Cabo San Lucas Flights
Situated on the northern side of José Del Cabo, Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) is Cabo San Lucas’s closest airport. The airport regularly receives flights from other destinations in Mexico as well as direct flights from Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas and other major cities in the United States.
A number of popular airlines offer flights to Cabo San Lucas such as United, US Airways and Delta. In addition, there are a number of budget airlines which fly to Cabo San Lucas from various destinations throughout the US. Such airlines include Spirit Airlines and Virgin America.
If you want to fly to Los Cabos Airport from New York, you will need to take a direct flight to Mexico City and switch planes before continuing on to Los Cabos. On average, you can expect a flight from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas to take around 2 hours 30 minutes and a flight from New York to Cabo San Lucas will take approximately 7 hours.
In order to get the very best price for your flights to Cabo San Lucas, take advantage of flight comparison websites. After entering some basic details such as where you would like to fly from, state of travel and number of passengers, these help websites scan flight prices from a number of airlines, allowing you to quickly locate the cheapest deal. Be sure to check individual airline websites too as some airlines are not listed on comparison websites.
Top Things to do in Cabo San Lucas
There is no doubt that Cabo San Lucas attracts those who enjoy a bit of partying. So, it should come as no surprise that this location is home to one of the most famous nightclubs on the planet. Cabo Wabo is owned by musician Sammy Hagar and will definitely leave a lasting impression. From dancing to live music and fine dining, there is indeed something here for everyone. It should also be mentioned that truly immortal names in the rock genre can regularly be seen!
Glass-bottom boat rides are another attraction that has to be seen to be believed. Excursions that will take visitors out to a famous rock formation known as El Arco (literally “The Arch”) provide stunning views of the marine life below. It is not uncommon to witness schools of dolphins or even the occasional whale farther out at sea. The rocks are truly majestic in their splendor and one of the most unique features of El Arco is that it is bordered on one side by the Pacific Ocean and on the other by the Sea of Cortez.
For anyone who enjoys a bit of surfing, Cabo San Lucas should already be quite famous. The waves here can grow to be quite massive, so those without experience should take lessons before trying their luck. One stretch of beach known as “Zipper’s” is famous throughout the world for its wonderful sets and seemingly endless pipelines. For those who may not be keen on getting pummeled by the surf, it is just as fun to sit back at a local “chiringuito” (beach bar) and observe the experts work their magic. Or, one can just as easily take a stroll up and down these sandy shores and marvel at the wonders of nature.