If you love the tropical heat, but aren’t one for a traditional beachside wedding, the Mexican resort destination, Los Cabos might be for you. Boasting secluded caves, private resorts and long stretches of white sand, Los Cabos also offers some exciting options for our more adventurous fairies.
1. Underwater Weddings
Bahia Hotel and Beach Club has teamed up with Nautilus Dive Tech and Los Cabos Minister Services to give you a once in a lifetime experience – an underwater wedding in the Sea of Cortez. This package provides you with everything you need to prepare for the wedding, including a rehearsal dive, underwater bouquet, boutonniere bowtie, veil, white lace garter, two replica rings (available to keep as mementos); and of course the minister!
2. Hush-Hush Weddings
Situated between two bluffs and overlooking the Sea of Cortez, Esperanza offers the only private resort beach in Cabo San Lucas, so you can get hitched as the sun sets in total seclusion. Casa Natalia’s gated-off garden is a charming and exclusive option for an intimate ceremony.
3. A Treasure Hunt Proposal
The ultimate surprise marriage proposal begins with a 30-minute journey to a secret location outside of Las Ventanas al Paraiso, where couples are whisked away on Razor Polaris vehicles on a spectacular treasure hunt and authentic exploration through Baja. Armed with a map, compass and a guide to the indigenous flora and fauna of the region, couples will have to answer five questions that will take them through stunning Pacific beaches and the breathtaking canyons of the Baja desert. And the grand finale: A romantic set-up for a storybook proposal!
4. Wedding with a View
Sunset da Mona Lisa offers a unique wedding location at the tip of the bay of Cabo San Lucas, with panoramic views of Los Cabos’ iconic Arch in the background as you say “I Do.” The venue caters to weddings of all sizes, from an intimate gathering for 20 to a celebration for 200, and offering delicious Italian food, dancing under the stars and the chance to take unforgettable photos against the setting sun.
5. Lover’s Beach
Lover’s Beach, named after the point where two seas unite, is renowned for its notably calm waters when compared to other surrounding beaches. Lover’s Beach is also home to internationally acclaimed landmark, El Arco (The Arch) a structure completely unique to Los Cabos. Water transportation is necessary to visit the picturesque beach, which creates a remote and exclusive escape for couples to enjoy.
If you’d like to get more information on a Mexican wedding, visit www.visitloscabos.travel