Cabo Bachelorette Party Guide
Jet-set to this beach town as you give singlehood one last hurrah! before tying the knot. With beautiful views, plenty of beach, and local eats, Cabo is a great place for your bachelorette party. We’ve compiled everything you need to know to make the best of your time there.
Explore our guide to the perfect Cabo bachelorette party:
Stay at The Cape: A Thompson Hotel, for beautiful balcony views of the water. After you’ve unpacked, head over to Medano Beach, where parasailing, jet skiing, and swimming are popular pastimes. A short walk away is the Marina, where you’ll find lively restaurants and shops. But, if you want to splurge, take a car over to El Farallon, a restaurant that sits on the water. Gorgeous sunsets await.
Start the day with breakfast at the charmingly pink Café de Ciudad, where visitors have raved about the friendly service, great prices, and delicious fare.
It wouldn’t be a bachelorette party in Cabo without seeing El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, the area’s iconic rock formation. At the right time of the year, it is possible to walk under the arch, but otherwise, kayaking and paddle boarding are great ways to get a closer look.
Situated close to the arch is another formation called Land’s End, impressive in its own right. Swing by when you visit the arch, and you may catch a glimpse of the sea lions. If you visit later in the day, it’s also an amazing spot to catch the sunset. If you want to go back out, there are water taxis and and boat tours available.
If you’ve still got energy left after a day of paddle boarding, get your adrenaline flowing by cliff jumping off of Pelican Rock! For those less inclined, it’s also a great place to go snorkeling, where the water is clear and teaming with ocean life.
For an al fresco dinner, stop by Neptuno’s, where you can find seafood that is both fresh and affordable. Think grilled octopus, sashimi, and shrimp; people have also raved about the good ol’ chips and salsa.
Before your bachelorette party comes to an end and you head home, hit up the flea markets for a small memento of your stay. The Marina is, again, the place to be, and bargains (and bargaining) can be had.
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