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Los Cabos Cracks Down On Tourists Littering On Beaches

Los Cabos authorities have declared that they will be raising awareness of the negative effects caused by littering on beaches by tourists.  Officials hope to strengthen both the amount of information available and encourage proper management of waste on the beaches of Los Cabos, particularly tobacco filters.  Zofemat (The Municipal Coordinators of the Federal Maritime …

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Authorities Remind Visitors To Follow Black Flag Warning On Beaches

Authorities in Los Cabos have urged tourists to heed the warnings of coloured beach flags in the area which indicate swimming conditions. Black flags on the beaches of Los Cabos indicate that there are choppy conditions, high waves and riptides which are unsafe for swimming. It also indicates that people should not approach the shore …

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ATV Vehicles On Los Cabos Beaches Are Threatening Sea Turtle Population

It has been discovered that native sea turtles in Los Cabos are highly endangered due to the use of ATV’s driven by tourists on the beaches in the area.  The main problems faced by these turtles are both off and onshore, however onshore problems are manmade and far easier to combat.  These problems include habitat …

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40 Vendors Per Day Being Removed From Los Cabos Beaches

Los Cabos authorities are clamping down on “illegal” vendors that roam the beaches in the area. The local Tax inspection coordinator, Manuel Guerrero Cruz, proudly stated that over the last 10 days the filters that were set up just in access points to “Playa Medano” have been able to remove about 30 to 40 unregulated …

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5 Small Earthquakes In Cabo Over The Last Couple of Days

In a span of around 12 hours at least 5 earthquakes were registered in and around the Baja California Peninsula. The seismic movements took place within the gulf of California, also known as the sea of Cortez. This is essentially the ocean corridor that separates the state of Baja California from the Mexico mainland. These …

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What Tourists Need To Know Visiting These Beaches Around Los Cabos

One of the most important and busiest times for Los Cabos is Holy Week. The week of Easter generally sees a surge of locals and tourists, both national and international celebrating. Where does everybody gather during this week? The beach.  Beaches are always a popular destination point for visitors, but this week sees more families …

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Spring Breakers Flock To Public Beaches In Cabo Where No Protocols Are Being Enforced

Last week, as we reported on security protocols, and COVID protocols in the Cabo San Lucas area for Spring Break, there seemed to be a major weakness in the strategy. The issue is that restaurants, and beach clubs have to follow strict COVID protocols. These protocols don’t apply to public beaches though. This has resulted …

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