RCI Timeshares in Cabo San Lucas
RCI timeshares in Cabo San Lucas Mexico are great for a timeshare exchange vacation. Especially if you go in February or March. This is peak whale watching season and one of the best places in the world to watch California Gray whales from the shore. The other two are Iceland and Antarctica-too far and too cold and don’t have any RCI timeshares.
I lived in Cabo for 6 years and you can expect daytime temperatures in the mid 70′s to low 80′s while you sit on a beautiful beach at one of the many RCI timeshares watching whales cavort just off shore. On the Pacific side of Cabo they often come in close enough to shore to hear them spout.
Recommended RCI Timeshares
There are many great RCI timeshares in Cabo San Lucas. Some of the best for whale watching are: Sol Mar, Playa Grande, Finestera and Pueblo Bonito Sunset. Grab a week in one of the many beautiful RCI timeshares, get out of the cold and go see one of the most spectacular displays of nature you’ll ever witness.
If you do grab one of the RCI timeshares in paradise to go see the California Gray whales I recommend that you do a sunset dinner cruise instead of a whale watching cruise. That way you get to eat, drink and watch sunset while the whales are entertaining you. And they really do put on a show.
Some stand on their head and wave their tail, others roll on their side and wave a flipper and some spy hop, or stick just their head out of the water to take a look around. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to see a breach. Usually it’s the big males that do the breaching. To see a 45 foot long, 40,000 pound whale throw himself three quarters of the way out of the water landing on his back is something you’ll never forget. And you can do it from one of the many RCI timeshares.
For those of you that do end up in Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area for whale watching I recommend that you add on a few extra days and arrange a trip to Magdalena Bay 4-5 hours north of Cabo. There are no RCI timeshares there so you’ll have to rent a room.
This is one of the 3 bays that the California Gray Whales breed and calve on the Baja Peninsula. It’s here where you will not only witness one of the largest congregations of whales anywhere, but also have the chance, if you’re lucky, to pet a baby whale from you boat. There is no guarantee you’ll be able to pet one but just being on the water with so many whales is incredible.
On my third trip to Magdalena Bay I petted a baby off and on for 30 minutes while the 40 foot long mother observed nearby. It ranks as one of the best all time life experiences I ever enjoyed.
You’ll never forget doing this
You’ll want to arrange for accommodations in the Magdalena Bay area before you leave Cabo because they fill up during whale watching season. You can do that before you go to Cabo, preferable, or have the activities director at one of the RCI timeshares you’re staying at help you.
In fact, once you’ve reserved one of the RCI timeshares you can call the front desk and arrange the trip before hand. Make sure to bring something warm to wear as the weather can be much cooler in Magdalena Bay than sunny Cabo.
Availability in RCI Timeshares
If you’d like to see the whales next year put in your timeshare exchange request now. The greatest demand for RCI timeshares in Cabo San Lucas and Los Cabos is between Christmas and Easter so timeshare exchange availability is limited.
Even though there are no major brand name timeshare resorts like Marriott, Disney or Hyatt, yet in Cabo San Lucas, many of the RCI timeshares are of superior quality and right on the beach.
The Club Regina at the Westin is one of many beautiful RCI timeshares on the beach if you prefer to stay in San Jose del Cabo.