STAY COOL Five ways to beat the summer heat By Chris Sands Francisco Estrada Clockwise from top: Buccaneer Queen is a family favorite during the day but provides more adult-oriented pleasures after the sun goes down; snorkeling is a great way to explore the Sea of Cortés; FlyBoarding is one of the newest and most exciting water activities in Los Cabos. 38 LOS CABOS MAGAZINE | SUMMER 2014 CaboPictures.com CaboPictures.com Let’s be honest. There’s a good reason the off-season in Los Cabos is during the summer and autumn months. It can get really hot here. Yes, the tip of the Baja Peninsula is bordered on three sides by water—including the confluence of the Sea of Cortés and the Pacific Ocean—but much of the land terrain is actually desert-like. But there is good news: Not only do hotel rates drop during the off-season, but you can also expect temperatures that probably aren’t that much higher than the place you just left. Plus, we have all that glorious water, and summer and autumn are the peak seasons for Los Cabos water temperatures and visibility.
Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014
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