With amazing weather and sunny beaches during the typically colder months in other locations around the world, Los Cabos is a popular winter vacation destination that only seems to be rising in popularity every day.
Throughout this year, tourism in Los Cabos has continued to break previously set records, with travelers from across the globe flocking to the TikTok trending destination.
The amount of visitors to Los Cabos has been so high that it has surpassed numbers seen prior to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
From September onward, tourists visiting the Baja California Sur trending spot can experience the best that Los Cabos has to offer.
During the months of September, October, November, and December, it is peak animal-watching season, the most temperate time of year, and the most festive part of the year.
Visitors can witness turtles nesting and hatching, see more whales than ever when whale watching, and so much more.
Recent reports indicate that the tourist numbers reflect this favoritism towards Los Cabos, and they’re only going up from here.
Hotel Occupancy Higher In Fall Months
Recently released tourism reports indicate that Los Cabos hotels will have an occupancy higher than 70% through the final months of the year (October, November, and December).
According to Lilzi Orci, the president of the Los Cabos Hotels Association, in September Los Cabos hotels had an occupancy rate of 52%.
Based on new reports, hotel occupancy rates are predicted to skyrocket in just one month based on several key factors.
The months of October, November, and December draw high volumes of tourists due to the wide variety of numerous sports tournaments and competitions, as well as several notable holidays and local festivals.
Orci noted that Thanksgiving and Christmas in particular are the “highest days of the year,” with people flocking to the warm destination from all over the world to spend quality time celebrating with their loved ones.
Fall and Winter-Specific Events and Festivities
When visiting Los Cabos during the fall and winter months, you can participate in various local festivities, celebrate larger holidays, and witness various sports competitions.
Sport fishing and golf are particularly popular in Baja California Sur, so people come from far and wide to watch players compete against one another for various prizes.
You can also eat amazing local dishes, see musical performances, and dance in the streets when you join in on local celebrations of National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month and Día de los Muertos.
Los Cabos is known for its incredible biodiversity, and after the hurricane season, these months are also the best time to spot animals, marine life, and plants.
Because of the warm temperatures and stable climate, the fall and winter months are the best time to go kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, paddleboarding, surfing, swimming with dolphins and whale sharks, and more.
Moreover, by visiting Los Cabos around Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s, you can celebrate the bigger international holidays with the locals and your friends and family and enjoy the warm weather during the most wonderful time of the year.
How to Secure Your Winter Trip to Los Cabos
In order to combat the crowds and avoid high prices, you can secure your winter trip to Los Cabos by booking your stay at an all-inclusive resort.
With endless on-site dining, entertainment, and accommodation options, all-inclusive resorts can save you money and time.
All-inclusive resorts make staying in Los Cabos during one of the busiest times of the year easy, affordable, and stress-free.
Without having to leave the hotel for various amenities, you can spend quality time with your family over the holidays by taking advantage of the hotel’s amenities for a lower cost.
To figure out which Los Cabos all-inclusive resort to book your stay, new reports for 2023 have listed which ones are the most affordable and highly ranked by previous travelers.
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