The Los Cabos Tourism Board has highlighted some of the things travelers can experience when visiting Cabo in 2014, including the return of several species of whales to the Pacific Coast of Los Cabos.
Oscar Ortiz of Cabo Expeditions, one of the destination’s premiere adventure tour operators, also shares some tips on what travelers should see when visiting Cabo and what’s coming up in 2014.
“Must-See” Adventures in Los Cabos During Winter Months - From now through March, visitors can experience watching whales breech, get up close and personal with mother whales and their young calves during tours. “Another unique sight is watching huge schools of muvulas rays jumping out of the waters; or visiting our National Marine Park, Cabo Pulmo,” says Ortiz.
The Pacific Coast - Located west of the touristic corridor and just north of Cabo San Lucas, the Pacific Coast is developing several exclusive residential projects. The region provides some of the best spots and many beaches are host to whales, offering travelers a show each year from December to March. Guests can stay overnight in one of the area’s hotels such as Hotel California or Hotel Guaycura.
Whale Watching Season - Many local tour companies offer whale-watching trips aboard all-weather inflatable speedboats, while travelers learn about and experience these creatures up close and personal. A few notable operators to check out or recommend to travelers include: Cabo Adventures, Cabo Expeditions, Cabo Outfitters and Whale Watch Cabo.
What’s Next? - The Los Cabos Tourism Board will be participating in both industry and consumer events in early 2014, as follows:
January 4 – New York Weddings Event (New York City)
January 11-12 – MTB Travel & Adventure Show (Chicago)
January 12-15 – PCMA Convening Leaders + PCMA NAAS (Boston)
January 11-12 – Houston Bridal Extravaganza (Houston)
February 28 – March 2- New York Times Travel Show (New York City)
February 8-9 – Travel Expo Sydney (Melbourne, Australia)