Los Cabos has become a surfer’s paradise for it’s unique logistics of having the top 3 surfing locations within an hour drive.
Surfing enthusiasts are excited the moment they set foot in Los Cabos since they know that in just a few moments they’ll be surfing in warm waters of Mexico.
This gem just south of the border is a year-round surfing destination, but just like any popular surfing spot, timing means everything and certain times of the year are just a little more special than others. The Summer months bring great swells. However the downfall is also when the waves are the most crowded. The Fall months are really the time to be come and experience some unforgettable surfing in Cabo and avoid crowds. These are the top 3 surfing spots you want to make sure you visit:
A dream place for the avid surfer. A place of peace and tranquility where nature remains pretty much untouched. Located on KM 66 on the highway from Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos, Cerritos is a well-known surf spot with a beach break. It only takes about 40 minutes to reach Cerritos when driving from Cabo San Lucas, and the drive is truly majestic. With the desert abounds on your right and the shining Pacific Ocean on the left But you don’t have to be a pro surfer to enjoy the waves here. Cerritos has an incredibly friendly surfing school on site! What an incredible experience to have; catching your first waves in this little piece of paradise!
Refuel with the freshest seafood at the Cerritos Beach Club.
Local surfers and advance visiting surgers are flocking to “El Tule” Beach, a rather secluded beach that faces the Sea of Cortés and boasts with some fun and at times challenging surfing conditions thanks to a strong break that goes both ways with speed. Located off the Los Cabos Corridor, is great for sunbathing and some swimming, but it also has become a popular spot to surf. We can help arrange transportation to and from since it’s a bit rouged to get to the beach. But that’s all part of the adventure!
Located in San Jose, Acapulquito among younger crowd and beginner surfers. The surf spot is commonly known as Old Man’s and refers to the speed & strength of the wave. Arrange for a surfing lesson from the local surfing school and follow it up with a late breakfast or lunch at 7 seas restaurant. The best time to catch some great waves is definitely Summer time!