Cabo is a fantastic place to visit almost any time of the year. As you land and see the #CABO sign at the airport, you get a sense of all the fun and excitement in store for people coming just to have a good time. While the region isn't immune to bad weather, it has a great year-round climate, and escapes some of the volatility on the eastern coast of Mexico and in the Caribbean even during hurricane season. With this beautiful weather (and a good bit of sunscreen) comes some great cycling.
Stand up paddleboarding (or 'SUP' as it is sometimes called) is a water sport that involves standing or kneeling on a board and propelling through the water with the use of a paddle. Unlike traditional surfing, stand up paddleboarding uses a paddle and can be done in any kind of water. It is recommended for beginners and experienced water and board lovers alike.
Are you a professional who has an extremely demanding job? Are you a parent who is caring for the kids nonstop? Do you just need a luxurious getaway? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may need to just "getaway." "To where?" You may ask. This is an easy answer. Cabo San Lucas in Mexico is home to a variety of luxury spas and wellness centers. That's right! Spa centers where you can just kick back and relax. "But what spa do you choose?", may be your second question. Well, here are four of the most exciting luxury spa and wellness centers in Cabo San Lucas.
The Natural History Museum Cabo San Lucas, referenced by Spanish guests as Musao de Historia Natural de abo San Lucas, first opened its doors on October 9th of 2006. For this building to house a historical museum is appropriate considering it was originally was the site of "Articulo 123 Naciones Unidas," the first primary school in Cabo San Lucas. Guaranteed to have artifacts to delight and educate all visitors, children and teens will find the birds, reptiles and marine mammals quite interesting.
You’ve booked your hotel suite or vacation villa at Los Cabos and are eager to experience one of the Baja peninsula’s most exquisite retreats. You’ve bought tickets for your flight. Nearly everything’s ready for a truly memorable holiday. Just one thing remains: arranging transportation from Cabo San Lucas Airport to your final destination at Los Cabos.
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.