What's on in Cabo in September
The month of September is characterized by essentially constant daily high temperatures, with daily highs around 33°C throughout the month, exceeding 36°C or dropping below 30°C only one day in ten.
September Temperatures in Cabo
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1 - Annual State of the Union: Though this date is an approximation, the President delivers the State of the Union Address in the autumn.
8 - Día de Nuestra Señora: This local Baja holiday celebrates Baja's first mission.
Mexico's Independence: Commemorated during the month of September, with the famed Independence Eve celebration taking place on the 15th. On this night, the central plaza is filled with revellers participating in the traditional grito, or Cry for Independence. The following day is a national holiday, celebrated by a parade through the center of town and continuing festivities.
September 14 - Charro Day: Mexican Charros (Mexican cowboys) parade through town in morning (beginning at 10:00 am) wearing traditional charro outfits with beautifully decorated jackets, pants and sombreros.
Their finely brushed horses are decked with their best equipment.
Festivities continue throughout the day and evening at various charro rings, celebrations include bullfights, calf roping, traditional Mexican food and dancing.
15 - 16 Mexican Independence Celebration in Los Cabos: The day before the Mexican Independence Day will be celebrated with fireworks, folk dancing and mariachi bands. These festivities will be followed the next day with parades, speeches, family picnics and more.
Surfing (Sea of Cortez)
Swell from the South comes in during the summer months
By September we are still waiting for the Gray whales to arrive on their annual migration however there are still some species which can be seen and you could well
be lucky enough to see a superpod of dolphins shadowing the schools of
Yellowfin tuna. On occasion these super pods can number literally thousands of
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.
Blue and Black marlin are still to be found as are Pacific sailfish, dorado, Yellowfin tuna and Striped marlin.
You can do research
for your trip on iTravel-Cabo.com by reading past Cabo fishing reports for