Cabo San Lucas All Inclusive – Where to find the best vacation deals
by Paul Joseph | Published September 4, 2020
Commonly referred to as “Cabo” in American English, the resort city of Cabo San Lucas on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula is renowned for its beautiful beaches, amazing water sports and hedonistic nightlife scene. Protected by the stunning Land’s End, day to day life in Cabo revolves around its beaches where visitors can partake in invigorating activities such as jet-skiing, banana-boating, parasailing, snorkeling, kitesurfing, diving and horseback-riding.
Cabo San Lucas Resort (Photo: Joy And Journe / CC BY 2.0)
If you’re after an all-inclusive package in Cabo San Lucas, the best advice we can give is to use one of the current market leading websites. These websites typically offer the most options (for flights and resorts) and as market leaders they usually offer the best rates too. And with long-standing reputations to uphold, they also tend to deliver excellent customer service as well as lenient cancellation policies.
Below are our reviews of the three most reputable travel booking websites. We suggest cross-checking the rates you find to give yourselves the best chance of getting a great deal for your Cabo San Lucas adventure.
Searching for Cabo San Lucas all-inclusive resorts with Cheap Caribbean, the initial impression was positive, with its clean and simple interface making the site enjoyable to use. The information provided on the resorts is also very thorough and it is even claimed that every resort listed has been personally reviewed by someone from the website. Special ‘deals of the week’ are also featured and thee often include airport transfers as part of the package. The only real negative is that the number of resorts listed is smaller than on other websites.
We found that more resorts tend to be listed on Expedia than on other websites, especially high-end options. Moreover, pricing for a number of the Cabo San Lucas resorts that we searched for tended to be lower than on its competitor sites. Another benefit is the additional detail provided on flights compared with other sites. On the downside, the descriptions of resorts are less detailed, which can affect consumers’ ability to make their choice.
Searching with Priceline is comparable with Expedia in terms of the number of resorts it brings up and their respective rates. And when it comes to booking resorts with no flights included, the options tend to be even better with Priceline. A less pleasing feature is the interface, which could do with a revamp to bring it up to standard, while the overall usability is also a little behind its competitors. Another aspect that loses the site marks is that airport transfers are not included in the packages it offers – which will be particularly disappointing to families and others keen to avoid hiring a car or using public transport to reach their accommodation.