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Spending December in Cabo San Lucas

Christmas is a time to spend time with your loved ones.  For most of us, we head back to our home towns to meet with all of our family.  Now that Christmas is approaching, however, you may be thinking of doing something different this year.  For many people, the sound of going to a sunny beach town, such as Cabo San Lucas, sounds like a dream.  If you’ve never gone to Los Cabos in December, here’s what you can look forward to.


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Beaches

We can’t ignore the fact that one of the reasons that coming to Los Cabos is attractive is that it has amazing beaches.  Anyone who’s looking to escape the cold for a while will be thrilled to hear that the weather is sunny – even in December.  Grab your swimsuits, flip flops, and sundresses and head to the beach for an amazing day of swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking.

 

Whale Season

Did you know that you can go whale watching in Cabo?  The advantage of going to Cabo in December is that this is the time when Gray and Humpback Whales migrate to Los Cabos to give birth to their calves.  These whales stay in the water around Los Cabos till about mid-April, which is when they migrate back home.  That’s why if you’re here during Christmastime, then you should add whale watching in Cabo to your must-do list.

 

Celebrations

You may be coming to Cabo San Lucas for the beach, but you’ll fall in love with the celebrations throughout December.  It may not be the same as your traditions back home, but there are decorations, festivals, and amazing food.  During this time of the year, you’ll find traditional food for the holidays, such as tamales, bunuelos, pozole, ponche (warm punch), and more.

 

Don’t miss out on an unforgettable trip to Cabo San Lucas this December.  One of the advantages of Los Cabos is that it has activities for every type of traveler, meaning you can have a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or even a friend’s trip.

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