There’s something extra lovely about Los Cabos in the summer. Yes, this is what’s considered low season. And, yes, temperatures can get a bit, um, hot (the average Cabo San Lucas high in July is 96 degrees). But the slower pace and hotter temperatures allow for those who do visit to get a special experience: the sensation of having little slices of Los Cabos all to themselves. Maybe it’s a midday siesta on the beach. A quiet, early morning breakfast looking out at the Cabo San Lucas Bay. A more intimate sunset cruise or snorkel adventure.
We have tips on how to beat the summer heat with “Making a Splash,” page 40. Longtime Los Cabos guide Beto Haro highlights five fun adventures that’ll get your adrenaline going without breaking a sweat. You can work on your tan or get in a nice swim at many of beaches highlighted by Chris Sands in “Summer Beach Breakdown,” page 48.
Like to hit the links? Los Cabos is an unparalleled region for golf, and in “To a Tee,” page 44, Sands explores the history and highlights of the local golf scene.
Escape to the palm oasis of Todos Santos for a truly magical experience. The artists colony and federally recognized pueblo mágico is located about one hour north of Cabo San Lucas, and in “The Colony,” page 24, Sandra A. Berry gives tips on how to plan the perfect day trip.
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