It’s not quite holiday season yet, but you’re probably already itching to take a break from the stress of daily life and go somewhere warm and relaxing.
Los Cabos is always a good idea: beautiful sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, perfect and almost perpetual sunny weather. But aside from these natural attractions, there are a few special things you can do in Cabo at this time of the year, that will not only give you your much needed respite but also enrich your life, in one way or the other.
Sea Turtle Release Program
Thanks to the conservation efforts of several organizations, we are now seeing a steady increase of sea turtle populations. They return to their home in the shores of Baja Peninsula between June and September to lay eggs on the coast of their birthplace. After two months, the eggs will start to hatch and releasing baby turtles into the waters is one of the most fascinating things you can do. Witness them march across the sand and wade into the waters, starting a whole new life cycle yet again.
San Jose del Cabo Art Walk
This is a popular weekly event held every Thursday evening from 5-9 pm between the months of November and June, and marks the opening of the Gallery Street, away from the hustle and bustle of the main street. Take a walk through colorful back boulevards and marvel at the creativity and skills of some of the best artists in town. If you’re lucky, you might even witness the opening of a new exhibition. Cap off your leisurely stroll with a glass of wine or a fine dish from any of the nearby restaurants in the area.
Sabor a Cabo Festival
The annual Sabor a Cabo or “The Flavors of Cabo” is an International Gastronomy and Wine Event held every December. In this time of the year, some of the world’s best chefs gather to bring guests a variety of cuisines infused with Mexican flair. Aside from delicious food and drinks, you can also enjoy hip festivities with exciting music and a lively atmosphere. If you’re someone who likes to party in style, this is the perfect place to be. This year is the 11th edition of Sabo a Cabo and festival will start on December 10th.
Whale Watching Season
Whale watching season starts during the first few weeks of December as whales take their migration route through the waters of the Sea of Cortez. From here until March of the following year, visitors have a high chance of catching a glimpse of these magnificent giants. Marvel at the spectacular humpback whales as they breach and slap their tails in the ocean. During winter, you might also see orcas, minky whales and bride whales.
Indeed, with all the attractions and activities Los Cabos has to offer, it’s easy to find yourself falling in love with this beautiful city. If you’re considering making this your yearly getaway or even your permanent residence, head on to CaboCribs.com and get all the help you need in finding your dream home in this irresistible paradise.