Temperatures are warm year round, with August the hottest month (75 to 92
degrees F) and January and February the coldest (54 to 79 degrees F). For perfect
weather with temperatures from the mid 70s to mid 80s as well as a getaway from
colder climates, November through April are high season months, and prices
reflect the demand.
April and May are the driest months with practically no rain at all, and in May and
June, the temperatures get well into the 80s, and you’ll probably want to be near a
beach or pool enjoying the sunny weather.
Late July, August, and September are the warmest months with higher humidity,
and the wettest months are August and September averaging about two to three
inches of rain. Hurricanes are possible during those months, but they are relatively
rare. For avoiding crowds and high prices, a late summer visit could be worth

Whale watching season runs from about December through April, with humpbacks
frequently seen during that time of their migration. In February, the calves (baby
whales) become active. The gray whale season is from January through March.
Boat trips to see the whales up close are very popular during that time.
The Festival of San José, patron saint of San José del Cabo, takes place from
March 14 to 19, with parades, carnivals, dancing, food, parties, traditional
costumes, entertainment, and music. Sportfishing tournaments are held in October
and November. Music and film festivals, food and wine events, competitions, and
religious holidays fill the  calendar  all year long in Los Cabos.