Cabo San Lucas is one of the best holiday destinations. With a major international airport, gorgeous tropical beaches, and exciting adventures waiting for you, there are infinite reasons to spend the holidays in Cabo. While most people make holiday travel plans to familiar and chilly cities, a Cabo San Lucas vacation can be the perfect holiday gift for you and your family. With these five reasons to spend the holidays in Cabo, it’s time to start singing Feliz Navidad and packing your swimsuit.
Parents know that spending Christmas at home can mean a lot of work: last-minute trips to the grocery store, turkeys burnt in the oven, and lots and lots of dishes. Opting for Cabo all inclusive vacations means you won’t have to do all the cooking, cleaning, and shopping. At every meal, you can dine on authentic Mexican cuisine, classic restaurant favorites, or special holiday menus included in your Cabo vacation package. Because Cabo vacations are a popular holiday choice, most resort chefs prepare roast turkey, stuffing, and pies to recreate a home-cooked meal. While you’re in one of the best Mexico holiday destinations, you can start a new tradition, like Christmas Eve tamales or fresh pineapple on Christmas morning. At the end of each meal, you won’t have to clean a single dish on your Cabo holiday.
One of the best reasons to spend the holidays in Cabo is that when you don’t have to clean or cook for company, you can spend time exploring one of the best holiday destinations with your family. A Cabo San Lucas vacation is an intimate time when you’ll likely be together all day and not rushing between parties and errands. You can fill the days of your Cabo holiday by taking outdoor adventures, discovering the underwater world, and playing in the pool together.
Unlike a Cabo vacation package, most holidays include gifts that kids will lose interest in or that you end up returning. Cabo vacations emphasize spending money on experiences that build lifelong memories rather than on material gifts that will last a season. A great idea for taking advantage of being in one of the most exciting Mexico holiday destinations is to let each member of the family choose an activity they would like as their gift. The experience of swimming with dolphins or snorkeling in the sea are some of the incredible gifts you can share that will let you see why Cabo is one of the best holiday destinations.
Making holiday travel plans to Mexico holiday destinations lets you see a different side of the country’s vibrant culture and lively festivities. In the days that lead up to Christmas in Mexico, the Virgin of Guadalupe is celebrated from the 1st to the 12th of December with parades, singing, and dancing. Christmas Day is traditionally celebrated in churches adorned with poinsettias and in homes with families. Adults enjoy ponche navideño, a Christmas punch with indigenous fruits, and Noche Buena, a spiced beer specifically brewed for Christmas. For Cabo vacations that extend past New Year’s Eve, there’s more still to celebrate on January 6th: the Day of the Three Wise Men (Los Tres Reyes Magos). Families gather once again for this Cabo holiday to eat rosca de reyes, a round, flaky cake with a plastic baby hidden inside. Whoever finds the baby is expected to invite everyone over for tamales in the next month.
All year long, you can enjoy the warm sunshine on a Cabo San Lucas vacation, but escaping the frigid winds of the north make Cabo all inclusive vacations for the holidays even better. Rather than deicing your car in the morning for holiday travel, you can take a stroll along Medano Beach. Instead of bundling up, you can throw on some flip flops and swimsuit to sit by the pool with a piña colada on your Cabo all inclusive vacations in the winter.
There are a million reasons to spend the holidays in Cabo. When you make your family Christmas gifts a Cabo vacation package, you’ll be giving your family more time together to create lifelong memories and new traditions.
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