Cabo, Mexico

Cabo San Lucas, or Cabo, is a city in Mexico and is particularly well known for its beaches, marine diversity, scuba diving and nightlife. Cabo boasts a year-round average temperature of 78° Fahrenheit (25.5° C) and has around 350 days of sunshine a year. From mid-November up until the end of March, Cabo San Lucas sees migrating whales passing through its waters. Most sightings occur during January through March when the humpback and gray whales follow their migration path from the cool waters of Alaska back to the warm ones of Baja California Sur. Cabo San Lucas forms part of Los Cabos, which means “The Capes.” Los Cabos is made up of three areas: Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and the Corridor, with the latter dividing the first two.