Del Cabo Surf Shop was established in 2010 and is located in a world-class travel destination at the southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula. Our town Los Cabos is made up of two cities, cosmopolitan Cabo San Lucas, where the well-known rock formation known as "El Arco, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, and colonial-style San Jose del Cabo. The Tourist Corridor, a 20-mile stretch of gorgeous beaches, luxurious hotels, stores, and our surf shop connect them. This region, located in Baja California Sur, Mexico, offers the perfect setting for surf vacations for everyone: from adventure to tranquility, excellent food, various water sports activities, Surf Board, Boogie Board, Paddle Board, foam surfboard, surfing gifts, sport fishing and unparalleled nightlife.
Surfing in los Cabos offers diversity in location, break direction, surf travel, and level of difficulty and some of the greatest coastal scenery you’re likely to experience anywhere in the world. We’ve compiled information on some of the more popular breaks and put them together in our Los Cabos Surf Break Map. If you’re looking for the best surf shop in cabo; Del Cabo Surf Shop offers board rentals and surfboards for sales, surf board repairs and surf lessons. If you’re looking to camp out right where the waves are, you’ll find some info on surf camps on the Pacific side of the peninsula. When it comes to where to be when, there’s a pretty simple but effective rule to apply. Spring and Summer is Sea of Cortez time, Fall and Winter belong to the Pacific side of the Cabo. That doesn’t mean you can’t surf each side all year. In fact, Cabo is a year-round surfing destination, but like anywhere else, timing means everything and certain times of the year are just historically better than others. The Summer months of June through August bring storms with their winds pushing swells. With them comes some great surfing, but the downfall is that’s when the waves are the most crowded. The Fall months of September to November is really the time to be here to avoid crowds but still manage to catch good waves. The Pacific side of Los Cabos is where you want to be then as westerly swells usually bring consistent waves, and when the conditions are just right, twenty-footers can appear for days on end.