When Not to Have a Destination Wedding in Cabo

The Cabo Corridor boasts some of the mildest and most consistent weather in all of Mexico. The numerous magnificent resorts, boutique hotels, and private villas can accommodate beautifully according to your outdoor needs. Open air ceremony and event venues are equally marvelous and can include lush gardens, terraces, gazebos, sandy beaches and courtyards brimming with magnificent flora and fauna. There are even farm type settings for more rustic styles and yachts for those with matrimonial sea legs.

Speaking of mild weather, winter in Cabo is slightly cooler than in the other seasons, with an average of 80°F during the day and in the ’60s at night. A tropical dessert, Cabo enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine and warm seas that add up to the perfect backdrop for the most important occasion of your life.

Los Cabos also has an extremely low average annual rainfall that accumulates mostly from mid-August to mid-October. Since the Baja Peninsula can be susceptible to storms during these months, most tropical cyclones happen out at sea and only occasionally touch Los Cabos. If you choose to plan your wedding during these months, you will most likely experience restrictions on marine activities due to high winds and waves, enough reason to select dates when you will have nothing but blue sky and care-free weather.

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