A Bougie Three-Day Cabo Bachelorette Party

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Mica Sangiacomo

  • Mexico

  • Cabo

  • Bachelorette Party Destinations

  • Beaches

  • Group Travel

  • Luxury Travel

  • Food & Wine

small boast cruising in front of a rock formation in the ocean on a sunny day
Curator’s statement

Cabo is a tried-and-true destination for all ages and types of travelers. Relaxing couples weekend? Sign us up! Family vacation? Absolutely. Spring break? Let’s go! But for the purpose of this guide, we’ll be focusing on our beautiful bride and grooms to be, the almighty bachelorette and bachelor squads.

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Day 1: Arrive in Mexico & kick off your Cabo bachelorette party

three green margaritas with jalapeños and salted rims

Flying into Los Cabos International airport is fairly easy, especially from the West Coast. It’s a great place for groups flying in from different locations, mainly because the meeting point is the one-and-only, infamous Cabo airport bar. If you’re the first to land, post up here and wait for your fellow bachelorettes. You’re sure to be entertained by the other groups that have landed. The bar has great WiFi, so get some work done, or simply sip on your first marg of the trip and soak it all in.

Organize a car via your villa accommodation, hotel or travel advisor. Do NOT get a ride with someone soliciting at the airport — you will likely overpay.

Check in at your accommodation, make a margarita and head out to Flora Farms or Edith's for dinner. Flora Farms is a stunning, farm-to-table, organic restaurant with a seasonal menu. All of the margaritas are made fresh. You can't go wrong! It is a bit north of Cabo, so bring margaritas for the car ride.

After dinner, head back to the villa or hotel and rest up for tomorrow.

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A note from Mica

Definitely rent a car service for the weekend. It is incredibly helpful, and cost efficient, to reserve a driver. Give them your itinerary for the weekend and they will take your group from place to place as needed. Most car companies have vans that will accommodate 14 passengers. Pro tip: bring cash to pay and tip for the service.

Groceries are important. Work with your villa rental company to have snacks, breakfast, liquids, alcohol and sunscreen ready upon arrival. They'll also be able to help you re-stock if you run out of anything.

Day 2: Boat day

sailboat sailing in front of an arched rock formation in the ocean

It's important to note that the winds are subject to change and the boat might cancel last minute. A great back up is spending the day at SUR Beach House, and wandering over to Mango Deck to watch, or maybe even participate in, the friendly competitions.

If all systems are a go, wear your cutest matching bathing suits (whatever your color scheme may be) and head to The Office on the Beach for lunch and beverages before boarding. Most charters come with booze and snacks, so no need to go too crazy at The Office. I recommend a half-day charter, which is usually around four hours.

Head back to your villa and hang out by the pool for sunset. If you're in a villa, I recommend getting dinner catered by a local chef. Or head to dinner at The Rooftop at the Cape.

For all those late-night party goers, El Squid Roe and Mandala Los Cabos are fun options. Squid Roe is more for the college type, whereas Mandala is a step up.

Day 3: Relish the final full day of your Cabo bachelorette party

steak tacos and limes on parchment paper

Congratulations, you've made it to day three!!

Sleep in, drink water, hash out the night and put on your best day outfit for Bagatelle Los Cabos. Make the reservation for around 1:30pm. After a few drinks and delicious guacamole, you'll be dancing on the tables with the rest of the guests and waving your napkins in the air. It's so fun you won't want to leave.

Head back for some downtime before dinner at El Huerto Farm to Table for the last night.

Need to Know

Looking for more travel tips? Also check out my guide to a 3-Day mountain getaway to Niseko, Japan.

Advisor - Mica Sangiacomo

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Mica Sangiacomo

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