You can head to the mountains, cruise along the oceanfront and make your way to other towns and cities on some easy Cabo day trips.
It’s safe to rent a car in Cabo and drive. The crime rates are low and you’re not likely to be car-jacked on the main roads. The road conditions are generally pretty good, too.
– Hertz – Budget – Sixt – Alamo – Enterprise – Avis
Avis, Enterprise, National and Hertz pop up on various Cabo car rental review sites as some of the best companies.
To give you an idea of how much it might be, on our last trip to Cabo in late December, the rental rate ranged from $52 to $55 USD a day from big-name rental agencies.
Because the basic insurance coverage is so limited, it’s recommended that you buy additional third-party liability insurance to the tune of at least $300,000 USD.