October and November are among the best months to visit Cabo San Lucas by private aircraft charter. It's high season for sportfishing and tournaments – one of many draws to this coastal treasure. Cabo's offbeat location, on the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, contributes to its charm. The narrow peninsula separates the Pacific Ocean from the Gulf of California and with Cabo San Lucas straddling the southern tip, the vacation town is an ideal location for water sports of every kind.
Sportfishing dominates the scene with the annual Los Cabos Billfish and the Black & Blue tournaments in October. By night, the area sizzles with the Baja Sur Tequila and Mariachi Festival and some of the best cuisine of the year. In November, visitors are drawn to the Los Cabos Tuna Jackpot, where up to $850,000 in cash and prizes are awarded to winners.
Cabo San Lucas boasts a wide variety of attractions, including:
- Land's End, an intertwined series of rock formations located between Playa del Amor and Playa del Divorcio. A convergence of wind and water from the Sea of Cortez created the picturesque area, which is accessible only by boat or water taxi. For travelers who want to capture a blazing sunset, this is one of the best places in the world to do just that.
- Playa del Amor, also known as Lover's Beach and arguably Cabo's most famous stretch of shoreline, is conveniently located near Land's End and south of the downtown area. It is accessible by a five-minute water taxi or glass-bottom boat ride from the shore. The Pacific side is too rough for swimming but is ideal for sunbathing. Swimming and snorkeling are best on the Sea of Cortez side. Backed by cliffs, Playa del Amor is a prime spot to spot seals, who love stretching out on the rocks to soak up the sun.
- Whale watching and observing the area's bevy of marine life, including manta rays, flying mobulas (rays that bound up and down from the water), reef fish and sea lions. Jacques Cousteau once called the Sea of Cortez "the aquarium of the world," and glass-bottom boat tours offer the best opportunity to see all this biodiversity up-close. Try a late afternoon tour for the best chance to spot whales.
- San Jose del Cabo is known as Cabo's "twin city". Stroll through the downtown plaza, and stop at Mi Casa Azul Art Gallery for authentic art and jewelry, Amora Mexico for distinctive souvenirs, handmade crafts and clothing you're unlikely to find anyplace else and Galeria Desertica, where tradition converges with contemporary art in everything from print landscapes to Huichol dolls. A stop at one of the area's most popular eateries, such as Flora's Field Kitchen, where you can choose your own field-fresh vegetables, or the rustic Los Tamarindos, which specializes in farm-to-table cuisine, will make any trip complete.
Book Your Private Aircraft Charter to Cabo San Lucas
Visit this exciting destination by booking a Challenger 604 private jet. As the largest aircraft in the Cirrus Aviation fleet, the Challenger 604 can comfortably accommodate 10 passengers for a quick, convenient and luxurious trip to Mexico. Reserve your private aircraft charter by contacting Cirrus Aviation at 702-472-9714 today.