Cabo san lucas Weather March Averages, Mexico

    • Temperature Temperature 21.25°C 70°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 29.6°C 85°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 12.9°C 55°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 11 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 7 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 25.7 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22.74543333°C 73°F

    Cabo san lucas Weather for March 2022

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

    Temperature

    March is one of the cooler months of the year in Cabo San Lucas. Daily highs reach an average of 30C (86F) and drop to average lows of 13C (55F). March's overall average is 21C (70F). These conditions are cooler than other Pacific Ocean locales such as Hawaii and warmer than spots farther north on the North American west coast such as Los Angeles. The average sea temperature in Cabo San Lucas in March is 23C (73F). That's some of the coolest temperatures all year and you might want to use a wetsuit while snorkelling or surfing.

    Sunshine Hours

    Famed for its year-round sunny skies, Cabo San Lucas has an average of 11 hours of sunshine a day in March, just under the yearly high of 12 hours a day in April, May, and June.

    Rainfall

    You aren't likely to see much rain in March, with an average of 7mm falling over 26 days. This contrasts 107mm over 27 days in June and July.

    Humidity

    You can expect moderate humidity in March with an average of 77%, contrasted by the year's high in December of 85%.

    Sunrise and Sunset

    On March 1, the sun comes up at 6:40 am and goes down at 6:23 pm, producing 11:42 hours of daylight. On March 31, sunrise occurs at 6:12 am and sundown happens at 6:34 pm, with 12:21 total hours of daylight.

    Wind Speed

    Cabo San Lucas experiences a range that runs from nearly no winds to moderate breezes in March, so you can expect wind speeds to span .08 m/s to 4.1 m/s.

    Extreme Weather

    Falling in the cooler winter period, March isn't likely to see any extreme weather that's possible during the region's storm season from June to October.

    Cabo San Lucas Hotels in March

    Tucked at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas has hotels and resorts on the shores of both the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez. Whichever side you choose, you'll be close to shimmering ocean waters and long stretches of pristine beaches.

    Pueblo Bonito Montecristo Estates Luxury Villas

    How about a getaway at a luxury villa with maid and butler service? Pueblo Bonito Montecristo Estates Luxury Villas has three-bedroom homes with personal plunge pools, fireplaces, terraces with barbecues and spa tubs both inside and outside. Gourmet meals served in your dining room are included. Set in a lush patch of nature and overlooking brilliant blue Pacific waters, the haven also gives you access to the restaurants and bars of four nearby Pueblo Bonito properties.

    Grand Velas Los Cabos

    On a prime spot above the Sea of Cortez, Grand Velas Los Cabos invites you to repose with all-inclusive luxury. Elegant guestrooms and suites have spa tubs, oceanfront terraces and personal plunge pools. Dine at one of eight eateries that include a breezy cafe and an upscale restaurant with gourmet cuisine. Refresh at one of three infinity pools and rejuvenate at a world-class spa. A family-friendly retreat, Grand Velas also has both Teen's and Kid's Clubs with water activities.

    Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa Los Cabos

    Villa La Estancia Beach Resort & Spa offers a casual upscale experience on Médano Beach. One to three-bedroom hacienda-style suites have furnished terraces or balconies with ocean views, kitchenettes, living rooms and barbecue facilities. Walk its lush gardens to enjoy a treatment at the exclusive Desert Spa. Work out at a modern fitness centre then enjoy a meal at a poolside eatery.

    Hotel Quinta Del Sol

    A ten-minute walk from Médano Beach, Hotel Quinta Del Sol has spacious suites with vibrant Mexican décors in downtown Cabo San Lucas. Accommodations come with kitchens, dining areas, safes and satellite TVs. Splash at one (or both) of the two outdoor pools before soaking away stress in a spa tub. Start your day with a complimentary breakfast and enjoy a dinner of traditional Mexican cuisine at Las Quintas Restaurant. And why not pamper yourself with a treatment at the spa.

