Los Cabos Events

Los Cabos is brimming with activities, festivals, and seasonal events. Explore our events calendar of holidays, fishing tournaments, and celebrations. Also check out our activities page for more fun ideas.
New Year’s Day
January 1

Continuing the celebrations from the previous evening, festivities include parades and fireworks throughout Mexico as well as agricultural fairs in rural areas.

Feast Day of San Antonio de Abad
January 17

This is a Mexican religious holiday during which the Catholic Church allows animals to enter the church for blessing.

Candelmas
February 2

Día de la Candelaria heralds the arrival of spring with candlelight processions, music, food and dance. The traditional blessing of seeds and candles co-mingles pre-Hispanic and European traditions.

Constitution Day
February 4

Official speeches and ceremonies are conducted nationwide.

Carnaval
March 5

An indulgent celebration before the sober fasting period of Catholic Lent. This week before Lent is filled with feasting, drinking, parades and dancing in the streets that culminates on "Fat Tuesday." In La Paz, Baja Sur’s biggest celebration takes place, with participants competing for the honor of being named King and Queen of the Royal Court. In Cabo San Lucas, parades and a festival will mark the season.

Friendship Day (Día de Amistad and Día de los Enamorados)
February 14

Love and friendship is celebrated; this holiday is similar to Valentine’s day.

Flag Day
February 24

This Mexican national holiday honors the Mexican flag.

Festival of San Jose Del Cabo
Second Week of March

In honor of St. Joseph, the city’s patron saint, this 11-day festival begins with evening parties and music on the 8th of March and continues with carnivals and parades that culminates on March 19th, which is the main day of the festival. Exact dates may vary from year to year.

The Birthday of Benito Juarez
March 21

This is the birthday of the country’s first President, Benito Juarez. The holiday features dancing, music, and food in commemoration of one of Mexico’s most honored heroes.

Holy Week and Easter - ’Semana Santa’
April 14-20

Holy week ends the 40-day Lent period. This week includes Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Festivities include traditional religious observations and colorful parades that move through downtown.

Dia de los Niños
April 30

This holiday celebrates children’s importance in society.

Dia del Trabajo (Labor Day)
May 1

Primero de Mayo is the Mexican national holiday that is equivalent to the U.S. Labor Day. It is also referred to as "May Day".

Cinco de Mayo
May 5

Cinco de Mayo is the Mexican national holiday that honors the Mexican victory over the French army at Puebla de los Angeles in 1862.

Mother’s Day
May 10

Due to the importance of the mother in Mexican culture, Mother’s Day is an especially significant holiday.

Navy Celebrations Day
June 1

Navy Day is an official Mexican holiday.

Dia de Corpus Christi
June 7

This annual religious festival consists of parades and church services.

Father’s Day
Third Sunday in June

A celebration of fathers.

Fiesta of the Virgin of Carmen
July 16

Carmen is believed to be a protector of the Mexican nation. Craft vendors, parades, puppeteers, bullfights and a fishing tournament.

Festival of St. James
July 25

Parades and festivities - riders mounted on white horses and re-enacted battlefield skirmishes at the town square - followed by closed shops and street parties.

Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
August 15

Celebrates the Virgin Mary’s departure from earth and into heaven. Processions with musical bands and floats denoting the Virgin Mary’s life. Restaurants offer feast-style dinner buffet specials until the wee hours.

Annual State of the Union
September 1

Though this date is an approximation, the President delivers the State of the Union Address in the autumn.

Dia de Nuestra Señora
September 8

This local Baja holiday celebrates the founding of Baja’s first mission at Loreto.

Dia del la Patria (Independence Day)
September 15-16

Mexico’s most significant national holiday, it begins the evening of September 15 with the President’s cry (El Grito) of "Viva Mexico" from the balcony of the National Palace. Locals respond with calls of "Viva!"

Dia de la Raza
October 12

This day celebrates Columbus’ arrival to the Americas, and the historical origins of the Mexican Mestizo race, which is a blend of Spanish and indigenous peoples.

Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
November 1-2

This important Mexican holiday merges pre-Columbian beliefs and modern Catholicism. Europe’s All Saint’s Day and the Aztec worship of the dead contribute to these two days honoring Mexico’s ancestors.

Dia de la Revolución (Mexican Revolution Day)
November 20

This official Mexican holiday celebrates the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

Dia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
December 12

This is the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe and is celebrated with a feast honoring Mexico’s patron saint.

Las Posadas
December 16-24

Candlelight processions wind their way to a different host’s home each evening, where guests will enjoy music, treats and piñatas. Repeated each night until Christmas Eve.

