Los Cabos

Blog  |  Monday, March 27, 2023

4 Rainy Day Activities To Explore While Visiting Los Cabos

When you envision your exotic escape to Los Cabos, you probably picture sunny skies ahead. But what if the weather is less than picture-perfect during your stay?

Don’t let a rainy day put a damper on your vacation vibes. There’s so much to see and do in Los Cabos, no matter what’s on the weather forecast.

Keep these rainy-day activities in Los Cabos in mind to make the most of your time in the lap of laid-back luxury.

1. Admire the area’s amazing art galleries

Home to many talented local artists, Los Cabos is a mecca for art lovers as well.

Several towns are filled with galleries and shops showcasing curated collections of artwork and handcrafted wares.

San José del Cabo

Hop aboard your yacht and cruise over to San José del Cabo, where you’ll instantly feel transported back in time with the quaint colonial architecture that lies past the sandy beaches.

Tucked just behind the historic main square is the town’s ever-growing Gallery District, an idyllic spot for popping into an assortment of high-end fine art galleries.

Todos Santos

Only an hour from Cabo is the vibrant village of Todos Santos, founded in 1724. This magical place is home to the legendary Hotel California, as well as a number of art galleries and eclectic shops featuring handmade artisan goods like jewelry and sculptures.

2. Sip and dine in style

Delight the senses and go on a game-changing gastronomic adventure when visiting Los Cabos. There are several spots around the Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas grounds to tempt your tastebuds with bold, exotic food and drink concoctions.


Take a seat at Mozza’s indoor dining room and prepare for a flavorful feast. Chef Nancy’s culinary creations blend traditional Mexican flavors with a Baja Californian twist. Complement your dish with a glass of wine or craft cocktail.

“A Taste of Mexico”

Imbibe on Mexico’s signature liquor; tequila. Enjoy a private Agave tasting in one of the covered outdoor bar areas, led by the resort’s in-house Agave Master. Let the soothing sounds of the falling rain nearby put you at ease as you sip and mingle with acquaintances old and new.

Estiatorio Milos

This world-famous eatery’s only Western location is in Los Cabos. A chic fine dining restaurant, Estiatorio serves Mediterranean seafood with international flair to spare–not to mention unobstructed views of the shimmering Sea of Cortez.

Casa de Brasa

Mix things up from day to night at this covered poolside brasserie. Feast on homestyle favorites for lunch and elevate your dining experience at dinner with innovative fare that takes you on an Epicurean journey through the main elements of Mexican cuisine: tradition, land, ocean, and corn.

3. Explore must-see museums

Visiting Los Cabos wouldn’t be complete without soaking up some of the area’s rich history and culture. There are a number of can’t-miss museum experiences to be had locally.

Museo de Cabo San Lucas

At the Museo de Cabo San Lucas, located in the heart of downtown Cabo, you can trace the long history of the region. Beat the rainy day blues when you see skeletons of sea mammals, astronomy and sea biodiversity exhibits, and rotating seasonal exhibits.

Pasado Marina de Museo

Are you a fishing fanatic? Head over to the Pasado Marina de Museo, also located in Cabo San Lucas. Get up close and personal with preserved specimens of large tuna fish, sharks, and marlin, as well as some more exotic species. Learn about the storied history of the seaside community’s fishing industry by examining equipment, photographs, and other artifacts that have shaped the region into what it is today.

Museo Ruta de Plata

In its heyday, the village of El Triunfo was a bustling gold and silver mining hotspot. Although El Triunfo’s mining days are over, visitors can relive the village’s glory days with a trip to the Museo Ruta de Plata. The museum also focuses on the history of the settlement of the area. The historical mining museum and regional interpretive center has several feature. Interactive exhibits, a collection of precious minerals, an on-site restaurant, and an enjoyable tea room.

4. Indulge in the ultimate spa day

What could be a more enjoyable way to shelter from the storm than giving yourself royal treatment? As a guest or resident of the Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas, you can rejuvenate in pure decadence at the world-class spa.

Couples Suites

The spa also has couples suites, where quality time is always on the menu. So you can spend time at the spa in blissful solitude or alongside your significant other. After your side-by-side treatments are complete, take a refreshing dip in a private plunge pool that flows through the suites’ expansive indoor/outdoor spaces.

Agua Serena and Arena Dorada

Two spa suites, Agua Serena and Arena Dorada, offer a serene setting for a single or couples massage using healing, locally-sourced oils. Book a feel-good facial to purify your skin with clean, natural skincare products. Body wraps and scrubs reveal glowing, healthy skin while allowing you to relish your downtime.
Expert manicures and pedicures will then buff, polish and reinvigorate your hands and feet.
Enhancements like a hydrating face mask, detoxifying exfoliation, or a soothing sinus treatment will take you to the next level of luxe
Then complete your posh pampering with an array of savory snacks and chilled champagne.

Oasis Spa

Oasis Spa offers a regal retreat complete with several options for soaking away your stresses. Choose from complimentary “his and hers” wet areas, including a sauna, steam room, hydrotherapy whirlpools, or individual room-temperature pools. You’ll relax and unwind in opulent surroundings.

Wellness Amenities

Take a break from the outside world with a treat for your body and soul. Wellness options available at the spa include yoga, guided meditation, breathwork, and Reiki work. Replenish your spirit from the inside out.

Rain or shine, visiting Los Cabos is always an unforgettable experience. Make the unassuming elegance of the East Cape an everyday reality when you purchase a piece of waterfront property at Costa Palmas.