Cabo Bachelorette Trip
Tasked with planning a bachelorette trip to Cabo? This article will give you an ideal itinerary, accommodation, restaurant and bar recommendations, as well as a list of decor and accessories to make the weekend a hit.
8 Places • ago
$10.00

If you are a MOH or bride and are thinking of Cabo for the Bachelorette Trip, here's an itinerary along with some additional details to help your planning process. 

This itinerary keeps the weekend filled with fun activities, but doesn't skimp on much needed down time. 

THURSDAY

3 - 6 PM: Arrivals

6 - 7:30 PM: Taco Bar @ the Villa

8 - 10 PM: Get ready / pregame

10 PM: Head Out

FRIDAY

9:30 - 10:30 AM: Workout (Optional)*

*Zumba was a fun workout for our group!

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Breakfast & Get Ready for the Beach

1:00 PM: Lunch Reservations at The Office

After lunch, hang out on the beach. 

7:00 PM: "Bride to Be" Pregame*

*Optional: The Bride picks a fun, bright color to wear & the rest of the group wears white.

8:30 PM: Reservation at Poncho's for a tequila tasting

Night Out

SATURDAY

AM: Breakfast at everyone's leisure (drink coffee outside on the porch! sleep in if it's needed!)

12:00 - 4:00 PM: Catamaran Cruise

6:30 PM: Pizza Night at the Villa

Night Out (Optional)

SUNDAY

AM: Breakfast / Cleanup / Departures

MORE DETAILS

Now that you have an idea of the itinerary, here are some more details! We rented our homes through CaboVillas. When you rent a house through CaboVillas, there is a concierge who can also help you to further plan your trip and make sure you are all settled. They help with the transportation upon arrival to the airport which is super helpful and booked us our catamaran. Our group was so big that we had to get two houses. We stayed in Villa Victoria and Villa Tequila, which were within walking distance of each other. 

We opted for the Sun Cat Catamaran afternoon ride and can't recommend it enough. It was the highlight of the trip for most of us! As a present to the bride, we all chipped in to get the photographer as well which was a fun bonus. Since it was a big group of us, it was about $15 extra per person. Lastly, they coordinated getting our groceries which was a huge time saver! We knew we wanted to get groceries to be able to have some meals & snacks at our home for the weekend. 

The tequila tasting at Poncho's was an interesting learning experience, but it is quite long, so be prepared. If you are looking for a fun stop on your way out, you can still go to Poncho's but opt out of the tequila tasting and just get dinner & drinks. 

THE SPOTS

El Squid Roe - Cabo Bar & Restaurant
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Mandala Los Cabos
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Crush Nightspot
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The Office on the Beach
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Pancho´s Restaurant
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Flora Farms
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Mango Deck
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DECOR & ACCESSORIES

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Cabo Bachelorette Trip
Tasked with planning a bachelorette trip to Cabo? This article will give you an ideal itinerary, accommodation, restaurant and bar recommendations, as well as a list of decor and accessories to make the weekend a hit.
8 Places • ago
$10.00

If you are a MOH or bride and are thinking of Cabo for the Bachelorette Trip, here's an itinerary along with some additional details to help your planning process. 

This itinerary keeps the weekend filled with fun activities, but doesn't skimp on much needed down time. 

THURSDAY

3 - 6 PM: Arrivals

6 - 7:30 PM: Taco Bar @ the Villa

8 - 10 PM: Get ready / pregame

10 PM: Head Out

FRIDAY

9:30 - 10:30 AM: Workout (Optional)*

*Zumba was a fun workout for our group!

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Breakfast & Get Ready for the Beach

1:00 PM: Lunch Reservations at The Office

After lunch, hang out on the beach. 

7:00 PM: "Bride to Be" Pregame*

*Optional: The Bride picks a fun, bright color to wear & the rest of the group wears white.

8:30 PM: Reservation at Poncho's for a tequila tasting

Night Out

SATURDAY

AM: Breakfast at everyone's leisure (drink coffee outside on the porch! sleep in if it's needed!)

12:00 - 4:00 PM: Catamaran Cruise

6:30 PM: Pizza Night at the Villa

Night Out (Optional)

SUNDAY

AM: Breakfast / Cleanup / Departures

MORE DETAILS

Now that you have an idea of the itinerary, here are some more details! We rented our homes through CaboVillas. When you rent a house through CaboVillas, there is a concierge who can also help you to further plan your trip and make sure you are all settled. They help with the transportation upon arrival to the airport which is super helpful and booked us our catamaran. Our group was so big that we had to get two houses. We stayed in Villa Victoria and Villa Tequila, which were within walking distance of each other. 

We opted for the Sun Cat Catamaran afternoon ride and can't recommend it enough. It was the highlight of the trip for most of us! As a present to the bride, we all chipped in to get the photographer as well which was a fun bonus. Since it was a big group of us, it was about $15 extra per person. Lastly, they coordinated getting our groceries which was a huge time saver! We knew we wanted to get groceries to be able to have some meals & snacks at our home for the weekend. 

The tequila tasting at Poncho's was an interesting learning experience, but it is quite long, so be prepared. If you are looking for a fun stop on your way out, you can still go to Poncho's but opt out of the tequila tasting and just get dinner & drinks. 

THE SPOTS

El Squid Roe - Cabo Bar & Restaurant
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Mandala Los Cabos
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Crush Nightspot
@meghanreinhardt
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The Office on the Beach
@meghanreinhardt
Fun, rowdy place to grab lunch with the group. Food & drinks were great!
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Details
Pancho´s Restaurant
@meghanreinhardt
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Details
Flora Farms
@meghanreinhardt
We didn't get here, but I've only heard great things.
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Details
Mango Deck
@meghanreinhardt
Another place we didn't get to, but it was recommended to me.
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Details

DECOR & ACCESSORIES

* * *
CURATED BY
I'm lucky enough to call New York City home, and have the opportunity to travel extensively for work and pleasure. With friends and family across the country and always somewhere new on my "to travel" list, I love researching destinations and coming up with the best itinerary that has the perfect blend of adventure & relaxation. Favorite vacation spot: Outer Banks, North Carolina Most unique travel experience: Hot air ballooning in Cappadocia
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