Navidad
December 25

Mexico celebrates Christmas day.

New Year’s Eve
December 31

This national holiday features festivities, parades and fireworks throughout Mexico. In Cabo San Lucas, expect glamorous VIP parties at resorts and nightclubs.

PELAGIC Triple Crown of Fishing Summer Slam
June 6-8

The PELAGIC Summer Slam Tournament offers anglers prizes totaling over $50,000 as they compete in releasing the most billfish (marlin, swordfish or sailfish) and/or catching the heaviest gamefish (tuna, dorado, wahoo).

https://www.pelagictournaments.com/
Annual Stars & Stripes Fishing and Golf Tournament
June 27-30

This exciting event features fishing and golf tournaments, live music performances and more to be benefit childrens’ charities.

http://www.starsandstripestournament.com
East Cape Dorado Shootout
July 20

Taking place in the East Cape, teams compete for a large purse. For reservations for the Dorado Shootout, please visit www.doradoshootout.com.

http://www.doradoshootout.com
Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Tournament
Aug 1-4

Anglers compete for black or blue marlin, dorado and tuna. This fishing bout is designed for serious anglers who love competition in a casual and convivial environment.

http://www.bisbees.com
Annual Los Cabos Billfish Tournament
October 13-17

This competition is fast becoming international in scope with competitors from around the world, including Finland, Papau New Guinea, Italy and Austria. Record purse of $850,000 in cash and prizes! Event is held in Cabo San Lucas. Prizes for biggest blue, black and striped marlin plus awards for most billfish released.

http://www.loscabosbillfishtournament.com
Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore Tournament
October 17-20

This tournament pits anglers in a competition to top the previous year’s record. Cash prizes awarded to the top three teams as well as the teams that catch the largest fish in three eligible billfish species. Winners receive an invitation to represent the tournament at the next IGFA Offshore World Championship.

http://www.bisbees.com
Bisbee’s Black and Blue Marlin Tournament
October 22-26

A dramatic shotgun kicks off this fishing tournament featuring big cash prizes. Deemed the “world’s richest billfish tournament” with over $4 million in prize money. anglers from all over the world converge in Los Cabos to compete for record marlin.

http://www.bisbees.com
Western Outdoor News Tuna Jackpot Tournament
November 6-9

Annual Mercury/WON Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot Tournament. Event held in Cabo San Lucas.

http://www.loscabostunajackpot.com
New Year’s Day Celebration
January 1

This national holiday features festivities, parades and fireworks throughout Mexico as well as agricultural fairs in rural areas.

Dia de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Day)
January 6

Family celebrations and gift giving commemorates the gifts of the Magi. Rosca de los Reyes (King’s Loaf) pastries are baked with a little plastic doll hidden inside.

Tropic of Cancer Music Series in Todos Santos
January 10-20

Enjoy multiple days of exciting music concerts in beautiful historic Todos Santos with well-known stars frequently making appearances at this popular event.

https://www.tropicofcancerconcertseries.mx/
9th Annual Los Cabos Pro-Am
January 14-18

One Golf Professional and four Amateur Partners compete at the Ocean Course (2 rounds) and the Desert Course (1 round).

http://proamevents.com/los-cabos-mx/
Feast Day of San Antonio de Abad
January 17

This is a Mexican religious holiday during which the Catholic Church allows animals to enter the church for blessing.

Whale Watching Season
Jan - April

Spectacular views of whales just offshore abound. Of the world’s 11 species of whales, eight come to Los Cabos to breed and nurse their young.

San José del Cabo Art Walk
Oct - Jun, Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. Exact times of this event vary each year.

Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla
Every Friday, November - April

The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer’s market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you’ll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

Candelmas
February 2

Candelmas heralds the arrival of spring with candlelight processions, music, food and dance. The traditional blessing of seeds and candles co-mingles pre-Hispanic and European traditions.

Constitution Day
February 4

Official speeches and ceremonies are conducted nationwide.

Liga Mac Annual Fundraiser
February 6

Liga Mac’s annual fundraiser is a great way to get dressed up and enjoy a fabulous evening of dinner and dancing while contributing to support this charity supporting low-income families in the local community.

http://www.ligamac.org/ingles/index.php/en/
Todos Santos Open Studios
February 8-10

Get to know local artists during this great event that benefits area art programs for children. Visit studios, chat with artists and purchase unique works.

http://www.todossantosopenstudio.org/
Los Cabos Half Marathon
February 10

The Los Cabos Half Marathon, offers 21 km of history and natural beauties, an incredible route, which includes San Jose del Cabo’s historical downtown, its hotel area and the astonishing Puerto Los Cabos Marina.

http://loscaboshalfmarathon.com/
Día de Amistad and Día de los Enamorados
February 14

"Friendship Day". Love and friendship are celebrated. This holiday is similar to Valentine’s Day.

