Oops, she did it again. For the third time this year, Britney Spears was spotted recently enjoying the sand and surf of Los Cabos while on vacation.
It’s become a popular hangout for the pop singer to escape the hustle and bustle and some controversy and relax while enjoying the Mexican beach resort destination’s sand and surf.
Selfie With Britney?
Britney returns to Los Cabos for some rest and relaxation after being involved in a scandal in Las Vegas where reportedly she was struck by the bodyguard of NBA No. 1 draft pick Victor Wembanyama.
Britney claimed she was a fan just trying to get a photo, and the bodyguard claims she was backhanded by mistake. No charges have been filed by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Not a Rhinestone Cowgirl
During her latest trip to Los Cabos, Britney does some horseback riding on the beach in a yellow bikini top, black shorts, and sandals in her new social media posts.
That’s a popular tourist activity in Los Cabos enjoyed by many visitors to the beach resort destination.
There’s no indication of what beach she was riding on, but she appears to be enjoying herself in the sand and surf.
Her comment about the ride on Instagram was, “First time on a horse at the beach !!! I scared myself because I’ve never felt so alive.”
Throwback Twenty Years Ago
This time she also posted a video of herself on Instagram dancing to La Isla Bonita by Madonna in a living room with an ocean view while dressed in a yellow bikini.
It was an interesting throwback to 20 years ago at the MTV Video Music Awards, where Britney and Madonna shared the infamous on-stage kiss.
The song, by the way, refers to the town of San Pedro, which is actually located on Ambergris Caye in the Caribbean on the coast of Belize.
Luxury Los Cabos
Britney Spears enjoying herself for the third time this year in Los Cabos speaks to the appeal the beach resort destination is having with the rich and famous.
It also contributes to the shift of the Los Cabos visitor profile from the party-town budget-oriented traveler to a more upscale visitor seeking luxury accommodations and amenities.
The beach resort destination of Los Cabos is currently undergoing a transition away from being a budget party town to one with more luxury amenities.
There are championship golf courses under construction in Los Cabos, and several more high-end resorts are in the planning stages for the area.
The idea is to bring more upscale travelers to the area that will be willing to pay more for hotel rooms, luxury amenities, and even enjoy a nature adventure.
In fact, the average rate for a Los Cabos hotel room recently averaged $500 per night during the peak Spring travel season.
It has since fallen due to the lower visitor traffic during the hot summer low travel season.
The shift to more celebrity awareness and visitors means has also made it more of a challenge for local hotels, resorts, and amenity providers to protect the privacy of these well-known celebrities when visiting Los Cabos.
What Travelers Should Expect
The notoriety of celebrities like Britney Spears visiting Los Cabos should attract more people to visit Los Cabos for a beach resort vacation.
With more visitors, more upscale luxury amenities will follow. It is probably just a matter of time before one of the top celebrity chefs sets up shop in Los Cabos.
The increase in visitors will also have a less pleasant side for travelers to Los Cabos. Higher demand will mean higher room rates and airfares to the area.
However, many people would consider a beach resort getaway a great vacation value at nearly any price.
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