Cabo san lucas Weather July Averages, Mexico

    • Temperature Temperature 30.45°C 87°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 37.3°C 99°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 23.6°C 74°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 106.9 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 26.2 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 26.79422°C 80°F

    Cabo san lucas Weather for July 2023

    What's the weather Like in Cabo San Lucas in July


    With temperatures equal to those in June, July is the hottest time of the year in Cabo San Lucas. Daily average temperatures in July range from a high of 37C (99F) to a low of 24C (74F), with an overall average of 30C (87F). These temperatures are similar to those in Bangkok, Thailand and Puerto Vallarta. The average sea temperature in Cabo San Lucas is 27C (80F) in July, lower than the year's high in August of 28C (83F).

    Sunshine Hours

    July has an average of 10 hours of sunshine a day, down from June's high of 12 daily hours.


    July is one of the rainiest months in Cabo San Lucas with an average of 107mm falling over 27 days. This is contrasted by 3mm over the month of January.


    The average relative humidity in July is 74%.

    Sunrise and Sunset

    On July 1, the sun rises at 6:38 am and sets at 8:08 pm, creating 13:30 hours of daylight. On July 31, daybreak happens at 6:50 am and sundown takes place at 8:01 pm, with 13:11 hours of total daylight.

    Wind Speed

    You can expect constant moderate winds in July ranging from .09 m/s to 3.6 m/s.

    Extreme Weather

    Although the hurricane season in the region runs from June to October, the months in which a storm is likely to hit are from August to October. September has the highest risk.

    Cabo San Lucas Hotels in July

    Stay at some of the best golf resorts in North America, family-friendly getaways with kids' clubs or boutique havens for romantic escapes. The dozens of diverse accommodations in Cabo San Lucas meet the needs of every traveller.

    Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort

    An upscale option overlooking Pacific waters, Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Golf & Spa Resort is an adults-only haven that's arguably one of the most romantic spots in Los Cabos. Though just minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas, the all-inclusive boutique retreat offers serene escapes with a private beach and the soothing Armonia Spa. Enjoy an intimate meal of sushi at the Pescados eatery, or fine dining with ocean views at Península Restaurant. You also have exclusive access to an exclusive Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course.

    Playa Grande Resort & Grand Spa

    A hacienda-style getaway at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Playa Grande Resort has elegant suites with kitchens, living rooms and terraces featuring ocean views. The white sands of a private beach are near though you may wish to lounge by one of the resort's infinity pools. An oceanfront spa specialises in ancient traditional treatments and a state-of-the-art fitness centre has ultra-modern equipment. With six unique on-site restaurants, you're spoilt for choice when you desire gourmet dining. There's also a kids' club and mini-golf for the little ones.

    Solmar Resort

    Tucked into cliffs on Lovers Beach, Solmar Resort has suites with kitchenettes, spa tubs and furnished terraces or balconies with sea views. Upgrade to a suite for a full living room with a sofa bed. Plunge into an outdoor pool and continue the refreshment with a tropical drink at a swim-up bar. Savour Baja cuisine at a terrace restaurant and indulge in a treatment at a world-class spa.

    Sunrock Condo Hotel

    For family trips and group holidays, Sunrock Condo Hotel has two-bedroom apartments overlooking Cabo San Lucas Bay. The air-conditioned accommodations have kitchens, living rooms, and private terraces with ocean views. On a large complex with ten towers, you'll have access to seven outdoor pools, a deli and on-site mini market. Sunrock is a five-minute walk to the beach and an 18-minute drive to downtown Cabo San Lucas.

    Cabo San Lucas Beach for July

    Playa Acapulquito

    Acapulquito Beach, or Old Man's Beach, lies in a cove and is a top spot for surfing. While a small sanctuary, the waves make it popular with the local surfers. Visitors can rent surfboards and stand-up paddleboards. The calm water is also optimal for snorkelling and swimming. If you prefer to stay on land, there's a California-style resort with a seafood restaurant and gardens that invite relaxation.

