ACRE BAJA WEDDING - planning a wedding in cabo

Hey there, engaged lovebirds! My name is Lukas, and I had the pleasure of shooting multiple weddings at the Acre in the past years and need to tell you how amazing it is. It is hands down the best wedding venue in Cabo and even my favorite in Mexico and the US. It's a laid-back, unique destination wedding spot. It should be at the top of your wedding venue list if you are into lush jungle settings, fantastic food, perfect weather, and all kinds of animals. Wedding planning has never been so easy once you finished my blog post, believe me!

A wedding couple is walking between their cheering guests in Cabo.

Why get married at Acre Baja? A wedding venue like no other!

Where is Acre in Cabo? How to get there?

Acre Baja is just ten minutes from the charming town of San Jose del Cabo and close to Puerto Los Cabos. Imagine yourself in the middle of a fairytale jungle, surrounded by a palm forest with vibrant foliage, tall palm trees, and a lush green canopy.

It's the perfect spot for a getaway in Cabo, a place to escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy the tranquility of the farm.

Despite being so close to the town, you'll feel like you're in a completely different world. The place's natural beauty is unbeatable, and anyone would love to experience it. Your best option to get to the Resort will be a taxi, rental car, or a shuttle from your hotel.

Acre Baja, an eco-resort paradise on 25 acres, is located at the foothills of San Jose del Cabo, just a quick drive from Cabo San Lucas.

It's the perfect spot for nature-loving couples, with not only treehouse accommodations but also an animal sanctuary, a mango orchard, a pool area that's straight out of a dream and an award-winning bar and restaurant.

The resort has so much to offer, from all the unique and beautiful features that make it a special place to all the activities you can enjoy with your guests. It's an oasis that you'll never forget, a true playground for all.

A Wedding at Acre Baja in los Cabos - treehouse, pool area, mango orchard, cocktail bar and more

Acre baja treehouse hotel from top

Treehouse Living at its Finest - Live Out Your Jungle Fantasy

The treehouses at Acre Baja are the perfect balance of earthy and sophisticated, a lush private jungle oasis with all the benefits of a boutique hotel.

Imagine waking up to dappled sunlight creeping through the thatched walls, sipping on small-batch mezcal from your terrace at golden hour, and falling asleep to the soothing sound of the Baja breeze weaving through the palm trees.

Come morning, chirping birds serve as your natural alarm clock.
On active days this may include the occasional crowing rooster!

Each treehouse is nestled in a canopy of palms and accessible via its own foliage-bedecked path, offering complete privacy just steps away from the buzz of the amazing restaurant and bar.

Poolside Cheers: Toast to Your New Beginning at Acre Baja's Palm-Tree Surrounded Pool

Imagine having your cocktail hour in a place that's as chill as beautiful. The pool area at Acre Baja is just that.

Surrounded by verdant palms, it's the perfect spot for a laid-back celebration after you say "I do."

Picture yourself sipping on a cold drink, munching on some tasty finger food, and having a mariachi band serenading you in the background.

That's the vibe you'll get at Acre Baja's pool area. It's the epitome of casual elegance for a wedding in Mexico. Your wedding guests will never forget a true Baja California experience.

wedding couple making their reception entrance at the mango orchard at acre Baja

Mango Magic: Create Unforgettable Memories at Acre Baja's Mango Orchard Reception Area

Picture this: you and your loved one, surrounded by lush green mango trees and your closets family and friends, dancing the night away on a beautiful tiled dance floor under a starry sky. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, it's not just a dream, it's a reality at Acre Baja's Mango Orchard Reception Area.

This hidden gem of a reception area is tucked away in the heart of Acre Baja's property, surrounded by rows and rows of mango trees. The tiled floor is the perfect dance floor, and the natural canopy of the trees creates a magical ambiance that's perfect for a fairytale-like celebration.

But it's not just the setting that's magical, the mango trees themselves add a unique touch to your special day. You and your guests can even take a break from dancing to pick and enjoy a ripe mango, plucked straight from the tree. It's a truly unique experience that you and your guests will never forget.

The Mango Orchard wedding Reception Area is perfect for intimate celebrations or big bashes, and it's versatile enough to accommodate any type of reception set up. The beauty of the space speaks for itself, but when you add in the delicious food and drinks, it's truly an experience like no other.

