The warm waters of Cabo welcome visitors all year and have special appeal to guests during the autumn and winter when the weather up north turns cold. Our seasonal visitors include migratory whales fleeing the freezing waters of the Arctic. Come visit Cabo during whale season to see as many as eight kinds of whales--including blue whales, the biggest mammals on Earth--take advantage of our safe, shallow lagoons to raise their babies before migrating back north in March.
The most common whale seen on whale watching tours near Cabo San Lucas, though, are humpbacks and gray whales. Though the behavior of wild creatures can never be guaranteed, sightings are almost certain by mid-December. The whales may be seen swimming, slapping tails, and breaching the water; lucky travelers may get to see mating or nurturing activities. You'll likely see other sea life, such as dolphins and sea lions, along with the whales. Tours are often available throughout the day.
While sightings of these magnificent creatures can be the thrill of a lifetime, the thrills of a vacation in Cabo aren't limited to whale watching. Solmar Hotels & Resorts offers five luxury properties in Los Cabos, all with pools and beach access that make the water a highlight of your vacation whether you see a whale or not. You can get your heart pounding with adventure activities like ziplines and flyboarding, and the nightlife of Cabo keeps heart-pounding excitement happening after dark. Whether you visit during whale season or another time of year, you'll have thrilling memories to take home with you.