At the southern tip of Baja California’s southern peninsula, San José del Cabo — with its pristine beaches and a low-key central plaza — is considered a calmer alternative to party-centric Cabo San Lucas.
Over the last decade, it’s become a hot spot for snowbirds and sun-seekers come fall and winter. But San José del Cabo still has plenty to offer travelers during its off season, which extends from June to September.
While temps rise to the high 80s — along with the chance of thunderstorms — airfare and hotel rates drop.
According to Kayak.com, a round-trip flight from New York to San José del Cabo’s airport in June is $464, compared to $520 in December. What’s more, a five-star hotel during the summer is typically $250 per night, about $100 less than in peak season.
And thanks to a rise in new shops, hotels and nightlife venues, there’s never been a better time to visit the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. Here are tips for any visit, rain or shine.
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