    Cabo San Lucas Beach for March

    Playa Chileno

    One of the area's more popular strips of sand, Chileno Beach can get crowded on the weekends. A reef that runs along the shore is home to a wide variety of marine life and thus a big draw for snorkelers and divers. Endangered sea turtles are often spotted in the waters. A marine sanctuary, Chileno doesn't allow motorized watercrafts so you can count on a more-serene beach scene.

    Bars and Restaurants

    With fishermen bringing catches into the marina each day, you can always count on finding fresh seafood in Cabo San Lucas. Influences from across the world have also brought international cuisine and American comfort-food favourites.

    La Roca

    Offering a romantic setting on the grounds of the Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa, La Roca serves innovative cuisine before inspiring ocean views. Arrive at dusk and settle into patio seating to take in a sublime sunset. The menu infuses Baja fare with American influences for dishes including steamed clams and grilled red snapper. Savour delicacies such as seaweed-seared tuna and shrimp tacos accented by pineapple relish. Complete your meal with a delight from La Roca's not-to-be-missed selection of homemade baked goods. La Roca is open daily from 7 am to 12 pm and from 6 pm to 10 pm.

    Fisherman's Landing

    As you might suspect, Fisherman's Landing specialises in seafood. The casual dockside eatery prepares fresh-caught Dorado in a variety of styles including seared, grilled and in sushi platters. Their wide range of selections from the sea includes whole red snapper, salmon nigiri and creamy clam chowder. Buckets of iced beer are affordable and shrimp tacos are said to be some of the best in town. If you happen to be on a fishing trip, know you can bring in your catches and Fisherman's will prepare them to your liking. They're open daily from 11 am to 10 pm.

    La Chatita Restaurant & Bar

    A favourite among locals and visitors alike, La Chatita Restaurant & Bar is known for cooking caught fish brought in by its customers. Fresh catches are prepared in a variety of styles: blackened, seared, grilled, fried, and as sashimi. Don't worry if you don't fish. The marina restaurant serves seafood selections such as calamari, Oysters Rockefeller and seared tuna steak brought in by local fishermen. They're also known for affordable Mexican fare such as fajitas and chilli relleno. La Chatitia is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.

    El Pollo de Oro

    To sample some of the most popular comfort food in Cabo San Lucas, head to El Pollo de Oro. You're apt to see lots of locals waiting for takeout at the eatery's entrance. Get some grub to go or continue through to a spacious dining area. As their name "Golden Chicken" suggests, chicken platters are the house speciality. You'll also find some of the tastiest pork ribs in town, served with hearty sides of rice and macaroni salad. El Pollo de Oro is open from Monday to Wednesday from 8 am to 10 pm.

    Things to do in Cabo San Lucas in March           

    Surf at Lovers Beach

    Why not learn to surf on your trip to Cabo San Lucas? From beginners to seasoned surfers, Lovers Beach is a great spot to catch some waves. Set at the edge of a peninsula where two oceans converge, you can surf the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez in one outing. The water is often chilly so it's a good idea to use a wetsuit.

    See Historical Architecture

    A short stroll from town square you can visit one of the oldest structures in Cabo San Lucas. The Parroquia San Lucas Evangelista was built by a Spanish missionary in 1730. While there has been some renovation over the centuries, the simple church is much like it was in the 16th century. Mass is still held there. Dress accordingly if you attend as there is no air conditioning.

    Take a Fishing Charter

    People from across the globe head to Cabo San Lucas to embark on fishing adventures. The warm waters where the Pacific and Sea of Cortez meet teem with an abundance of game fish. Set off on a charter to reel in tuna, wahoo, dorado and even the prized Black Marlin. Many of the area's hotels have freezers for your catches and restaurants will cook them to your liking.

    Chill on Chileno Beach

    If you've come to Cabo San Lucas to relax on the sand, Chileno Beach is the place for you. While it's popular and can get crowded on the weekend, there are a sufficient number of rental umbrellas and palapas to ensure you'll have a shady spot on the shore. Head there on a weekday to find fewer people and more room to enjoy the calm waters that are perfect for snorkelling.

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