Travel Best Bets Package Includes
- Round trip airfare from Vancouver to Los Cabos
- 7 nights all-inclusive hotel at your choice below
- Round trip transfers from airport to hotel and hotel to airport
Air, 7 nights all-inclusive hotel and transfers
Dec 19: $1299 + $434 tax (Barcelo Gran Faro; 4-star) Kids 2-12 $799 + $414 tax
Dec 19: $2069 + $434 tax (Hyatt Ziva; 4.5-star) Kids 2-12 $659 + $404 tax
Dec 28: $2669 + $453 tax (Secrets Puerto Los Cabos; 5-star) Adults Only*
Dec 30: $1865 + $440 tax (Riu Santa Fe; 4-star) Kids 2-12 $915 + $410 tax
Dec 30: $2245 + $440 tax (Riu Palace; 5-star)
*Indicates packages that free connectors may be available from Castlegar, Cranbrook, Fort St. John, Kamloops, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Penticton, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Sandspit, Smithers, Terrace, Victoria, Calgary, Whitehorse
Many different package lengths between 5-18 nights available, please inquire!
Los Cabos, Mexico
Located on the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos is one of Mexico’s most breathtaking beach destinations. Stretching nearly 33 km, Los Cabos, which means the Capes, includes the picturesque 18th-century mission town of San Jose del Cabo to the northeast, Cabo San Lucas at the southernmost tip of the peninsula where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet.
Los Cabos offers first-rate tourist service, including top quality hotels and condominiums, superb golf courses, marinas and restaurants. Wonderful facilities are available for fishing, swimming and sailing. Playa Chileno is ideal for diving, while the area between Cabo San Lucas and Cabo Pulmo is perfect for surfing.
The climate is dry year-round, with an average temperature of 24 C. Los Cabos claims to have about 300 days of sunshine annually. The climate is much cooler from December through March. Average annual rainfall is 25.4cm, most with occurring during the months of September and October.
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Attractions & Sites
San Jose del Cabo and San Jose Mission
Walking along the lovely boulevards and plazas you will discover colonial style buildings and beautiful gardens. Artists thrive here in this very friendly town. Visitors can ride mules or bicycles to visit the church of the San Jose Mission founded in 1730 by the Jesuits Jose de Echeverria and Nicolas Tamaral. Above the church entrance, built in 1940, is a scene of the martyrdom of Father Tamaral when he was killed by the Pericu Indians.
Museo de las Californias
This small museum offers a collection of artifacts, maps, tools, photographs and journals that date back to the expeditions of Cortez in the 1500’s. This museum is one of the first to show a collection whose main purpose is designed to preserve the history of this area.
Pasado Marina de Museo
The walls are covered with the works of taxidermists while a variety of sharks and tuna hang from the ceiling. Even if you’re not a fisherman this museum presents interesting views of local species that you may have never seen before.
Estuary of San Jose
This freshwater lagoon is now a game reserve with nearly 200 bird species. Once roamed by pirates in search of fresh water, you can rent kayaks to explore the lagoon and its feathered friends. Who knows, you might stumble across a lost treasure.
The Old Lighthouse at Cabo Falso
Tumbledown building that recalls the port’s past. It is built on small hill overlooking part of the bay and its quays. It can only be accessed on horseback or all-terrain vehicles which can be rented.
A boat ride will take you to these enormous blocks of rock, located at the junction between the Pacific and the Sea of Cortes. In addition to the spectacular landscape, it is quite common to see groups of sea lions and seals on the seashore, basking in the sun.
The Cabo San Lucas Marina
A rectangular, protective dike located between Medano Beach and the peninsula has 288 docks where you can rent boats for fishing or sailing.
Finally, you can’t leave without seeing the wonderful, unusually shaped Punta Balandra, one of Los Cabos’ distinctive landmarks.
The currency is the Mexican peso (MXN/MXV). Automated banking machine services are available throughout the country. Canadian debit and credit cards are widely accepted; however, Canadian currency and traveller’s cheques are not.
There is a limit to the amount of U.S. dollars that both residents and foreigners can exchange in Mexico, depending on your immigration status in Mexico. Although the rule does not apply to Canadian dollars, some financial institutions, hotels, and currency exchange bureaus are not making the distinction.
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