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The good news keeps coming for Los Cabos and their rebounding tourism sector. March has been a month that’s benefited the Los Cabos economy greatly. Now, the numbers are starting to show exactly how important the month was. Record-breaking March The tourism trust (Fiturca) of Los Cabos came out with an announcement. Los Cabos will …

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A 60-year-old American from California has died while scuba diving near La Paz. Details of the incident The State Attorney General, Daniel de la Rosa Anaya, said work is being done on the final verification of the deceased. Still, all indications seem to point at it being the American man. More evidence pointing to the …

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As projected tourists are flocking to Cabo beaches for Spring Break. The total number of foreign nationals that are expected to arrive in the region in the month of March sits right around 300 thousand. This number more than doubles the total amount of “spring breakers” that hit Cabo beaches in 2019 prior to the …

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The growing tourism market in Los Cabos continues to grow. An announcement that several luxury hotels will be built in the next couple years in Los Cabos is welcome news for the hospitality sector and tourists. Details of the new developments In the next two years Los Cabos is expecting nine new luxury hotels/resorts to …

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Traffic issues in Los Cabos have been a problem for years and don’t appear to be getting better. If solutions aren’t brought forth, Los Cabos could begin seeing a decrease in tourism. College of Architects speaks out When the governor of Baja California Sur, Victor Castro, recently remarked they should build a bridge at Fornatur …

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Without a doubt the Los Cabos arch is the main landmark that this area is known for. In fact, the arch has been featured in all sorts of promos showcasing Mexican beaches in general. Something that has prompted the arch to gain worldwide notoriety. According to local environmentalist groups though, the arch could be on …

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The Hotel Association of Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, announced that visitors must now pay a tourist tax when visiting anywhere in the state of Baja California Sur including Los Cabos. The collection for the new tax for foreign tourists who arrive in Baja California Sur has officially begun. This was informed by the president …

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After years of back and forth conflict between Uber drivers, taxi and city officials, it seems there finally may be a resolution which will allow Uber drivers to operate without harassment and fines. What is the agreement reached? Secretary of the Transporters Association, David Lechuga Magallanes, said that more than 8 hours of demonstration outside …

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Once again, the numbers reflect the recovery of the tourist destination of Los Cabos positively after two years of economic uncertainty generated by the Covid-19 pandemic. Rodrigo Esponda Cascajares, director of the Tourism Trust (FITURCA) of Los Cabos, stressed that March would be a historic month with a record of 520 weekly number of flights …

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