What's on in Cabo in January
The month of January is characterized by essentially constant daily high temperatures, with daily highs around 26°C throughout the month, exceeding 30°C or dropping below 23°C only one day in ten.
Average January Temperatures in Cabo
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1 - New Year’s Day (Año Nuevo): National holiday. Banks and public government offices remain closed.
6 - Three Kings Day (Día de los Reyes): Traditional gift-giving day in the Mexican celebration of holidays when children receive toys and gifts in honor of the Three King’ visit to baby Jesus.
17 - Feast Day of San Antonio de Abad: A Mexican religious holiday during which the Catholic Church which allows animals to enter the church for their blessing
Surfing (Pacific Ocean)
Swell from the North comes in during the winter time
Cabo's wild nightlife is at its fullest during Spring Break (March) and from around mid-October through to New Years, but you can find a good party atmosphere during all the high season months. Even in the summer, clubs like Mandala and Pink Kitty are often packed so bring those dancing shoes! The main nightclubs are easily located on the main strip and there is plenty of variety to suit all tastes.
Whale Watching (Mexican Breeding Grounds)
Gray whales travel 10,000-12,000 miles round trip every year between their winter calving lagoons in the warm waters of Mexico and their summer feeding grounds in the cold Arctic seas. January is one of the peak months for seeing these magnificent animals. Take a look at our section on whale watching to find out what species you can see around Los Cabos.
Fishing in Cabo is good all year round. It all depends on what type of fish you’re looking to catch or whether you are looking to participate in a tournament.
January is normally good for Striped marlin although there are Tuna, Dorado, Roosterfish and Sierras around too. You can do research for your trip on iTravel-Cabo.com by reading past Cabo fishing reports for January.