San José Jazz Weekend
February 15-16

A variety of jazz musicians will perform live at Plaza del Pescador in San José del Cabo.

http://sanjosejazzweekend.com/
Flag Day
February 24

This Mexican national holiday honors the Mexican flag.

Whale Watching Season
Jan - April

Spectacular views of whales just offshore abound. Of the world’s 11 species of whales, eight come to Los Cabos to breed and nurse their young.

Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla
Every Friday November - April

The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer’s market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you’ll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

San José del Cabo Art Walk
Jan - Jun, Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. Exact times of this event vary from year to year.

Carnaval
March 5

Carnaval is an indulgent celebration before the fasting period of Catholic Lent. This week before Lent is filled with feasting, drinking, parades and dancing in the streets that culminates on "Fat Tuesday." In La Paz, Baja Sur’s biggest celebration takes place, with participants competing for the honor of being named King and Queen of the Royal Court. In Cabo San Lucas, parades and a festival will mark the season.

Festival de Cine / Film Festival Todos Santos
Dates TBA

This great multi-day festival brings together films from throughout Latin America including feature-length films, shorts and documentaries. Takes place in lovely historic Todos Santos.

http://www.todossantoscinefest.com/
Baja Shakespeare Festival
March 8-16

Each spring, Baja Shakespeare oversees the production of a community Shakespeare play in the little town of Los Barriles, Mexico. Los Barriles is located between Cabo San Lucas and La Paz on the Sea of Cortez.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Baja-Shakespeare/220397878011557?sk=timeline
Festival of San Jose del Cabo
Second week of March

Annual parades and festive events honor St. Joseph, patron saint of San Jose del Cabo.

The Birthday of Benito Juarez
March 21

The birthday of the country’s first President, Benito Juarez, featuring dances, music and food in commemoration of one of Mexico’s most honored heroes.

Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla
Every Friday November - April

The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer’s market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you’ll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

San José del Cabo Art Walk
Jan - Jun, Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. Exact times of this event vary from year to year.

Whale Watching Season
Jan - April

Spectacular views of whales just offshore abound. Of the world’s 11 species of whales, eight come to Los Cabos to breed and nurse their young.

Gala de Danza
April 4-6

This spectacular event brings together some of the world’s most talented dancers in numerous genres including classical ballet, Latin ballroom, and contemporary dance for performances in Cabo San Lucas.

http://www.galadedanza.com/
Holy Week and Easter - ’Semana Santa’
April 14-20

Holy week ends the 40-day Lent period. This week includes Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Festivities include colorful parades through downtown and flying eggs filled with paper confetti. This is a very popular vacation time for Mexican families.

Warren Hill’s Los Cabos Jazz Festival
April 25-28

This star-studded jazz music festival features well-known headliners and takes place at the new Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos. Come enjoy incredible music in paradise.

https://loscabosjazz.com/
Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla
Every Friday November - April

The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer’s market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you’ll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

Dia de los Niños (Children’s Day)
April 30

This day celebrates the importance of children in society.

Whale Watching Season
Jan - April

Spectacular views of whales just offshore abound. Of the world’s 11 species of whales, eight come to Los Cabos to breed and nurse their young.

San José del Cabo Art Walk
Jan - Jun, Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. Event times vary each year.

Dia Del Trabajo (Labor Day)
May 1

Primero de Mayo is the Mexican national holiday that is equivalent to Labor Day in the U.S. It is also referred to as "May Day". Government banks and offices close their doors in observation.

Cinco De Mayo
May 5

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This annual holiday commemorates the Battle of Puebla in 1862 when the Mexican army defeated a French force twice its size just south of Mexico City.

Mother’s Day
May 10

Mother’s Day is an especially significant holiday in Mexico.

GastroVino Food & Wine Festival Todos Santos
May 17-19

This annual food and wine festival brings wonderful Mexican wine and great local food to beautiful historic Todos Santos.

http://www.gastrovino.mx/
San José del Cabo Art Walk
Jan - Jun, Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. Times vary each year.

Navy Celebrations Day
June 1

Navy Day is an official Mexican holiday.

PELAGIC Triple Crown of Fishing Summer Slam
June 6-8

The PELAGIC Summer Slam Tournament offers anglers prizes totaling over $50,000 as they compete in releasing the most billfish (marlin, swordfish or sailfish) and/or catching the heaviest gamefish (tuna, dorado, wahoo).

https://www.pelagictournaments.com/
Dia de Corpus Christi
June 7

This annual religious festival consists of parades and church services.

