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Los Cabos Among Cheapest International Destinations To Fly To This Fall According To New Report

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In 2023, Los Cabos has been breaking tourism records, with travelers venturing from far and wide to experience the famous crystal clear waters and idyllic white sand beaches. 

Recently, in comparison to last year’s numbers, the Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico released a report that found approximately a 10% increase in international passengers flying into Los Cabos International Airport. 

In September alone, Los Cabos has beat vacation low-season odds and expectations, with tourists flocking to the Baja California Sur hotspot daily, as hotel prices have remained high when they typically decreased in past years. 

However, new reports show that Los Cabos is actually one of the cheapest international destinations for tourists to fly to this fall.


Reportedly, TripAdvisor recently found that 74% of Americans are planning to vacation somewhere this fall, beating last year’s statistics. 

In a similar vein, Priceline conducted a study to find the most popular upcoming travel destinations for this autumn, and included in this list was Los Cabos, ranking highly in terms of both popularity and affordability. 

Here’s why Los Cabos can fit the interests and financial needs of any traveler, making it one of the most popular vacation destinations of 2023. 

little boy at beach facing ocean


You’ve definitely seen the TikToks and the never-ending flood of travel blogs talking up Los Cabos as the ultimate luxury vacation destination for 2023. 

Known for its biodiversity, Los Cabos has endless ocean-based activities to pursue, various amazing dining options, safe blue-flag beaches to explore, and all-inclusive resorts to stay at. Los Cabos is unparalleled in its amenities for tourists. 

person at the beach carrying paddleboard

At the sustainable and swimmer-friendly beaches, you can snorkel, swim with dolphins, kayak, paddleboard, scuba dive, and even horseback ride. 


Thrillist reported that Priceline findings revealed that a roundtrip flight to Los Cabos could cost as low as $486.

The numerous all-inclusive resorts also allow tourists to vacation in style on a budget with their various in-house amenities and travel deals. While not all the all-inclusives are highly affordable, those who want to travel on a budget can still find some options in Los Cabos.

These various family-friendly all-inclusive resorts often include dining and entertainment options for customers to pursue at little to no cost, allowing them to maximize their fun without compromising their budget. 

Tourists in a Pool in an All-Inclusive Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

In addition to reasonable accommodations, the water-based or land-based activities to book in Los Cabos range in price, and you can choose which tour group fits your financial needs and interests. 

There is also a wide variety of flights and local transportation options (by car or boat) that are lower in price and will allow travelers to get around Los Cabos easily without breaking the bank. 

people in a cab

What to do in Los Cabos in the fall

Although the fall season is typically a low season for travel, the same rules do not apply to Los Cabos. 

Because of the amazing weather and never-ending event calendar, there is no shortage of sites to see and things to do in autumn in Los Cabos. 

Venture to Los Cabos in September, October, November, or December and experience the best of the vacation destination’s biodiversity as it is peak turtle hatching and whale watching season. 

whale jumping out of water

By going to Los Cabos in this timeframe, you can also join in on the festivities put on in honor of National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month and be a part of local parades and dance performances. 

In celebrating National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month, you can also try the best of the local cuisine, as restaurants and street vendors go all out for the joyous time of year. 

If you book your tickets for your trip in early November, you can also participate in one of the most well-known local holidays, Día de los Muertos, also known as “the Day of the Dead.”

three women dressed for dia de los muertos

In being a part of Día de los Muertos, you can take part in traditions dating back thousands of years and see the incredibly colorful costumes and skeleton makeup locals don for the occasion. 

Book your next trip to Los Cabos within the next couple of months and enjoy the best that the BCS hotspot has to offer. 

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