Los Cabos Wedding
The festive beachside towns of Los Cabos, Mexico, entices travelers with sun-warmed surf, world-class golf courses, and visions of reclining on the beach with feet propped up and a margarita in hand. Although it is well known as a popular tourist destination and nonstop party atmosphere, this Mexican paradise is also filled with natural wonders, including the Sea of Cortez, and the place Jacques Cousteau called "the world's aquarium." Enjoy Los Cabos' unique juxtaposition of relaxation and entertainment, setting the scene for a perfect, stress-free destination wedding, while giving you and your guests the ultimate tropical vacation.
- Peak Season: Expect 360 days of sunshine and average 70-degree F temperatures. Avoid popular U.S. spring break dates.
- Currency: Mexican Peso
- Language: Spanish. English is widely spoken.
- Passport Required: Yes
Culture & History
The sleepy fishing villages of Los Cabos were once isolated from travelers, but new highways have eased transportation concerns, transforming Los Cabos into a busy tourist destination. The area now boasts an expanding population and thriving local economy. A unique regional pride sets the Baja region apart from mainland Mexico, and a growing expatriate community in Los Cabos creates a cosmopolitan culture, making it a magnet for loved ones to seek out hip yet romantic Los Cabos wedding resorts.
Local Wedding Appeal
Los Cabos is an easy flight from the western United States to the tip of Baja, Mexico. The Sea of Cortez creates a natural water barrier that separates Baja from the rest of Mexico and provides a stunning backdrop for a destination wedding. Visitors find it extremely easy to navigate the area's two main towns, Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo, which are separated by a four-lane, 20-mile corridor fringed by major resorts, golf courses, recreation areas, and hotels offering the best location for stunning Los Cabos wedding packages.