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Driving in a different country can be a challenge due to signs in different languages, different driving customs, and of course, the different driving laws. La Paz is making it easier for drivers visiting the area to understand the driving laws by using some innovative technology. Scan The Code To learn about the different laws …

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Spring Break meant back to class instead of a vacation for tourism workers in La Paz. While college students were out enjoying their Easter vacation with sand and surf, the local tourism support teams have been refreshing their skills to keep visitors safe. Safety Training For Tourism In order to ensure tourists are safe when …

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More than 10,000 people are expected to participate in the annual Los Cabos Pride parade and festival on Saturday, June 17, and tourists are invited to join the celebration. A Community With Pride The Los Cabos event on June 17 will be the largest LGBTQ+ Pride celebration in Baja California Sur. Staging for the parade …

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Baja California Sur is undergoing a tourism transition. Shedding its former image as a spring break student getaway, cities across the state are repositioning their tourism product to focus on more upscale and luxury travel. La Paz is the latest entry into this strategy, announcing that two new luxury resort properties are planned for the …

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It’s been quite the banner year for whale watching in Baja California Sur. For the first time ever, gray whales are being spotted off the coast of La Paz this late in the season. This is leading to an extension of the popular tourist season. Season Extended Into April Municipal Tourism of La Paz Director …

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A popular tourist activity is back on in La Paz after being paused indefinitely in February. Once again, tourists can get up close with whale sharks in the water. Why Was It Stopped? A sudden drop in the number of whale sharks in the Bay of La Paz refuge area led local officials to stop …

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It’s the peak of the spring travel season when the demand for fish and shellfish spikes due to religious and cultural influences. It was not the best time for tests of the shellfish in La Paz to come up with unacceptable levels of a potentially deadly toxin. Local officials moved quickly to temporarily ban the …

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Tourists in Los Cabos and surrounding towns are being warned about a new scam circulating in the area that is targeting drivers of rental cars. Drivers in high-traffic shopping areas are being targeted by scammers that park their cars too close to the victim’s car on purpose. When the driver “hits” the other car trying …

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With the increase in temperatures now approaching 80 degrees for highs in La Paz, local officials are out inspecting traditional beach food stalls to make sure the food is kept at proper temperatures to be safe for tourists. Food Stall Inspections Increase The State Commission for the Protection Against Sanitary Risks announced recently that they …

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The peak spring tourist season has arrived in La Paz. Throughout the city, visitors are enjoying themselves with food and drinks that make the celebration festive. The only drawback is the amount of trash being generated. Unfortunately, the community did not anticipate the level of tourist traffic, and now the mounds of unsightly garbage are …

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