Que Pasa in Cabo?

 Que Pasa in Cabo?

Hurricane Norma Good for San Jose’s Estuary. The amount of water that flowed down from the mountains to the San Jose estuary washed away 80% of the invasive but beautiful water hyacinths. Its species are perennial aquatic plants (or hydrophytes) with prostrate and densely branched stems. The inflorescences can have one to 30 conspicuously attractive flowers, mostly lavender to pink in color, rarely white. Thank you, Norma, you saved us a lot of work and money!

Cabo Cuisine Does The U.K.! On November 8, the London Bridge and the Santo Remedio restaurants in London will hold “A Taste of Cabo” dinner with some of Los Cabo’s best Chefs: Angel Carbajal from Nick San, Javier Plascencia from Jazamango, Cesar Pita from Lumbre and Edgar Roman from Don Sanchez. The menu includes Todos Santos Oysters, Baja Californian Tuna Tostada, autumn vegetables Los Cabos Ceviche and a San Jose del Cabo tamale with a special dessert that includes Damiana liquor. All for 95 Euros. We wish them luck!

49ers Out to Promote Los Cabos. An agreement between the Los Cabos Tourism Fund (FITURCA) and the San Francisco 49ers has been signed. The popular NFL team will help in the promotion of our resort destination in every game they play at their Santa Clara, CA. stadium, displaying ads and offering special deals to visit Los Cabos. The first one was aired Sunday, October 29, during the 49ers game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals.

Netflix Series Promote Los Cabos. The crew and actors of the “Selling the OC” TV series were in Los Cabos filming, and they featured the Palmilla development in one of their episodes. Selling the OC is an American reality television series created for Netflix by Adam DiVello. It revolves around the Oppenheim Group, a high-end real estate brokerage firm in the Orange County, California area, and follows a group of agents as they navigate their personal and professional lives. Thank you, Netflix!

The Art Garden Returns to Cabo San Lucas. Every Friday at 5 p.m., a group of Los Cabos artists will be exhibiting painting, photography, arts and crafts, along with dance schools, activities for children, live music and regional food and folklore. The venue is the Amelia Wilkes Plaza on Hidalgo Street, two blocks up from the Tesoro Hotel. Great photo opp!

New Water Tank Pumping. Well, not exactly. A huge new water tank was built on the top of the El Tezal neighborhood, way up from the Costco store. With the help of gravity, it will provide the precious liquid to the El Tezal barrio, then down to the Arcos del Sol and Lomas del Sol neighborhoods, benefiting 3,000 families. Thank you!

Tourist Tax Will Pay for Potabilization. Two neighborhoods in Cabo San Lucas will benefit from the construction of two potabilization plants this year. One will be centrally located and will pump additional water to downtown Cabo, and the other will be pumped to the rest of the piping system. The monies have been accumulated via the tourist tax. Thank you, dear tourists!

Thousands of Baby Sea Turtles Released. The Los Cabos government has recorded 824 sea turtle nests protected in La Ribera, at the Costa Palmas tourist development. With those, a total of 84,000 eggs have been recovered and thousands of baby sea turtles are being released in the Los Cabos area. This number doubles the 41,4467 eggs recovered in the same period last year. We love sea turtles, and it looks like they love each other too!

Travel Weekly Awards Los Cabos. Six of the 2023 Travel Weekly Magellan Awards in the Travel Destination category were presented to Los Cabos this past week. Four Golden Trophies for Best Sustainable Destination in Mexico, Best Destination Webinar Worldwide, Best Destination Marketing Campaign Worldwide and Overall Destinations Eco-Friendly. In addition, Los Cabos received two Silver Trophies for Destination Marketing Campaign and Virtual Experiences for Destinations. Congrats!

San Jose Organic Market Returns. The popular and large organic market in Club La Huerta in San Jose del Cabo will again be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday beginning November 4. The market, its 60 vendors, the variety of fresh food, regional products artists and activities, attract around 1,000 people every Saturday, so don’t miss it! The entrance to La Huerta is on Ave. Centenario on a dirt but well-maintained road.