Cabo San Lucas Weather Guide 2017-06-23T08:27:18+00:00

Your Cabo San Lucas
Weather Guide to Sunshine

You’re going on vacation in Cabo. I can’t imagine you plan on spending much time indoors. You’ll be out walking along the marina and shops. Then you’ll be laying on the beach.

After that, maybe sipping margaritas while poolside. Finally, cruising on boats, the most important activity of all — obviously!

Literally: Everything under the sun. That warm, loving, gigantic ball of good times!

Assuming your goal is not to turn into a cooked lobster, we’ve prepared this detailed guide. It’s all about the weather and what to expect from it while in Cabo San Lucas.

Below you will find the info for every month of the year:

  • Average temperature highs and lows in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.
  • Hours of sun per day
  • Water temperatures
  • Monthly sunrise and sunset times.

Everything is displayed here in easy to read charts, so bookmark this page, print it off, send it to a friend or tape it to your desk at work, because sunshine is happening down here, and you’re ready for it.

PART ONE:

Air/Ambient Temperatures, or:
“I wanna feel the heat with somebody!”

Cabo’s High and Low Temperatures

With the dry air and a more arid seaside landscape, Cabo heats up during the day and cools down drastically at night. The ocean breeze coming from the Pacific and Gulf of California can also bring in fresh, cooler temperatures.

Average Highs and Lows in Celsius

 

Average Highs and Lows in Fahrenheit

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PART TWO:

Rainfall, or:
“The lack thereof”

Rainfall/Precipitation in Cabo San Lucas

With the dry air and a more arid seaside landscape, Cabo heats up during the day and cools down drastically at night. The ocean breeze coming from the Pacific and Gulf of California can also bring in fresh, cooler temperatures.

PART THREE:

Water Temperatures, or:
“It’s warm, come on in!”

Cabo’s Average Ocean Temperatures

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Average Ocean Temperatures in Celsius

 

Average Ocean Temperatures in Fahrenheit

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PART FOUR:

Daylight Hours, or:
“The Sun Also Rises”

Sunrise, sunset and average daylight hours

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Average daily hours of daylight

Average daily hours of night

 

Average sunrise and sunset times in Cabo

MonthSunrise (Average)Sunset (Average)
January7:03am5:56pm
February6:51am6:16pm
March6:29am6:29pm
April6:55am7:42pm
May6:40am7:52pm
June6:35am8:08pm
July6:46am8:06pm
August6:57am7:50pm
September7:07am7:21pm
October7:18am6:51pm
November6:36am5:34pm
December6:54am5:38pm

 

*All times listed here are averages for the entire month listed. For special events like weddings where you need the exact time for a specific day, visit Time & Date for a list of times for every month, by the day.

 

FAQ:

Frequently Asked Questions about the weather in Cabo

What is your cancellation policy?

We can take cancellations up to 72 hours in advance. 48 hours you will get 50% of your deposit back, and if you simply do not show we cannot refund your deposit.

If the port is closed or weather conditions would be unsafe to head out fishing, you will get the chance to either reschedule or take a 100% refund if we can’t fit into your schedule.

How long are tours?

The base rate is for a five hour fishing excursion. For an extra $100 we can extend the fishing charter to eight hours. We have found that five hours is an excellent amount of time for most guests and a good amount of time to catch some fish as well.

What will the weather be like?

The weather in Cabo is stable and excellent for most of the year. Expect warm conditions, warm water and sunny skies. Don’t forget hats and sunscreen! We also have shade on the boat under the canopy (also called a bimini).

What happens when I book?

When you place your deposit you will receive an automatic confirmation via email. This will be your proof of purchase. The balance will be owed in cash at the dock.

Why is a fishing license necessary?

The way that fishing licensing works in Mexico is that each individual aboard who will be fishing needs their own license. This is a direct fee that goes to the government that we take no profit from. It also includes the dock fee.

Does the crew speak english?

You bet! And they’ll be happy to chat and socialize about the region and fish all day if you’d like. Or, they’ll sit back and let you enjoy the day.

What types of fish can we catch?

There are an incredible variety of game fish in the region. You may see any or many of the following: black marlin, blue marlin, striped marlin, sailfish, dorado (mahi mahi), amber jack, bonito, crevalle jack, rooster fish, grouper, cabrilla, red snapper, snook, mackerel, yellow tail, yellow fin and wahoo.

What are my chances of catching a fish?

Depending on the time of the year we often say between 75-90% chance. Fishing is a very particular activity, and some days you’ll reel in more than your arms can stand. Some days may be quieter than others. It’s all part of the challenge and the anticipation, searching, looking for locations is part of the adventure.

Can I keep the fish?

Absolutely! We can filet it right at the dock for you for $2-3usd per small fish and $20usd for the big monsters!

We can even recommend some locations that will cook it up for you right in the marina. You can have it made into ceviche, sashimi, breaded and fried, grilled, you name it.

Is tip included?

Gratuity is not included for your crew. Most guests tip around 10-20% and you’ll see the captains work hard for those tips. They understand the better service and more fish they can find you, the better their tips will be.

Can I pay with credit card?

We accept any major credit card for deposits through the site. Your balance will be due at the dock in cash. If cash is absolutely not an option, we can work something out for you.

Have any other questions?

We’re just an email, phone call or chat away.

Email us by clicking here, or use the chat box on the bottom right of this page. You can also call us any time at +52 1 984-100-4395