Near your Cabo San Lucas vacation home, watch the sun rise over turquoise waters and sublime rock formations at Land’s End. But if you’re up at sunrise, you’ve probably been partying all night. This once quiet fishing village at the tip of the Baja peninsula has become the place for fiesta and siesta for everyone from the rich and famous to college kids on break. But there’s much more to do in Cabo besides living the high life. The area is known for snorkeling and scuba diving rich with marRead More
With glorious sun almost every day of the year, Cabo San Lucas is inviting any time. High season officially hits from mid-November through May with Christmas and spring break being especially crowded and wild. You’ll typically find the weather picture perfect during this time of the year with highs in the mid 70s to 80s and lows in the 60s. Though whale watchers tend to stay along the Sea of Cortez in La Paz and Loreto from December to April, whale-watching season closely parallels high seasRead More
You don’t have to pay an arm and a leg for the bold, authentic flavors that stand out in the sea of restaurants near your Cabo San Lucas vacation house. Go to an incredible restaurant before dancing on tables until dawn. As a rule of thumb, drink, don’t eat at Cabo’s bars and nightclubs. And beware of price gouging, especially at the tourist bars—pay cash if you can.
Maro’s Shrimp House Av. Hildago St./N. Across from La Dolce Restaurant, Cabo San Lucas 95628, 044-624-355-8060Read More
When you rent a Cabo San Lucas vacation home, prepare to unwind, explore, and party. Several days to a week's visit would be ideal. But if time is limited, an extended weekend is possible, as well.Read More