On a trip to Los Cabos, sunshine is almost always on the weather forecast. The region receives a mere 10” of rain each year. Fall in Los Cabos is a favorite time for fishing. The hot summer months see temperatures hovering around the 90s F and short bursts of rain known as sunshower breaks. December through April offers more temperate climate, with temperatures in the high 70s and 80s.
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Set along the Pacific Coast, this adults-only resort offers gourmet restaurants, 18-hole golf course, world-class spa and two sparkling pools.
The fact that Los Cabos lies at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula earned it the title of the “Land’s End.”
Los Cabos is considered the “Striped Marlin Capital of the World.”
During the winter, whales call these warm waters home, raising their young in the Sea of Cortez before migrating north.
Because the Sea of Cortez is one of the richest and most spectacular marine environments on earth, Jacques Cousteau coined this sea, “The Aquarium of the World.”
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