Father’s Day
Third Sunday in June (18th)

A celebration of fathers.

Los Cabos Open of Surf
June 21-22

One of Mexico’s biggest surf festivals, this multi-day event brings together some of the world’s best surfers to compete. In addition, a food and music festival makes this a fun-filled event.

http://loscabosopenofsurf.com/
Fiesta de La Musica
June 22

Taking place in historic downtown San José del Cabo, this fun-filled music festival brings an impressive lineup of diverse musicians, bands and genres for a great evening of live performances at numerous venues.

http://www.fiestadelamusicaloscabos.net/
Annual Stars & Stripes Fishing and Golf Tournament
June 27-30

This annual fishing tournament benefits several children’s organizations in Southern California, including Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

http://www.starsandstripestournament.com
San José del Cabo Art Walk
Jan - Jun, Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. Event times vary each year.

Fiesta of the Virgin of Carmen
July 16

Carmen is believed to be a protector of the Mexican nation. Craft vendors, parades, puppeteers, bullfights and a fishing tournament are held to celebrate the day.

East Cape Dorado Shootout
July 20

Taking place in the East Cape, teams compete for a large purse. For reservations for the Dorado Shootout please visit www.doradoshootout.com.

http://www.doradoshootout.com
Festival of St. James
July 25

Parades and festivities take place throughout Mexico, usually with riders mounted on white horses reenacting battlefield skirmishes along with street parties.

Los Cabos Open of Tennis
July 29-Aug 4

Part of the Association of Tennis Professionals  (ATP tour), this professional men’s tournament brings together international players.

https://www.facebook.com/AbiertoLosCabos/
Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore
Aug 1-4

There’s big cash awards for teams competing in this East Cape fishing tournament (billfish and gamefish).

https://www.bisbees.com/
Annual Todos Santos Mango Festival
Aug 2-4

Celebrate mango season with this fun-filled multi-day festival taking place in historic Todos Santos, about an hour from Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific. Enjoy great food, live music and dance performances.

Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
August 15

This is the celebration of the Virgin Mary’s departure from earth and into heaven. Processions with musical bands and floats denoting the Virgin Mary’s life. Restaurants offer feast-style dinner buffet specials until late into the night.

Baby Sea Turtle Rescue
Dates Vary

Throughout the surrounding months endangered baby sea turtles begin to hatch. Months before, conservation groups in Los Cabos protect nesting sites during the critical incubation period. Many sea turtles nest outside of resorts on the beaches resting along the Sea of Cortez. Resorts participate in the conservation effort by organizing supervised baby turtle release programs, helping the tiny creatures make their first journey safely into the sea.

Annual State of the Union
September 1

Though this date is an approximation, the President delivers the State of the Union Address in the autumn.

Dia de Nuestra Señora
September 8

This local holiday celebrates Baja’s first mission.

Mexican Independence Celebration
September 15-16

Mexico’s most significant national holiday begins the evening of September 15 with the President’s cry (El Grito) of "Viva Mexico" from the balcony of the National Palace. Locals respond with calls of "Viva!" Fireworks, folk dancing and mariachi bands follow. The next day offers parades, speeches, family picnics and more. Events held in Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo.

Baby Sea Turtle Rescue
Dates Vary

Throughout the surrounding months, endangered baby sea turtles begin to hatch. Months before, conservation groups in Los Cabos protect nesting sites during the critical incubation period. Many sea turtles nest outside of resorts on Sea of Cortez beaches. Resorts participate in the conservation effort by organizing supervised baby turtle release programs, helping the tiny creatures make their first journey safely into the sea.

Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Birthday Bash
October 9, 11, 13

This annual event brings a VIP list of big-name rockers together to celebrate Sammy Hagar’s birthday at the former Van Halen frontman’s legendary Cabo San Lucas cantina. Classic rock and plenty of Cabo Wabo’s signature tequila highlight this multi-day event. Tickets sell out quickly!

http://www.redrocker.com
Dia de la Raza
October 12

This day celebrates Columbus’ arrival to the Americas, and the historical origins of the Mexican Mestizo race, which is a blend of Spanish and indigenous peoples.

Todos Santos Fair and Festivals
October 12

Festival of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, the patron saint of Todos Santos. A fair and live music in the plaza for most of the week. Dancing to live music in the evenings on the zocalo.

