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After holding a meeting Monday morning local authorities determined to raise black flags on all Los Cabos area beaches and keep them closed. This is due to the fact that tropical storm Madeline is expected to pass by Los Cabos at its closest point throughout the late hours of Monday and into Tuesday. Madeline is …

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Over the past few weeks a combination of hurricanes, tropical storms, and just overall bad weather in general have plagued Los Cabos. The passing of hurricane, Kay, and tropical storm Javier back to back in the last couple of weeks has forced clean up crews in Los Cabos to work tirelessly to keep Cabo beaches …

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There have been numerous reports and international headlines about crime in different parts of Mexico recently, but in Los Cabos, they’re cracking down on criminal activity by deploying soldiers on the beaches to help prevent crime.  While much of the crime that takes place doesn’t affect tourists it does happen sometimes and security officials want …

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There are a lot of things for tourists to do in Los Cabos and for those that like good food, fine tequila, and unique shopping experiences there is a new restaurant and boutique shopping complex opening soon in the area.  The complex will consist of three different restaurants and a bar where Clase Azul brand …

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Bad weather is seemingly set to continue to hover over Los Cabos in the next week. Currently, Mexican authorities are monitoring two potential cyclones that are forming in the Mexican Pacific shoreline, and have the potential to reach Los Cabos within 5 days. At this point there are no guarantees that current conditions further south …

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The Los Cabos Airport has been constantly undergoing upgrades in the last couple of years. Terminal 3 at the local airport has been under construction since 2018, but has suffered some delays due to the pandemic. A new investment of around 13.5 million dollars has been announced to complete the terminal 3 project as well …

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So far it has been a busy Hurricane Season in the Pacific and the most recent storm, Hurricane Kay, left some of the beaches in Los Cabos in disarray, but they are now clean and repaired and ready for tourists.  Most of the garbage ended up on one of the area’s most popular beaches, El …

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It’s no secret that San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are popular vacation destinations and not only are these cities loved by tourists and celebrities but Los Cabos is rated as one of the top three places to vacation in Mexico.  Located in the state of Baja California Sur, Los Cabos is known …

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A recent report on the results of exit surveys given to visitors found that tourists feel safe when visiting Cabo and crime rates are currently down, but tourists are still being warned about scams and fraud.  While overall crime has dropped recently, there were over 1,000 investigations into reports of fraud in 2021.  The most …

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Very early Friday morning brigades from Zofemat, the organization that is in charge of the care and overall well-being of Mexican shores, headed out to Cabo beaches to start their clean-up duty after hurricane Kay hit the region. The teams were tasked with removing all sorts of debris that has washed up on Cabo beaches …

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