Cabo San Lucas Travel Guide
Cabo San Lucas is the favorite tourist destination for national and international tourists, with an ideal weather to enjoy its beaches all year round. Located in the southernmost part of the Mexican peninsula of Baja California, where two seas meet, the Sea of Cortez (also called Gulf of California) and the Pacific Ocean. Here, the desert and the ocean come together creating breathtaking landscapes with only few months of rain, allowing endless tourist activities.
Cabo San Lucas joins its sister city, San José del Cabo, by a scenic road called the Tourist Corridor, where most of the beaches, golf courses are located, as well as a view of the sea all along the route. Both cities are in the Municipality of Los Cabos and together they form one of the main tourist destinations of Mexico.
Cabo, as it is also known, has gained popularity as a resting place for famous artists and musicians who prefer it for being a discreet destination, heavenly and close to the west coast of the United States.
Most of the tourists arrive by the International Airport of San José del Cabo, also smaller flights arrive at the Airport of Cabo San Lucas. For lovers of the sea and the nautical crossings, Cabo has a very active marina with all the amenities to receive your boat.
The climate in Cabo varies for months; the average annual temperature is 82 °F, although during the summer months it can reach 98 °F. Tropical Cyclone season starts in September and ends in November.