There was once a saying: “Beautiful one day, perfect the next.” That’s how we feel about Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. As fall arrives here in Baja we begin prepping for the end of “shoulder season,” slightly cooler temps and lower humidity. It’s spectacular to say the least.
In October, visitors can expect warm temperatures, but typically not too hot. It’s before the “high” tourist season, so prices are typically going to be better and deals more available. Fewer crowds are also nice for those of us that just want to lounge in peace. Looking towards the seas, October is also the month that the whale migration resumes and the famous Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore and Black and Blue Marlin Tournament return!
Average temperatures and precipitation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (via http://travel.usnews.com/Cabo_San_Lucas_Mexico/When_To_Visit/):