- Round trip airfare to Los Cabos
- 7 nights at an all-inclusive resort
- Round trip transfers from airport to hotel and hotel to airport
- Cancel up to 3 days prior
Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton
Dec 19,23: $2559 + $540 tax (Krystal Grand; 4-star) 1 Kid 2-12 $848 + $510 tax
Dec 19,21: $2469 + $540 tax (Sandos Finisterra; 5-star) kids 2-12 $1699 + $510 tax
Dec 19: $2939 + $540 tax (Pueblo Bonito Pacifico; 5-star) Adults only
Dec 19,20,23,24,25,26,28,30 from $3299 + $540 tax (Secret Puerto Los Cabos; 5-star) Adults only
Dec 23,30 from $2135 + $490 tax (Riu Santa Fe; 4.5-star) Kids 2-12 from $925 + $460 tax
Dec 23,30 from $2495 + $490 tax (Riu Palace Cabo; 5-star) Kids 2-12 from $1745 + $460 tax
Dec 25,26,28,30: $3149 + $540 tax (Sandos Finisterra; 5-star) kids 2-12 $1999 + $510 tax
Victoria, Kelowna from $300 more
Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg from $300 more
Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa from $100 more
Halifax from $300 more
Airport transfers: exit the airport, do not stop and chat inside with anyone saying they are supposed to pick you up and take you to your resort inside the airport. These people are trying to sell you time shares. Head straight out of the airport to find someone holding a sign with your tour operators name on it. They will have your name on their list and direct you to the correct transfer to your hotel.
Using taxi’s in Mexico: if you will be taking a taxi to get around, negotiate the flat rate before getting in or you may get a surprise when you arrive at your destination.
Climate: Dry year-round, with an average temperature of 24 C. Los Cabos claims to have about 300 days of sunshine annually. The climate is much cooler from December through March. Average annual rainfall is 25.4cm, most with occurring during the months of September and October.
National language: Spanish is the official language, but you’ll also hear locals speaking English.
Currency: MXN (Mexican Peso). We recommend bringing USD and/or MXN pesos as vendors outside the resorts charge in pesos, but will take either. Automated banking machine services are available throughout the country. Canadian debit and credit cards are widely accepted; however, Canadian currency and traveller’s cheques are not.
Voltage: 120V; Canadian devices use 120 V, and will work with most outlets in Los Cabos as many resorts have 120 V plugs.