🏘️ Cabo’s Surprising Real Estate Boom

Even during the pandemic, Los Cabos results in real estate are amazing. During the month of January and February of this year, real estate sales soared 60 percent above last year’s numbers. According to Jorge Balderrama, Policy Director for Airbnb Mexico, the pandemic and subsequent change to working abroad, and home schooling drove many Americans […]

La Paz Malecon Open Again

As of Today, Monday, the beautiful, 1.5-mile long boardwalk of La Paz, our state’s capitol city, is open to the public, as infections for Covid-19 have reduced. The use of face masks is mandatory, and the police will be watching. There will be no live music to prevent the formation of crowds, but you can […]

Costa Azul Beach Construction Halted

The construction of a retaining wall on the Costa Azul arroyo (dry river bed) has been dubbed illegal by the city government, who shut it down three times. The construction continued, though, even at night. Last Thursday, officials from the Federal Zone (Zofemat) and the National Water Commission were in the area, measured it with […]

Spring Break is Here!

Starting today, February 27 and until April 10, young Spring Breakers will be landing in Cabo for a week of fun. Although the hotels can only operate at 50% of their capacity and bars with no food service are still closed, popular Medano beach expects a good affluence of college kids – and better sales. […]

Baby Camel Born in Cabo!

The first camel born in Southern Baja arrived this month at Cactus Tours, the off-road and camel tour company located in Migriño, 15 minutes north of Cabo on the road to Todos Santos. He was named “Choyerito,” as the original people of Los Cabos are called Choyeros. Why? Because of the large number of Choya […]

Covid-19 Takes Down Beer Sales

The state association of grocery stores reports a loss of 60 percent of beer sales during January and February of this year. The apparent cause is the decrease of clientele in restaurants, bars with no kitchen service are closed and tourists that are staying in hotels are not going out much. C’mon folks, let’s save […]

Twelve Cabo Hotels at the Top

Virtuoso, the leading global network of agencies specializing in luxury and experiential travel, with more than 20,000 advisors has added two more Cabo resorts to its list of most luxurious resorts in our tourism destination. They are the Chileno Bay Resort and Solaz, which join the previous ten resorts chosen by Virtuoso: Four Seasons at […]

Cabo Bay Welcomes Three Mega-Yachts

They are the Attessa IV, Lonian and Ramble On Rose, which are traveling without passengers, reported the marina management company (API). The 332 feet long Attessa IV is valued at $250 million USD, including its helicopter. The 87 meter long Lonian sleeps 12 guests in 6 rooms and is valued at $160 million USD.  60 […]

Los Cabos Leads Recovery

Mexico’s ministry of tourism just revealed data that shows that Los Cabos hotel occupancy was above that of Puerto Vallarta and Cancun the past week, down 44.1% compared to the same week of last year. Puerto Vallarta was down 48.4% and Cancun 58%. Tourist arrivals in Los Cabos continue to go up, even though a […]

Mexico’s President Visits La Paz

In a quickie trip, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) landed in La Paz Saturday to officially inaugurate the new eight kilometer long, two lane addition to the road from the city to the port of Pichilingue. This will help semi-truck traffic that arrives on the ferry boat from the mainland everyday and reduce accidents. […]