Where to Stay & Why - The rentals perfect location lets you hear the waves, watch the surf, and enjoy the beautiful ocean views. Offering a lot of space, there are more than just 1 bedroom and bathroom, with fully equipped kitchen(s) to make your vacation complete and easy. If you decide to stay and enjoy the sunrise or sunset in the living room, theres satellite TV, WiFi, DVD player, and some even have free long distance Vonage phone service to connect you to anyone whenever you want, lots of books, and if you need it, a printer/scanner. Some of the vacation rentals feature a patio, BBQ grill, dining table and/or seating area where you can watch the ocean or exotic birds, and a swimming pool suitable for kids and adults for a refreshing dip. Other perks include washer and dryer, parking, plus you can hire private chefs or cleaning services and for assistance to get connected to the best outdoor adventures, restaurants, and great shopping.
What to See & Do - The rentals are conveniently close to markets, restaurants, and all watersports. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a lot of activities like marine rides on cutters and boats, diving, and fishing, hiking, going through the forest and visiting historical sites. You can stroll the main square, Plaza Mijares; browse the galleries in the Art District; or visit the mission of San Jose del Cabo Church. For some fine beaches, stroll and splash at Barco Varado, Chileno, Palmilla, Santa Maria and Vista del Arco beaches. These areas are great if you want to get away from the crowds and enjoy at the shoreline. Experience the nature and adventure by kayaking, horseback riding, nature walks, cliff hikes, sunset cruises, watching the amazing whales and sea lions are just some of the activities you can enjoy in the area.
Where to Eat & Drink - The dining scene has expanded incredibly as chefs from the U.S and Europe test their talents with the local seafood, fruits, and herbs. Fresh fish - particularly dorado, tuna, wahoo, and snapper - is definitely the areas specialty. Drop by El Toro Guero for an afternoon comida, with a variety of seafood dishes such as ceviche, tacos, and filetes. Las Guacamayas serves mainly beef, pork, and chicken tacos, quesadillas, and sopes. For some fun and entertainment after the sun goes down, make your way to Cabo Wabo, The Giggling Marlin or El Squid Roe for their vibrant nightlife.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - The Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) is the main airport serving the two cities. San Jose del Cabo can be reached by the Transpeninsular Hwy (Highway 1), which connects San Jose del Cabo with Cabo San Lucas in the west and La Paz (Mexico) in the north. There are car rental agencies in the airport and in San Jose del Cabo. Public transportation or local buses run between the two cities with service every 20-30 minutes. Buses stop at most attractions and beaches along Highway 1.
When to Go - With an average of 360 days of sun per year, the best weather occurs from mid-October to November, and then again from April to mid-May. If you plan on fishing, book your trip for August through November, as this is the prime season for sport. If youre traveling with young children or want to avoid the crowds, steer away from the peak season which runs from December until Easter, and includes a number of Spring Break weeks.
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