What is the things that your should to prepare when you visit in cabo mexico
Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo make up Los Cabos, resort corridor with exclusive beaches, preserved natural spaces, and an adventurous nightlife. If you’re planning a trip to this luxury destination and you should, here’s everything you need to know to get started:
TRANSPORTATION IN CABO
Typically, it’s easiest to fly into the Los Cabos airport (SJD) unless you are already in Mexico. Some hotels offer shuttle service to and from the airport, but to really see the best of Cabo, you’ll want to rent a car. We have found the best rental car prices onRentalCars.com, which searches all of the rental car agencies.
Keep in mind that liability insurance is mandatory when renting a car in Mexico. Loss Damage Wavier (or collision damage) is not mandatory, but before you decline this insurance, make sure your auto insurance or credit card insurance will cover you in Mexico.
If your hotel does not offer shuttle service and you do not want to rent a car, Transcabo offers airport shuttle service starting at $29 USD per person. If you are adventurous and on a very tight budget, it is possible to take the bus from the airport. See more details here.
WHERE TO STAY IN CABO
Casa Del Mar in Cabo San Lucas:
Casa Del Mar sports rooms with ocean view terraces, teak furniture, and marble bathrooms. It’s a paradise of fountains and pools, and has its own private beach and championship golf courses.
This luxury boutique hotel is newly renovated with three gourmet restaurants on site. Each menu features a selection of organic ingredients from their vegetable and herb garden. With impeccable service, saltwater pools, a swim up bar, and stunning ocean views, this 5-star resort has something for everyone.
El Ganzo in San Jose del Cabo:
Art and culture enthusiasts will find live musical performances and curated art exhibits at the Hotel El Ganzo. You’ll always feel avant-garde surrounded by the unique, custom-crafted decor. This adults-only hotel invites artists to come and share their art on the interior and exterior walls of the hotel which creates a truly one of a kind experience for their guests.
El Ganzo offers sustainable farm to table cuisine at its three on-site restaurants, including its private beach club with one of the area’s few swimmable beaches. The rooftop infiniti pool and glass hot tub overlooking the marina is unlike anything I’ve ever seen.
ESSENTIAL GEAR TO BRING ON YOUR CABO VACATION
The weather in Cabo is comfortable year round, ranging from the mid-70’s in the winter to the mid-90’s in the summer.
Wetsuit – If you are visiting in the winter months and you plan to do some diving or snorkeling, you may want to bring a wetsuit. I love this spring suit for snorkeling because it keeps me warm and provides sun protection. For diving in the winter, you will most likely want to bring a 2/3 or 3/4 full wetsuit. I get cold easily when diving, so I prefer the 4/3 suit. Wetsuit Wearhouse has some great deals on full and short wetsuits.
Photo Equipment I highly recommend bringing a GoPro for underwater photos (or selfies!) and a nice camera for whale watching. (See our complete travel camera buying guide here.)
Clothing Don’t forget to bring a light cardigan or sweatshirt and long pants if you visit during the winter months. Sandals or flip flops and a swimsuit are a must any time of year.
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