When should I avoid Cabo San Lucas?

When should I avoid Cabo San Lucas?

Los Cabos has great weather and family-friendly activities going on almost all year long, but there are two times of the year families might want to avoid, the first being the rainy, hot season in August and September.

How many days in Cabo is enough?

Our ideal timing would be around 10 days, allowing for a 3 day resort stay, 3 days in Cabo San Lucas, and the remainder to explore the nearby towns of Todos Santos and La Paz.

How do I spend a day in Cabo San Lucas?

Enjoy your trip to Cabo!

  1. Take a Whale Watching Cruise (one of the most exciting things to do in Cabo San Lucas!)
  2. Take a Swim On Lover’s Beach (Playa del Amor)
  3. Grab a Cocktail & Watch The Sunset.
  4. Jet Skiing, Parasailing & Kayaking at Medano Beach.
  5. Eat Your Weight in Tacos & Guacamole.
  6. Dance The Night Away at El Squid Roe.

Is Cabo better than Cancun?

Cancun is home to beautiful beaches and vibrant nightlife, while Cabo is mainly known for the luxury stays and pampering. If you want to party, Cancun is the place for you, but if you prefer a laidback atmosphere and more time spent relaxing, Cabo is the better choice.

How much money should I bring to Cabo San Lucas?

You should plan to spend around M$1,882 ($93) per day on your vacation in Cabo San Lucas, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, M$717 ($35) on meals for one day and M$356 ($18) on local transportation.

What food is Cabo known for?

Cabo Popular Food

  • Mexican Chocolate Clam.
  • Shrimp and Fish Tacos.
  • Smoked Marlin.
  • Comida de Pobres.
  • Guemes Tamales and Fajados Chicken Tamales.
  • Pitahaya.

Where did the Kardashians stay in Cabo?

About the Resort Kourtney, Travis, and their children stayed at the Las Ventanas al Paraiso Resort while in Cabo. While the resort caters to the likes of celebrities, they also have many other suites and villa options for their non-famous but equally-important guests.

How should I dress in Cabo San Lucas?

You can dress casual as well! We went sailing one day, and just wore swimsuits with a simple coverup for the trip. We also brought along sunglasses and sunscreen, but that’s it! On our first day we walked into town and wore just swimsuits and coverups as well.

Can I use US dollars in Cabo?

Although Mexico’s national currency is the Peso, Cabo San Lucas and other places in Los Cabos will accept U.S. dollars (USD) for convenience. Popular tourist areas, as well as shops, restaurants, and other establishments, accept U.S. dollars and major credit cards.