Are you planning to visit Cabo in winter? There is so much to do during the winter season, don’t be limited by hearing the word “Winter”. Winter is actually a peak season in Cabo, meaning that you might have to pay a bit more for your accommodations. Whether you’re traveling alone, with friends, with your partner, or as a family, there are plenty of activities for you do to on your Winter vacation in Los Cabos.
One of the most demanded activities to enjoy in the winter time in Cabo is whale watching. Here at Nauticlux we offer private and shared cruises for whale watching at amazing rates. Ask for our tours packages and you’ll be surprised. Many people have seen these majestic creatures in their natural habitat and crossed it out of their bucket list. Having the opportunity to see the beautiful, powerful up close and personal is something you need to experience at least once in a lifetime. .
If you love fishing, then Cabo is the perfect place for you. Winter is when fishing is at its peak in the area. Everything from tournaments to casual line-casting is available. You can charter private boats for the day with us if you want to go out farther.
Despite it being winter, Cabo San Lucas has a temperate climate all year, which means the area has ideal hiking weather in the winter. The Sierra de la Laguna mountain range is just outside of Cabo San Lucas, providing a beautiful landscape for nature lovers to enjoy while hiking.
Enjoy the Holidays
Just because there isn’t any snow in Cabo it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the holidays! The town of Cabo San Lucas is decorated for setting the ambience of holidays. Holiday parties and festivals are available around town.
There are also plenty of parties for New Year’s Eve, including lots of fireworks to enjoy. One local resort is even famous for its annual costume party on New Year’s Eve
Hit the Beach
Going to the beach may not seem like a winter activity, but in Cabo it is! The temperature is often in the upper 70s and 80s, meaning a perfect weather for enjoying the beach.
The most common tourist beach is Medano Beach, so it will be lively and have plenty of shopping and a variety of food options nearby.
Chileno Beach is a great option preferred by many locals, as its calm waters make it ideal for snorkeling.
If you want a quiet, relaxing experience, Palmilla Beach is the one.
With a bit of planning and time you can take advantage of all that Cabo has to offer in the winter months.