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Panic Buying In Los Cabos As Some Stores Forced To Close

Cabo authorities decided to force local businesses to close their doors indefinitely starting Tuesday night. The closure mandate is expected to last at least a couple of days until hurricane Kay is no longer threatening Cabo shores. The news about stores being forced to close, and the imminent arrival of the hurricane sparked panic buying …

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High Season For Cruise Ships To Los Cabos Will Begin In October

Los Cabos is set to welcome more cruise ships into the area as the season picks up in October after stormy weather which is expected throughout September.  Currently, cruise number are particularly low for the region, mainly due to hurricane season with storm Javier causing strong winds and rain across the area and storm Kay …

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Cabo Hotels Have Plans In Place To Safeguard Tourist From Hurricanes

As hurricane Kay continues its course it seems inevitable that its effects will be felt in Los Cabos to some degree. The Hotels Association of Los Cabos wants to assure tourists that local lodging facilities are prepared and well-equipped to set up temporary shelters, in many occasions within the hotels themselves, to safeguard tourists. Travelers …

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Tropical Storm Warning Issued For Cabo As Hurricane Kay Skirts The Coast of Mexico 

While it isn’t the first hurricane of the season, it is one of only a few to affect Los Cabos this year so far, which has led weather officials to issue a Tropical Storm Warning for Cabo as Hurricane Kay skirts the coast of Mexico.  The most recent projections show the center of the hurricane …

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September Is The Slowest Tourism Month Of The Year In Cabo

September in Los Cabos is traditionally the slowest month of the year for tourism, with low hotel occupancy that this year has been exacerbated by hurricane weather.  Los Cabos authorities have said that despite the large influx of tourists this year, September is still their lowest performing month on average. Hotel occupancy was originally expected …

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Category 2 Hurricane Headed Towards Los Cabos

While Los Cabos still recovers from the effects of tropical storm Javier, the region will have to get ready for a new storm that’s in the Mexican Pacific. Local meteorologists had predicted last week that another tropical depression was forming in Pacific waters apart from the aforementioned tropical storm Javier that passed through Los Cabos …

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Street Food Sales Temporarily Banned In Los Cabos 

 Many tourists who visit Los Cabos love to stop and grab some street food during their trip but anyone visiting in the near future will be disappointed because street food sales have been temporarily banned in the city.  These food vendors typically offer items like tacos, quesadillas, elote, and other Mexican favorites for a fraction …

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Vogue Rates Cabo And La Paz As 2 Of The Top Destinations In Mexico

Vogue magazine’s Britain version recently released its list of the top 15 cities that you should visit when in Mexico. The two main tourist destinations located in Baja California Sur, Cabo, and La Paz made the list alongside other popular, and even other underrated destinations. The fashion magazine made some recommendations for travelers visiting both …

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Los Cabos Begins To shut Down In Preparation For Tropical Storm Javier

In the first few hours of Friday September 2nd local authorities reported that tropical storm Javier was located about 220 miles southwest of Los Cabos. The presence of the tropical storm is already causing strong winds, and consistent rain over the resort town. This has prompted authorities to ban smaller vessels from navigating in Cabo …

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September Is Expected To Stay Busy In Cabo And Hotel Prices Will Remain High

Even though the summer is effectively over Cabo hotels don’t anticipate that September will be completely an off month for them. The Los Cabos Hotels Association announced that their facilities featured a 64% occupancy rate on average throughout the month of August. That rate is 3% higher than the occupancy levels that Cabo hotels saw …

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