AMost major airlines fly to Los Cabos International Airport. Delta, Jet Blue, Spirit, Frontier, AeroMexico, American Airlines, Alaska, and United are amongst the most traveled. Please check with your local travel agent for the best option.
AYes, both Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are both safe for tourists to explore and enjoy their Los Cabos vacation peacefully. Typically, the only dangers people are in are from too much fun in the sun.
ANo, Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are two cities that make up Los Cabos. They do share a coastline, but are 20-minutes apart and bring two very different atmospheres to the table. Cabo San Lucas is known for a more vibrant party scene, while San José del Cabo tends to be more laid back. Grand Velas Los Cabos happens to be right in the middle of both.
AMay and June, just before the hurricane season, are the perfect months for beach adventures and watersports, including kayaking, snorkeling, diving and parasailing. From December to March, travelers can catch migrating whales off the Cabo coast, including humpbacks, grays and the majestic blue whale. Late summer and early fall see sport fisherman from all over flock to the area for a chance to catch Dorados, Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Sailfish and Striped Marlin.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is located in the Mountain Standard Time (GMT -7) time zone just like Denver, CO. It is one hour ahead of California's Pacific Standard Time, and two hours ahead of New York's Eastern Standard Time Zone.
Cabo's Sonoro Gulf Coast Desert climate sees sun year-round. Winter months from December through March average in the mid 70's, while the summer months, June through September, can get just above 100 degrees. Pack accordingly and don't forget floppy hats, sunglasses, and sunblock. Evenings cool off significantly due to less humidity. Hurricane season runs from June through November, with August through October having typically the strongest winds. The spring months, March through May, bring comfortable warm breezes and 80-degree temperatures.
AWith breathtaking beaches at every turn, beach hopping in Los Cabos is the way to go. Some are great for surfing, some for snorkeling, and some are safe for swimming. Due to powerful undertows and treacherous waves, many beaches are not swimmable and therefore are best for just sunbathing. Playa Solmar, Lover's Beach, Divorce Beach, Chilleno Beach and Tequila Cove are amongst Los Cabo's swimmable beaches.
AAside from amazing family-friendly activities found right at our resort, there are many attractions nearby perfect for mom, dad, and the kids. Cabo Dolphins and Cabo Submarine are two of the top choices for young children. Surf lessons at High Tide Sea Expeditions or Sea Trek, and Scuba adventures with Cabo Expeditions may appeal to the older kids. Everyone loves Wild Wet Fun Water Park, just north of San José del Cabo. Take a camel ride along the beach, or swim, snorkel and play in the sand at the many local beaches.
AYes, our personalized concierge service is available 24 hours/day for all of your travel needs. They are on hand to help book tours and excursions so that you can experience all the best Los Cabos has to offer. Check out our experiences page for some local options.