Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, is located at the southern end of Baja California, along the Pacific Ocean. Known for its sparkling sand and clear waters, Cabo has family-friendly beaches, many hotel options to choose from, and vibrant nightlife. Playa del Amor beach is best known for its clear azure waters and makes a great destination for snorkeling. Medano Beach is the principal beach in Cabo, and it features a roped-off swimming area. Medano stretches for miles along the coast and is complete with a jogging trail. Guests who want to enjoy the sun and sand without swimming may want to catch a sunset at Solmar Beach.
The city has an airport shuttle bus that moves between the Plaza Las Glorias and Cabo San Lucas International Airport (CSL). The shuttle runs every two hours and takes about 30 minutes to reach the airport from downtown Cabo. To get to the Playa del Amor, visitors can hire a water taxi.
Cabo is known for its nightlife, and there are numerous bars and restaurants in the city's entertainment district. Cabo San Lucas gets nearly 360 days of sunshine during the year. October through April is when most travelers visit, and temperatures range from the 80s during the day to the 60s in the evening. From May to September, it's common for temperatures to exceed 100. January through March marks the peak season for whale watching.