina is home to some of the most popular restaurants, boutiques, and bars in the area – this is also a very popular nightlife destination if you are looking for a more hip scene. Whether you visit by day or by night, this is a must see stop on your vacation.
Relax! Cabo is home to some world class golf courses and spas in Mexico! So whether you unwind with a round of golf with your friends or would prefer to spend your days pampered by the spa staff, there are no shortage of options in Cabo!
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Feature Hotel: Grand Velas Los Cabos, Montage Los Cabos, Chileno Bay Resort
Acre Restaurant & Cocktail Bar – picturesque farm-to-table restaurant
Toro Latin Kitchen – blend of Latin fare and fresh local seafood with South American, Japanese and Chinese influences
Flora’s Field Kitchen – farm-to-table dining scene that is popular among locals and tourists
Manta – rotating menu focuses on Pacific Rim cuisine and fresh local seafood
Nick-San – one of the most popular local sushi spots in town
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