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To assist with planning your stay at Casa Dorada Los Cabos, Resort & Spa, please find answers to our most frequently asked questions below.

Is Cabo San Lucas a Desert?

Yes, Cabo San Lucas is located in a desertic area with a tropical desert climate, which means it can reach up to 105 ˜F t it's hottest and `F40 at it's coolest on winter months. Make sure to bring your swimsuit for the day and a light sweater for the nights outside.

Is Cabo on the Pacific Ocean?

Yes, but it is also located near the Sea of Cortez, in fact, the locals say that both seas get together right below the iconic arch of Cabo San Lucas.

Yes. Like any growing city, Cabo San Lucas is experiencing changes in population, and safety measures have been adjusted accordingly. Nevertheless, Cabo San Lucas and in fact all the peninsula is entirely safe for travelers.

Is Cabo Water Safe to Drink?

Although Cabo has excellent water quality, the city does not purify tap water and may not reach the proper levels of potabilization. Restaurants around the town are used to have purification systems, ask your waiter if they have one before asking for tap water.

Is Cabo in México?

Yes, Cabo is located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula, in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur.

Where to stay in Cabo.

This entirely depends on what you are looking for, do you want to stay near the action? Close to downtown and be able to swim at the beach in front of your resort? Then a Resort at Médano beach is the answer. There is no other swimmable beach in Cabo San Lucas Area. If you are looking to have a more tranquil getaway vacation, A resort by the Touristic corridor or in San José del Cabo can be the answer. This area is less populated and as a consequence, more romantic.

Which Cabo is better?

If you are asking this question is because you probably did your homework and already know that Los Cabos is a combination of 2 two towns: San Jose del Cabo, which has an old Mexico charm, and Cabo San Lucas (better known as Cabo), famous for its bar hopping and young nightlife around downtown.

When to go to Cabo?

If you want to go whale watching and don't tolerate very much hot weathers, the winter season is your time. If on the other hand, you want to save some extra bucks and feel fearless about the warm weather, summer in Cabo is for you. Either way, make sure to ask your Concierge for things to do on the season you pick, Cabo is full of activities and events all year long.

Are Cabo beaches swimmable?

Not all of them. Make sure to ask your reservations agent if your resort is located on a swimmable beach if it is situated over Medano Beach in Cabo San Lucas, you can definitely swim at the beach.

Are Cabo and Los Cabos the same?

Answering in one word: yes. Cabo is the shortage of Cabo San Lucas, which is one of the cities that Los Cabos comprehend: San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Cabo Pulmo and Cabo del Este are also part of Los Cabos. All of them a great choice to stay at.