Airfare to Los Cabos, Mexico
Cabo San Lucas is located at the far end of Baja California Sur and is divided into three districts: San Jose del Cabo (or the “Old Town”), Cabo San Lucas (or the “Main Town”, which is the entertainment hub) and The Corridor (which connects the two “towns” and is lined with golf courses and resorts). Cabo San Lucas is one of the hottest party towns in North America, with a glittery nightlife. By day, it’s a heaven for those who want to spend time on the beach and enjoying water-related activities. However, a savvy traveler will also find other things to do, such as visiting the historical sites, enjoying the nature or visiting a glass factory. Use the form above to search for the lowest fares to Los Cabos, or keep reading to learn more about planning your trip.
Direct Flights to Los Cabos
The city is served by a regional airport and receives both year-round and seasonal flights. Most international travelers to the Los Cabos area arrive through the way of a direct flight to Mexico City , followed by a discounted flight from one of the Mexican low-cost carriers. There are year-round direct flights from the following US cities: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Dallas, Houston, Newark, Atlanta, Detroit, Salt Lake City, Charlotte, Phoenix and Denver. Seasonal flights are available from other US destinations. There aren’t any direct flights from the UK. Always compare the direct flights with the connecting flights through Mexico City, which are usually cheaper.
Discount Airlines to Los Cabos
Los Cabos is both a destination for those looking for high-end vacations and those on a budget. Here are some of the low-cost airlines which serve Los Cabos:
Spring Break in Los Cabos
Those planning to join the huge crowds of youngsters spending Spring Break in Los Cabos should book both the flight and accommodation in advance. This is a peak travel period and the flights and hotels book up really fast. Los Cabos is the ideal spring break destination for college students from the US west coast colleges. It is loud, crowded but also fun!
If you are not looking into all night partying and crowds, it’s best NOT to come to Los Cabos during the Spring Break. Instead, if you prefer a more laid-back atmosphere and a relaxing vacation, plan to spend your vacation in Fall.
For more information on Los Cabos, check out BootsnAll’s Cabo San Lucas Travel Guide.