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Why Winter In Los Cabos Is Perfect For This Growing Travel Trend 

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It’s becoming a well-known fact that Los Cabos is the ultimate vacation destination for nature lovers who are into the nature tourism trend.   

And what better time to enjoy the great outdoors in Los Cabos than the winter months, when temperatures rarely rise above the low 80s?   

This is why winter in Los Cabos is perfect for this growing travel trend, and there are plenty of ways to explore nature during the winter in Los Cabos. 

Mountains and Desert in Los Cabos, Mexico

Blue Flag Beaches 

Although temperatures go down during the winter in Los Cabos, the water is still warm enough for swimming at the beaches.   

And one of the things Los Cabos is most known for is its beaches on the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez.   

Not so incidentally, Los Cabos is home to the most Blue Flag beaches, beaches that meet certain environmental and safety standards, in Latin America.   

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Farm-To-Table Dining 

Farm-to-table dining is becoming a big thing in Los Cabos, and there are some great places to enjoy this unique dining experience.   

Places like Acre, Flora Farms, and Tamarindos provide dining experiences that allow visitors to get a taste of fresh local flavors, bringing visitors closer to the destination they’re visiting.   

During the milder winter temperatures, the experience is especially enjoyable.   

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Marine Life Protection 

The efforts of environmental officials in Los Cabos towards marine life protection make the destination an unbelievable place to explore underwater nature.   

Particularly in nearby Cabo Pulmo National Park, a protected area that is home to more than 800 species of marine life and a flourishing coral reef.   

While late fall is the best time to snorkel at Cabo Pulmo, visitors can enjoy this exciting activity in the winter months as well. 

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Nature Preservation  

Wintertime is also the perfect season for enjoying the preservation of nature that you’ll find at the San Jose Estuary, or Estero San Jose del Cabo, as well.   

This fascinating wildlife reserve covers a huge area only steps away from San Jose del Cabo hotels and resorts and is just a short drive from Cabo San Lucas.   

Wintertime, with its mild temperatures, is the best time to explore the reserve in search of more than 100 different wildlife species. 

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Diverse Landscapes 

It’s no secret that the beaches are what Los Cabos is known for, but the beaches are only part of the diverse landscape that makes up the region.   

When the intense summer heat dies down, it’s the perfect time to explore the desert, mountains, waterfalls, and hot springs that are only a hop, skip, and a jump away from Los Cabos.   

Excursions to any of these natural attractions are a great way to get out of your hotel for a day and see just how diverse Los Cabos is.   

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Wildlife Encounters 

Not only is winter a good time to experience wildlife encounters because of the fantastic weather, but it’s the peak season for certain wildlife encounters too.   

Particularly whale watching, which starts in December when whales migrate from the cold waters of Alaska.   

The season lasts until about April, but the earlier part of the season is when you can expect the best sightings.   

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Nature Tourism In Los Cabos  

It may seem unusual that a place known for having so many luxury all-inclusive resorts is also a nature lover’s destination, but that is exactly what Los Cabos is.   

Visitors can explore diverse landscapes by day and relax in the lap of luxury by night.   

These factors are what make Los Cabos a truly epic vacation destination.

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