Los Cabos ended the year on a high note, with high occupancy rates and a record-breaking year, and now 2023 is on track to be another great year for the tourist destination. Tourism numbers have been steadily increasing for the last six or so years, but those numbers skyrocketed in the first year following the ending of the pandemic. Now, as the busiest season approaches, Los Cabos hotels are expected to be over 70% full for spring break too.
Los Cabos Spring Break
Los Cabos is an extremely popular spring break vacation destination among families, celebrities, and, most of all, college-age spring breakers. Every year American and Canadian tourists descend on the warm, sunny vacation destination to escape the cold weather in the U.S. and enjoy all that Los Cabos has to offer. During spring break 2022, just in the month of March alone, more than 300,000 tourists visited Los Cabos.
Los Cabos Spring Break Activities
There are all kinds of activities for both family and college spring breakers in Los Cabos. You’ll find everything from adventurous outdoor and water activities to on-site resort amenities that will keep the family busy all day. And for the college spring break crowd, there are day clubs, nightclubs, and parties day and night.
What To Do During Spring Break In Los Cabos
With so much to do, it’s hard to pick and choose but knowing what your options are is the first step. We’ll provide a short list of some of the most popular spring break activities to enjoy.
- Whale Watching Tour
- Party Boat Tour
- Exploring the Beaches
- Horseback Riding
- Visiting Night and Day Clubs
- Relaxing By Your Resort’s Pool
- Walking Through Old Town San Jose del Cabo
- Visiting the Cabo San Lucas Marina
- Taking a Tour of Land’s End and the Arch
Los Cabos is a vacation destination located on the coast of the Baja California Peninsula and is actually two amazing vacation destinations in one. One part of Los Cabos is Cabo San Lucas, an exciting destination known for all kinds of water sports, a large number of luxury all-inclusive resorts, and an active nightlife. The other half of the vacation destination is San Jose del Cabo, a quieter, more artsy town with a more quintessential Mexican village atmosphere.
Both Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo have beautiful beaches along both the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean. While many of the close to 20 beaches in Los Cabos are not swimmable, they all offer stunning views and a fantastic place to sunbathe and simply enjoy the beautiful weather. Some beaches are definitely better than others, but none will disappoint in the scenery department.
Outside of Los Cabos
By going a little bit outside of Los Cabos, you open up even more options for things to do during your spring break vacation. A day trip to places like Todos Santos, La Paz, Santiago, or Cabo Pulmo will allow you to see a completely different side of the Baja California Peninsula. These places are not as touristy as Los Cabos and have a genuine, authentic Mexican vibe that will allow for a more cultural experience.
Los Cabos started off this year with a 65 percent occupancy rate, and it is expected to start rising in February. Starting off as strong as it did, it won’t be surprising to see occupancy go beyond 70 percent, so if you’re planning a spring break vacation in Los Cabos, the time to book is now.
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