Annual Los Cabos Billfish Tournament
October 13-17

This tournament hosts fishing in various sections for the biggest blue, black and striped marlin, yellowfin tuna, wahoo (ocean baracuda) and dorado. Aside from the fishing, parties and a generous prize purse make this one of the best events of its kind.

http://www.loscabosbillfishtournament.com/
San José del Cabo Restaurant Week
Dates TBA

Experience this gourmet culinary event highlighting the exciting gastronomy of Los Cabos. From October 13th to 20th, participating restaurants will offer a special fixed price menu with innovating cuisine.

http://restaurantweeksanjosedelcabo.com/en/
Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore Tournament
October 17-20

Anglers compete for tuna, dorado and marlin. Friendly competition and cash prizes.

http://www.bisbees.com
Fiesta de Cabo San Lucas
October 18

The festival of St Luke’s Day - the Patron Saint of Cabo San Lucas (which means "Cape of Saint Luke"). Expect lots of dancing in the streets, music and specially arranged local events to mark the day.

Bisbee’s Black and Blue Marlin Tournament
October 22-26

A dramatic shotgun start kicks off this fishing tournament featuring big cash prizes. Anglers from all over the world converge on Los Cabos to compete for record marlin.

http://www.bisbees.com
Dia de Los Muertos (All Soul’s Day)
November 1-2

Cemetery vigils, religious events, specialty foods and children’s festivals commemorate relatives and friends who are no longer living.

Western Outdoor News Tuna Jackpot Tournament
November 6-9

Annual Mercury/WON Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot Tournament. Event held in Cabo San Lucas.

http://www.loscabostunajackpot.com
Dressed to the K9s Cabo Humane Society Fundraiser
November Date TBD

This wonderful formal holiday season gala benefits the needy homeless animals of Los Cabos. A cocktail reception, gourmet dinner, live entertainment, and silent auction are just a few of the highlights.

http://dressedtothek-9s.com/
Los Cabos International Film Festival
November 13-17

The Los Cabos International Film Festival showcases both Mexican and foreign film submissions in various categories, with international film stars making appearances.

http://cabosfilmfestival.com/
Revolution Day
November 20

Parades and rodeos commemorate the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

SCORE Baja 1000
November 19-24

A spectacular desert race from Ensenada to Cabo San Lucas, this annual event takes place down the length of Baja Peninsula through tough rugged desert terrain and off-road trails.

http://score-international.com
Extreme Sailing Series
Dates TBA

This prestigious sailing event brings international competitors to the waters of Cabo San Lucas to race hydro-foiling GC32 catmarans for an action-packed spectacle of skill and speed. Visitors can watch the unforgettable action from the shores of Médano Beach in Cabo San Lucas.

https://www.extremesailingseries.com/
Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla
Every Friday November - April

The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer’s market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you’ll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

San José del Cabo Art Walk
Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening from November to May, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. 5pm-9pm

Sabor a Cabo - Los Cabos Culinary Festival
Dates TBA

This international culinary festival showcases the gourmet offerings of local and international star chefs and guest food experts from around the world. Enjoy incredible food and wine as well as outstanding live entertainment. Proceeds support local charities.

https://saboracabo.com/en/
Feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe
December 12

This nationwide display of traditional culture is celebrated with street fairs, fireworks, processions, masses and more.

Christmas Posadas
December 16 - 24

Candlelit processions from house to house for the 9 days prior to Christmas.

Navidad
December 25

Mexico celebrates Christmas day.

New Year’s Eve
December 31

In Cabo San Lucas, you can expect glamorous VIP parties at resorts and nightclubs for New Year’s Eve.
More Info: List of New Year’s Eve Parties in Cabo

New Year’s Eve Fireworks over Médano Beach
December 31

The skies come alive over breathtaking Médano Beach in Cabo San Lucas to welcome the New Year. An annual fireworks spectacular shines above Cabo – the perfect backdrop for your midnight kiss. View from the beach clubs, restaurants, resorts and sands of Médano Beach.

Farmer’s Market at the Shoppes at Palmilla
Every Friday November - April

The Shoppes at Palmilla hosts a weekly organic farmer’s market every Friday during the months of November through April. In addition to local produce, you’ll find artisanal pastries, eggs, fish, dairy products, flowers and more!

San José del Cabo Art Walk
Every Thursday Evening

Every Thursday evening from November to May, visitors and residents enjoy strolling the art district of San Jose del Cabo along Obregon Street behind the church, sipping wine and viewing fine art. 5pm-9pm

Whale Watching Season
Oct - April

Spectacular views of whales just offshore abound from October through April. Of the world’s eleven species of whales, eight come to Los Cabos to breed and nurse their young.