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Cabo san lucas Weather in September, Mexico


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Cabo san lucas Averages September

  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Sea Temperature?
    Average daily sea temperatures and divided by the number of days in the month. Sea Temperatures are taken from buoys, ships and even satellites can calculate sea temperature based on energy that is radiated from the sea's surface

    Sea Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    9 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    24.7 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    64.5 mm

Cabo san lucas Daily Averages September

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What's the weather like in Cabo San Lucas in September


Daily average temperatures in this month range from a high of 36C (97F) to a low of 23C (74F), with an overall average of 30C (85F). These temperatures are like those in San Juan, Puerto Rico and Lima, Peru. The average sea temperature in Cabo San Lucas is 28C (82F) in September. This is one of the warmest times of the year for the water, perfect for swimming and snorkelling.

Sunshine Hours

You'll see moderate levels of sunshine in September with an average of 9 hours a day.


September falls during Cabo San Lucas's storm season (from June to October) but don't expect downpours. The month has an average of 25 days with precipitation and an overall average rainfall of 65mm.


The average humidity is 77% in September.

Sunrise and Sunset

The duration of daylight is constantly decreasing in September. On September 1, the sun rises at 7:02 am and sets at 7:36 pm, creating 12:34 hours of daylight. On September 30, daybreak happens at 7:10 am and sundown takes place at 7:07 pm, with 11:56 hours of total daylight.

Wind Speed

You can expect moderate winds that range from .08 m/s to 3.7 m/s in September.

Extreme Weather

September falls at the height of the area's cyclone season and is the month in which powerful storms are most likely to strike. Hurricanes bring strong winds and coastal flooding.

Cabo San Lucas Hotels in September

Enjoy rounds of golf before shimmering ocean waters against a dramatic mountain backdrop at an upscale resort. Lounge on a private terrace before views of the Sea of Cortez. From boutique retreats in quiet cliff-side spots to accommodations in the heart of the marina action, Cabo San Lucas is home to a range of lodging options. 

Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort

A family-friendly retreat, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Golf & Spa Resort overlooks a white-sand beach and blue Pacific waters close to downtown Cabo San Lucas. Spacious suites have living areas, kitchenettes and furnished terraces with spectacular sea views. On the sprawling grounds you'll find six lagoon-style swimming pools and ten eateries including a Japanese restaurant and a traditional Mexican cantina. Parents will enjoy a full-service spa, while children can romp at a playground and find fun at a kids' club.

Sheraton Grand Los Cabos Hacienda del Mar

With vibrant Mediterranean design elements, Sheraton Grand Los Cabos Hacienda del Mar is an upscale hacienda-style getaway with three bars, four outdoor pools and five on-site restaurants. Enjoy accommodations with views of the Sea of Cortez overlooking the private white sands of Tortuga Beach. Pamper yourself at an exclusive spa and savour a tropical cocktail at a swim-up bar. Little ones will appreciate the Sheraton Adventure Kids Club and children's swimming area, while parents will love the adjacent Cabo del Sol golf courses.

Cabo Vista Hotel

In the heart of Cabo San Lucas, Cabo Vista Hotel offers boutique getaways with colonial style in a residential area a seven-minute walk to town centre. Studios and two-bedroom suites have kitchenettes, balconies or patios, and flat-screen TVs. Relax among traditional Mexican design elements including decorative ironwork and natural stone accents. Start the day with a complimentary continental breakfast and then stroll to the nearby shops, cafes and beaches of Cabo San Lucas.

Hotel Santa Fe Los Cabos by Villa Group

Offering value and functionality in downtown Cabo San Lucas, Hotel Santa Fe Los Cabos has colourful guestrooms with kitchenettes, refrigerators, microwaves, dining areas and pull-out sofas. While there is free WiFi, there are no TVs a clear attempt to urge you to unplug on your holiday. Most rooms look onto an outdoor pool. Breakfast is complimentary and there's an on-site deli for light meals.

