Los Cabos is best known for its natural beauty and incredible weather. The desert’s cool and dry conditions make it a year-round destination by having an average of only 10 rainy days a year.

Here are the Top 5 reasons why you should consider Los Cabos as a permanent or temporary home.


The location of Los Cabos is positioned right at the tip of the Baja Californian peninsula, where the mountain ranges end and meet the Pacific Ocean and Mar de Cortes. It is only a few hours away from the U.S. and Canada. Everything is a half-an-hour drive away; you can enjoy an early scuba dive at Cabo Pulmo and end your day on the Pacific side enjoying a cold beer at Todos Santos. However, you may have to stop to let the deers and cows cross the road. 


Los Cabos has the most desirable weather of 355 days of sunshine a year. All you need to pack is a couple of swimsuits and a comfy pair of sandals.  


While there are beautiful swimmable beaches, there is also the opportunity to have some of the best surfing, golfing, and sea fishing in the world. Whether you rather go camping on the deserted beach or spend a day at a spa in one of the most luxurious resorts, there’s always something to do for everyone.  


The low cost of living is overall cheaper than in the U.S. and Canada. This will give you the chance to have housekeepers, cooks, gardeners, and property managers. Click here to review why it’s so important to have your home managed under property management.


Private Mexican healthcare offers excellent service, and Los Cabos is no exception. Every medium to large city has at least one first-class hospital. According to The Lancet’s publication, Mexico ranks on the 48th for best health professionals worldwide. 

What other reason do you think will be a good fit for this list, please let me know in the comments section below.

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Lew Gallo
Lew Gallo
4 months ago

The only thing negative about this whole thing, is – I did not buy when I first visited Cabo. Especially, since I did buy a timeshare right on the beach, and spent 2 wonderful weeks every year for more than 17 years. And yes, I think we met before, I am Lew’s father.