There are indeed day packages offered at resorts in Cabo. If you are looking for an all inclusive option, the RIU Palace and the RIU Santa Fe both offer day passes for about $75 – $100 depending on the season. These are great if you have teens or young adults in your group. It’s about a t 15 minute walk from the heart of Medano Beach.
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, a beautiful relaxing adults only hotel, is now all inclusive. You can buy a day pass for the Pacifica for $100. Contact the concierge ahead of time. It’s located on a secluded beach on the Pacific side of Cabo San Lucas. You can’t swim, but they have gorgeous views and a pool.
Also take a look into ME Cabo (pictured above). It’s the home of Nikki Beach the famous beach club. Located right on Medano Beach, this hotel is located close to town and the beach. You can use their facilities if you are using the restaurant or bar. Contact the concierge ahead of time. Beware that many tour companies will charge you for a “day pass tour” to the ME. This will be more expensive than if you just go to the hotel directly.
If you are looking to get away from the crowds, there are a few hotels in San Jose del Cabo and The Corridor (a $30 – $40 cab ride away) that offer day passes.
For example, the Hola Grand Faro Los Cabos Resort is an all inclusive in San Jose del Cabo. Adults are $60.00 USD, Juniors (13 – 17), 36.00 USD and Children (6-12) are $24.00 USD.
Also keep in mind that if you are coming from a cruise, there are plenty of beach restaurants on Medano beach where you can rent beach towels and lounges.
We hope this helps!
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Cara Gourley is the Director of Web Strategy for All About Mexico as well as an All About Girl. She’s a certified Los Cabos Expert and has been to Cabo many times.
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