    Playa Santa Maria

    Santa María Beach is part of a marine sanctuary and so a great spot for snorkelling and swimming in waters that have an abundance of marine life. A protected bay also creates calm waters for swimming. You'll want to bring a camera as the pink sands and horseshoe-shaped terrain makes the beach picture perfect. While there are a few vendors, you won't find many food options so best you also bring something to snack on.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Savour fresh seafood that's brought into the marina each day. Dine at a high-end steakhouse or revel in late-night tacos at a sidewalk cafe. Cuisine in Cabo San Lucas satisfies every palate and every budget.

    Corazón de Alcachofa Restaurant

    Translating to Artichoke´s Heart, Corazón de Alcachofa specialises in artichoke that's grilled over mesquite wood, seasoned with fine herbs and served with creamy aioli. The eatery by Médano Beach offers self-described "market cuisine" that's locally sourced each day. Savour signature seafood dishes such as seared sea bass and octopus carpaccio over tomatillo with arugula avocado dressing. Pair your entrée with a craft cocktail or a selection from their extensive wine list. The restaurant is open daily from 5 pm to 12 am.

    Bajo La Luna Restaurant

    Translating to "Under the Moon," Bajo La Luna Restaurant is true to its name with a garden courtyard for alfresco dining. Enjoy a seafood-rich menu under twinkling lights to the sounds of fountains and soft live music. The eatery specialises in appetizers including watermelon-infused ceviche, clam bisque and seared sea scallops. Savour entrées such as grilled sea bass, shrimp with Sriracha sauce and prime-cut steaks. Why not indulge in a signature Bacon Bloody Mary? It's crafted with tomatoes roasted in their pizza oven. Bajo La Luna is open daily from 12 pm to 11 pm.

    The Stop Light Restaurant

    While the name Stop Light Restaurant references its old location downtown, the eatery still offers the same affordable comfort cuisine that's made it a long time favourite in the area. Traditional Mexican fare is served in a no-frills space with splashes of colour from bright tablecloths. Enjoy staples such as fajitas, enchiladas, quesadillas, tacos and chile rellenos. Breakfast dishes come with a choice of five different chilaquiles. Healthy choices such as grilled chicken are available for lunch and Surf and Turf for two is a popular selection for dinner. Stop Light is open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.

    La Taquiza

    The abundance of locals at this colourful taco joint by the marina is a good indication that you're in for a tasty meal. Unlike the area's meat-centric taquerias, La Taquiza is famed for its seafood tacos. However, the massive menu that lines its facade also has spiced-pork tacos, Suadero-beef tacos and carne asada. If you're feeling adventurous, try the taco de cabeza -- made with beef cheeks and topped with onions. La Taquiza is open daily from 8 am to 2 am

    Things to do in Cabo San Lucas in July   

    Enjoy the Nightlife Scene

    There is no shortage of party places in Cabo San Lucas. Nightlife falls into two categories clubs with DJs and energetic dance music and places with live music that lean to classic rock. Those looking for the former can take late-night outings to hot spots including the Blue Marlin Ibiza at ME Cabo. For the latter, the top spot is Cabo Wabo, founded by rocker Sammy Hagar.

    Have Some Flyboard Fun

    If blasting out over ocean waters is your idea of a good time, give flyboarding a shot. Likened to a skateboard in the air, flyboards hover over the water with jet-propelled streams. It's not as difficult as it sounds. With seasoned instructors, most novices are up and zipping over the water's surface in minutes.

    Visit the Arch of Cabo San Lucas

    You can take a trip to the iconic rock formation at the end of the peninsula. Known locally as El Arco, the arch is best visited by glass-bottom boat. Watch a world of undersea creatures pass beneath you on a cruise to the shores of the arch. You can also book a water taxi. Those up for a fitness test can rent a kayak and paddle out to the idyllic spot.

    Camel Ride Through the Desert

    camel caravan on the Mexican coast? Yes. The Cabo San Lucas seaside is backed by desert terrain, making it an optimal spot for a camel excursion. Hop onto the mighty beast's hump for a leisurely tour of the Cabo desert. The trip also takes you down to the beach for an Instagram-perfect trek along the shore.

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