Cabo San Lucas is an amazing location for a bachelorette. Sun, sea, and sky — plus Lauren Conrad picked it for her bach, so you know it’s got something going for it. Here are some of our favorite tips and tricks for a destination bachelorette in Cabo based on the ones we’ve planned:
Rent a villa
Sure, there are lots of hotels (and some fantastic daytime pool parties), but you can get a drop-dead gorgeous villa with amazing views all to yourself for a reasonable price. Just try to pick something close to downtown so you’re not constantly dealing with transportation logistics to get into Cabo. We’ve enjoyed working with CaboVillas.com.
Get a chef and a ride
Cabo Chef Services was one of our favorites, and they can pre-stock your house with snacks and drinks before you get there. Make sure to book your transportation as much ahead of time as possible (especially to the airport). All Ways Transportation has always been very responsive and helpful!
Enjoy the outdoors
Go out on banana boats or jet skiing, then have a boat take you snorkeling. Kayaking and ATV tours are other fun options to get everyone out and about. And then, obviously, lazing beach or poolside is necessary.
Food & Drinks
For eating and nightlife, try Los Tres Gallos. For really excellent (and well-priced) Mexican food and the Sunset De Mona Lisa (aim for a sunset dinner or a lunch so you can enjoy the spectacular view). Baja Cantina, a beach-side restaurant and grill with excellent food, and Chamuyo, an Argentinian steakhouse with a cool outdoor courtyard, are also great options. For going out, Cabo Wabo Cantina, Slim’s Giggling Marling, El Squid Roe and the four-hour happy hour at Nowhere Bar are all good options.
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