Hot, sunny, with low humidity and an average of 10 days of rain per year, San José del Cabo enjoys a desert climate beside the sea. Average temperatures drop no lower than 15°C (60°F) and can reach 35°C (95°F) during July to September. Chances of rain are greatest during these months, which can even bring the occasional chubasco (tropical storm).
During winter temperatures in the area stay pretty warm and the sun just keeps on shining, making this an excellent time to visit.
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San José del Cabo airport is 10km (6mi) north of town and handles the significant tourist arrivals for the entire cape region, including San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas.
You can taxi from the airport into town or walk 25mins to the Transpeninsular Hwy to catch a bus. Los Cabos Express operates a shuttle bus service from the airport.
Footpower is the locally preferred mode of transport around San José del Cabo, due to the town's compact dimensions and the relatively short walk (30min) between Plaza Mijares and the Zona Hotelera.
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