Cabo San Lucas is the grand finale to Mexico’s Baja California peninsula and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. This resort-style city has everything from relaxing and serene waters to a rough and rowdy surfer’s paradise. Cabo is busy year-round, but its peak travel times fall between November through April and pick up again from July to September. Although July through September are busy, it is also hurricane season. So, those beautiful months also come with some guaranteed rainy days to plan for.
When working on a private aviation trip to Cabo San Lucas, you will land at the Cabo San Lucas International Airport, which is located about 20 minutes north. For inflight dining options on your departure from Cabo, your needs can be fulfilled through the Air Culinaire Worldwide® Network. As always, it is best to plan your inflight catering needs at least 48 hours ahead for the details of your next leg, especially during peak season. The easiest way to plan and order your in-flight catering is via the ACW Menu app, available for Apple and Android mobile devices.
Whether it’s getting up before the sunrises and going deep sea fishing or sleeping in and getting a massage on the beach, there is something for everybody in Cabo. One of the must see areas is Lover’s Beach. This strip of sand is only accessible by boat and is completely unbothered, head here if you are looking to soak up a little sun. For the more active, surfing is the way to go. Zippers is just as great for surfers and as it is for spectators.
Maybe got a little too much sun or just want to cool off? Head over to Puerto Paraiso and Luxury Avenue. These two malls have over 125 stores and restaurants. Puerto Paraiso even has a movie theater if shopping isn’t your cup of tea. Another must do is a spa day! When relaxing in a beautiful beach town like Cabo, there is no shortage of spas. Two of the best around are The Spa at Esperanza and Luna & Mar. These luxury spas will take care of you from the moment you walk in, with everything from basic facial to full body treatment.
After relaxing inside, satisfy your hunger with some local cuisine. Due to its resort style, many vacationers rarely, if ever leave the grounds. But outside the walls of the resorts are some of the hidden gems of the city. For not only some of the best food but also the best views head to La Roca. Where you can whale-watch, right from your table, while diving into some of the best seafood the city has to offer. For a true experience, many go to El Matador. Owned by a former matador, Pablo Velez, it serves some of the best Mediterranean Mexican food. Featuring a main dining areas as well as a courtyard, El Matador is truly one of a kind.
Cabo San Lucas is a city like no other, offering activities and cuisine for all kinds of travelers. Although the resorts are beautiful and luxurious, make sure to step outside the walls and experience some of the locale fare. The beaches have something for everyone from surfing and whale watching to sun tanning and massages. This city is busy year round and is one of the ultimate vacation spots, an absolute must see. Cabo has captured the hearts of many and will continue to do so for years to come, make sure you get the chance to see why.
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