What's on in Cabo in November
The month of November is characterized by falling daily high temperatures, with daily highs decreasing from 32°C to 28°C over the course of the month, exceeding 35°C or dropping below 25°C only one day in ten.
November Temperatures in Cabo
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1 - 2 Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead): An important Mexican holiday merges pre-Columbian beliefs and modern Catholicism. Europe's All Saint's Day and the Aztec worship of the dead contribute to these two days honoring Mexico's dead.
20 - Revolution day: On this day parades and rodeos commemorate the Mexican Revolution.
Last Thursday in November: Thanksgiving.
Surfing (Pacific Ocean)
Swell from the North comes in during the winter time
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. The main nightclubs are easily located on
the main strip and there is plenty of variety to suit all tastes.
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.
often and excellent month 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.
The Striped marlin run should be starting this month however there could still be some large Blue marlin in the area so be ready! Dorado and Yellowfin are abundant and inshore the sierras should be starting to arrive along with the usual roosterfish.
You can do research
for your trip on iTravel-Cabo.com by reading past Cabo fishing reports for