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Sip, Savor, and Sunbathe: The Ultimate Girls' Getaway to Cabo San Lucas

Looking to let your hair down, soak up some sun and get away from your daily routine? There's no better destination than Los Cabos for your next girl's trip!

Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, the two towns that comprise Cabo, offer everything from jaw-dropping ocean views to fantastic food, nightlife, and shopping.

In this blog post, I'll share how to make the best of your Cabo girl's trip with tips on where to stay, what to do, where to eat, and how to get around. Let's dive in!

Where to Stay

Cabo offers plenty of lodging options for every type of traveler. For a luxurious stay, choose a resort like The Cape, Esperanza or One&Only Palmilla that offers ocean views, spa services, and world-class dining.

If you prefer a more budget-friendly option that still looks and feels luxurious, try the hip boutique hotel The Drift San Jose. For a party vibe, stay at the adults-only ME Cabo or the Bahia Hotel & Beach House.

What to Do

Start with a day trip to the famous El Arco, the natural rock arch at Cabo's southern tip, and Lover's Beach on the Sea of Cortez. Rent kayaks or paddleboards to explore, or take a glass-bottomed boat tour to see marine life up close.

Head out for a sunset cruise or book a private yacht charter for a day or two to explore the beautiful coastline. For an adrenaline rush, try parasailing, snorkeling, or jet skiing. At night, cabaret-style shows at The Pink Kitty or Squid Roe nightclubs are always a hit.

Where to Eat

Cabo is a foodie's paradise with plenty of options for all tastes and budgets. Grab an early lunch at Flora Farms, a beautiful farm-to-table restaurant located in a 10-acre organic farm. For authentic Mexican seafood, try Tacos Gardenias, one of the best taco stands in Cabo. Try Italian food with a Mexican touch at La Dolce Gourmet or get your vegan fix at Green Grill.

How to Get Around

Taxis are the most convenient way to get around Cabo. However, they can be expensive, so we recommend negotiating the price before getting in. You can also rent a car, but beware that driving can be chaotic in Cabo, and if you're not used to the roads or the local driving culture, it can be stressful.


With beautiful beaches, great food, and plenty of activities to explore, Cabo is one of the best places to vacation with your girls. This guide should give you a good idea of how to get started with planning your Cabo girl's trip, but there's so much more to discover in this sun-soaked paradise.

Happy travels!


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