Cabo San Lucas Beach for September

Playa Palmilla

North of Cabo San Lucas, Palmilla Beach is one of the premier spans of sand in Los Cabos. You can swim and snorkel in calm waters and laze under the shade of a thatched palapa on land. Fish from the shore at the rocky southern end, or hire a small fishing boat to cast your line offshore. In the late morning, fishermen return with their catches and you can buy fish fresh off the boat.

Bars and Restaurants

Enjoy candlelight dining at intimate beachside bistros. Discover traditional Mexican cuisine at longtime local favourites. From upscale Italian eateries to late-night bar food, the Cabo San Lucas culinary scene offers a range of diverse tastes and experiences.


While Edith's is in a popular tourist spot by Médano Beach, its intimate ambience makes it feel like a local hang. Enjoy fine dining by candlelight under a traditional thatched palapa, or in Edith's air-conditioned wine cellar. Must-trys are the signature Wally Special, a combo with garlic shrimp, grilled lobster and a mesquite-grilled daily catch, and Pancha Villa, with chicken enchilada and stuffed poblano pepper. The eatery is open daily from 5 pm to 11 pm.

Misiones De Kino

Named after Padre Kino, a famed Jesuit missionary who came to these shores in the 1600s, Misiones de Kino blends Italian and Mexican cuisines. On the same menu, you'll find tortilla soup and seafood burritos sharing space with baked rigatoni and pasta aioli. The intimate eatery is steeped in history and iconic style with revolutionary images and a bar with a decidedly tropical vibe. Enjoy alfresco dining in a lush courtyard. Perhaps cap your meal with their signature coffee, mixed with Kahlua and brandy, and their famed banana flambé. Misiones de Kino is open from Monday to Saturday from 3:30 pm to 11 pm and closed on Sunday.

Alcaravea Gourmet

An upscale eatery with a casual vibe, Alcaravea Gourmet has a menu of Italian fare with influences from across the Mediterranean. Pass through a trellised entrance with flowers and vines to a welcoming space serving entrées that include salad, bread and pasta dishes. While it leans to fine dining at night, Alcaravea's lunch specials are a bargain. Enjoy a meal complete with soup, salad, drink and a dessert for under $10 USD. The restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm.

Tacos Guss

With late-night hours and a location by the bar scene, Tacos Guss is popular with revellers who party to the wee hours. Enjoy traditional Mexican comfort favourites including enchiladas, alambres and a wide selection of tacos. The house speciality is a shoe-shaped huarache, deep-fried masa dough with your choice of toppings. Tacos Guss is open 24 hours a day seven days a week.

Things to do in Cabo San Lucas in September   

Do Some Saltwater Fly Fishing

Set out from the Cabo San Lucas Marina on a fly-fishing excursion. Charters take you to fertile fishing grounds in the Sea of Cortez where you can cast your rod to catch tuna, roosterfish, sailfish and marlin. Experienced guides can help you reel in catches using nothing more than fly-fishing gear or light tackle. Bring your haul back to the marina and have a restaurant cook it to your specifications.

Go on a Glass-Bottom Boat Tour

See the magnificent creatures that call the Cabo San Lucas Bay home on a glass-bottom boat tour. Outings head to the area's top spots including Land's End, Pirate's Cove and Sea Lion Colony. Get dropped off on Lovers Beach to spend some time on uncrowded sands. All along the way you'll have a window into Cabo's brilliant undersea world.

Set Off Sailing

Nothing says romance like a sail on open seas. Board a sailboat to glide through the glistening blue waters of the Sea of Cortez. Sail to the Pacific side of the peninsula to take in a sublime sunset. Stop off to snorkel at a hidden cove. From catamaran whale-watching tours to private sailboat outings, motor free is a serene way to experience the coast.

See Historical Structures

You can find time-honoured architecture in Cabo San Lucas, its neighbour to the north San José del Cabo and surrounding towns. Established in 1730, Mission San José del Cabo is the southernmost outpost established by the Jesuits in the colonial period. The Church of San Lucas looks much like it did when it was built over 300 years ago. Climb the nearby mirador tower at the Casa de la Cultura for a soaring view of Cabo San Lucas.