So, if you're looking for a reception area that's truly one-of-a-kind, look no further than the Mango Orchard Reception Area at the Acre resort. It's the perfect place to create unforgettable memories with your loved ones on your wedding day and the best way to end a true Cabo wedding.

acre baja table

Fine Dining Cabo Wedding Oasis: Discover the Delights of Acre Baja's Award-Winning Bar and Restaurant

Regarding dining, Acre Baja's award-winning bar and restaurant is the resort's crown jewel. The Acre Hotel restaurant is a feast for the senses and a culinary journey, thanks to the expertly crafted menu that features an array of flavors and ingredients from the local area.

As soon as you step into the restaurant, you'll be transported to a fine dining desert oasis with its elegant and sophisticated decor, comfortable seating, and warm lighting. The atmosphere is inviting and perfect for a romantic dinner or a celebratory meal with friends and family.

The menu is an ever-changing masterpiece, emphasizing fresh and locally sourced ingredients. The menu is sure to please every palate, including seafood, steaks, and vegetarian dishes. The restaurant is not just known for its delicious food but also for its extensive wine list.

But the show's real star is the award-winning bar, with a wide selection of cocktails, beer, and wine. The bartenders are experts in their craft and will make sure to whip up a drink that's perfect for you. So whether you're in the mood for a classic cocktail or something a little more adventurous, they've got you covered.

The restaurant also offers private dining options. Whether you select the Jungle Table, the open-air rooftop terrace, or the mezcal lounge, each unique area will give you the privacy you need to enjoy this culinary journey with your wedding party

Not just a wedding venue! The Animal sanctuary and acre Dogs

Acre Baja Donkey

You'll be surrounded by a bunch of animals at Acre Baja. Peacocks roaming around the resort, donkeys and horses ready for a visit, pigs, goats, rabbits, a camel, and dozens of cute little dog puppies waiting for love.

It's a true paradise for animal lovers and one of the most unique experiences you can have at the resort.

Acre Dogs is the most extensive project and was founded in 2017. Since then, hundreds of puppies have already been adopted, and everyone is welcome to help adopt a fur baby.


If you're considering getting married in Cabo, the best time is between May and July. This is when the crowds are smaller, and the weather is perfect. As a result, you'll have the ideal climate for your wedding weekend.

Plus, you'll avoid the storm season, which typically hits between August and October. Now, if you're open to a fall wedding, remember that August and September are the rainiest months in Cabo, with humidity levels reaching 75%.

But on the flip side, it's also typically less crowded and often cheaper to travel during this time. So if you're on a budget or looking for a more intimate setting, a fall wedding in Cabo might be the perfect option. Just keep an eye on the weather forecast and have a backup plan in case of rain or storm.

Another thing to keep in mind is that Cabo is known for its beautiful sunsets, so if you're planning an outdoor ceremony or reception, consider scheduling it in the late afternoon or early evening to take advantage of the stunning colors in the sky and impress your bridal party.

And lastly, if you're looking for a more private and secluded experience, consider getting married during the week instead of on the weekend. This way, the resort should be a little less crowded with visitors.

What is the best time for an Acre Baja wedding?

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Some things that you should know and think about

Your beautiful acre Baja wedding needs to be perfect, so you must consider the budget. Unfortunately, the resort does not have any specific wedding packages on its website, as each wedding is unique, and they customize everything for you.

The average couple spent between $45,000 - $60,000 for their Baja wedding at Acre. It is the Cabo wedding venue, but it's worth it! Feel free to visit the Acre website and inquire with them to get more info on costs.

Acre Resort Wedding Package - Wedding planning with cost in mind

Planning a wedding in Los Cabos is challenging, especially if you don't live in the area. Think about hiring a wedding planner that can help you with vendors, the wedding timeline, and anything else.

Ultimately, you want to enjoy your wedding day and not think about all the tiny things you need to do to improve your guest experience.

I recommend Martha Ayala, who is local and can surely help get the perfect Los Cabos wedding.

What about a wedding planner?

As amazing as the Acre resort is, it might not be the best choice for you personally. There are other excellent venues in the area. Check out my Cabo Wedding Guide, which offers more options and gives you some additional info for your Cabo Wedding.

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