• November 26, 2020

Category : Newsies


Sea Turtle Sighting in the East Cape

You would ask, why is this in the news? Well, the Leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) is an endangered species, and we hadn’t seen one in two years. Although Mexico could be considered a sea turtle country because we welcome 7 of the 8 species in the world, the leatherback is the one we see […]


Mexico Leads the List of 2020 Travel Destinations

Followed closely by the Caribbean. As reported by Adara, the business intelligence company, Mexico is leading the travel reservations for Thanksgiving (11% up from last year), Christmas and New Year’s. Other favorite destinations are Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Colombia, Aruba, Haiti, Jamaica and Costa Rica.


The San Jose Art Walk is Baaack!

Downtown San Jose del Cabo is holding its weekly Art Walk every Thursday from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. It’s a lively, beautiful, pedestrians only event throughout several streets of downtown, home to dozens of art galleries, restaurants, bars, and a lively central square across the street from the main church. Free wine samples and finger […]


Another One Bites the Dust

The massive Coco Bongo night club that opened in Cabo San Lucas downtown in June of last year, announced the definitive closing of their watering hole due to Covid-19. Since they only have a bar and live show permit and do not serve food, they have been closed since March.


INCORRECT: Canadian Airlines Suspend Flights to Cabo

UPDATE: The headline above was incorrect information fed to one of our reporters. We have received confirmation from WestJet and Air Canada that their flights to Los Cabos are not suspended and that they even have special fares to fly down to our gorgeous beaches. We apologize for this mistake. Come see Cabo soon! We […]


San Jose Organic Market Open Again

The popular San Jose Organic Market will resume activities this Saturday November 7 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm in a New Location. It is very close to the old one, and it is easier to finds as it is insite de Punto Azul Sports Club. Fresh Veggies, Health Products, Arts and Crafts, Food and […]


Mexico’s “Black Friday” Extends to 12 Days

The traditional “Buen Fin,” which is a short nickname for Good Weekend, will be held in Mexico from Monday, November 9, to Friday November 20. It is the equivalent to Black Friday and used to last just three days. The pandemic has changed that, too, and the organized businesses decided to extend it “To prevent […]


Eastern Airlines Dumps Us Again

Following the announcement that United, American and Delta Airlines would launch their own New York – Los Cabos flights this fall and winter, Eastern Airlines decided to cancel theirs. This represents the loss of 500 seats / tourists for our destination. Some of our readers might remember that Eastern operated from 1926 until 1991, when […]


Organic Markets Return!

The one at the Pedregal, on Del Colegio street, is back open from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm every Saturday in Cabo San Lucas with fresh produce from Todos Santos and Pescadero, artisan breads, jams and more. In San Jose, the Palmilla Organic Market returns Friday, November 6th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. At […]


Another Cabo Hotels Prepares to Open

The popular, adult-oriented ME Cabo by the Spain based Meliá Hotels chain is getting ready to open December 1st. The resort, located on Medano beach, will reopen under the “Stay Safe with Melia” program, which Melia Hotels International debuted in May. The company has partnered with Bureau Veritas, an industry leader in inspection, certification, and […]