Cabo San Lucas' location at the tip of the Baja Peninsula makes it ideally placed for whale watching. The Sea of Cortez is a natural safe harbor for many species of cetaceans (whales and dolphins) including sperm whales, orca/killer whales, and at least three species of dolphins. The deep Pacific ocean waters off the coast host migrating humpback whales, Gray whales, and Blue whales. It's this diversity of species at the confluence of the two bodies of water that makes whale watching in Cabo San Lucas unique.
Cabo is world renowned for its rich fishing culture, with even the most amateur of fishers guaranteed to catch something impressive year-round. Cabo San Lucas is largely referred to as the Marlin capital of the world, with the winter season proving to be a prime time to snag one of these beauties. From Striped Marlin to Tuna to Dorado, Cabo is the epitome of world class fishing.
When we think of the holiday season, more often than not we think of snow days and cozy nights by the fire, of bundling up against the cold and celebrating family festivities the winter way. However, there are a number of sun-drenched locations ready to offer an entirely new holiday experience, with Los Cabos topping the list. If you have not vacationed in Los Cabos during December you have not experienced the December Holidays. Forget the snow enjoy the beautiful and sunny weather.