Expect Protests This Tuesday in Los Cabos

In commemoration of International Women’s Day, which is celebrated around the world on March 8, some protests will take place in Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo at government sites like the city hall and the government delegation. On March 8, 1908 about 130 workers of the Cotton factory in New York declared […]

Russian Megayacht Visits Cabo

Owned by Beer magnate Oleg Tinkov, the”La Dacha” (meaning a country house or cottage in Russia, typically used as a second or vacation home), was seen in Cabo bay this week. Oleg Tinkoff is known as the founder of a network of shops of household appliances Technoshock, frozen food factories Daria, brewing companies and the […]

The Wine and Cheese Festival is Baaack!

At 7:00 pm this Saturday March 12, the 8th Wine and Cheese Festival will take place again at the Hacienda del Mar Los Cabos Resort (formerly the Sheraton Grand) in the Cabo del Sol development. The proceeds from the event will go to the Los Cabos Children’s Foundation, which devotes its efforts to improve the […]

Major Fire in Rural los Cabos Town

The Palmar (dense palm trees area) in the town of Santiago, about an hour north of San Jose del Cabo caught on fire yesterday, affecting hectares of palm trees and, at last count, 41 homes. Fourteen of the homes are a total loss and residents of Los Cabos are gathering mattresses, clothes, bed linens, water […]

La Paz Traffic Alert!

This Saturday and Sunday several streets in La Paz will be closed to vehicle traffic. The reason? The “L’Etape La Paz by Tour de France” bicycle race will take place on Sunday morning. The street closures will begin at 5:00 pm Saturday along the malecón (Alvaro Obregón street), and will continue at the crack of […]

Artsy Fartsy Boozy Fun Friday Event Suspended

The popular Viva la Plaza event that has been taking place at the main park in downtown Cabo San Lucas has been suspended. The reason is a difference of opinion between the downtown business association and the Los Cabos Institute for the Culture and Arts (ICA). It will be reinstalled soon and run by the […]

Bazaar With a Cause This Saturday

To benefit local producers, this Saturday March 5 the Casa Alfaque and members of the La Paz Feminist Movement will open a one day bazaar from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. Twenty different women will be selling cosmetics, clothing, shoes, vegan food, art using recycled materials amd much more. The Bazaar will be located at […]

New Cruise Line Announces Trips to Cabo

Explora Journeys, a new Miami-based cruise line by MSC Cruises will begin traveling to Los Cabos in the Spring of 2024, promising “the ambience of a private club while also enjoying a wide variety of entertainment options right outside your door. Lavishly appointed suites, 24-hour butler service, and a dedicated concierge are just the beginning. […]

The Canucks Are Invading Us!

Now that the Canadian government lifted most of the travel restrictions, a total of 39 flights from different Canadian airports will land in Los Cabos. Our tourist destination has deployed lots of Covid-19 test stations around, with prices starting at $30 bucks and results delivered within an hour or less. Our favorite Cabo San Lucas […]

How Many Cruise Ships Will Arrive This Month?

Glad you asked. George Mendez, manager of API, told us that a total of 40 cruise ships will moor in Cabo Bay this March, with 50,000 passengers aboard. It is expected that they leave behind some $5 million USD in purchases of beer, margaritas, tacos, T-shirts and trinkets.