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Los Cabos Has Officially Reopened For Tourism

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Los Cabos has officially reopened for tourism including beaches and hotels. 

Los Cabos has moved from a level 6 to a level 3 will allow for the reopening of hotels, beaches, restaurants and parks to operate at 50% capacity according to the Government of Baja California Sur.

Los Cabos beach hotel

Here is the complete list of businesses and activities that are permitted to operate at 50% capacity as of October 15th.

  • Hotels and Motels
  • Services within hotels including pools and restaurants
  • Restaurants and Cafes
  • Car Rental Companies
  • Department Stores and Shops
  • Hotels and Motels
  • Sport Fishing
  • Beaches
  • Parks
  • Sport Fishing
  • Driving on the malecon of La Paz
Riu hotel pool los cabos

The tourism board, local authorities and hotels have been working together to provide a safe tourist environment and prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Los Cabos will not offer a two-for-one plan on hotel nights to encourage visitors to return, as Cancun has discussed, but will rely instead on strict sanitary measures as a marketing concept through the Punto Limpio, or Clean Spot certification, a program that already exists but will be modified to reflect particular concerns associated with the coronavirus.

Los Cabos resort

“The idea is that we all have the same objective, that is why we are all under this same comprehensive plan and with this certification we will be working under unified criteria in hygiene and health that will give tourists the safety they are looking for right now,” Hotel Association President, Lilcí Orcí said.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Tourism numbers for 2020 are expected to drop to just 25% of the visitors the resort destination normally receives in a year. 

cabo hotels

Have Flights Resumed to Los Cabos?

YES! Many airlines have resumed flights to Los Cabos from many US and Canadian cities. 

Since the reopening back in June, more and more flights have been added.  Here are the flights that have already resumed operation.

Flights from USA to Cabo San Lucas
  • from Los Angeles: starting June 15th on American Airlines
  • from San Diego: starting June 15th on Alaska Airlines
  • from San Francisco: starting July 1st on Alaska Airlines
  • from Phoenix: starting June 15th on American Airlines
  • from Dallas: starting June 15th on American Airlines
  • from Charlotte: starting June 20th on American Airlines
  • from Chicago: starting June 21st on American Airlines
  • from Atlanta: starting July 2nd on Delta
  • from Nashville: starting July 5th on VivaAerobus
Flights from Canada to Cabo San Lucas
  • from Calgary: starting July 5th on WestJet
  • from Vancouver: starting July 8th on WestJet

See the complete guide to Mexico reopening and everything you need to know. 

White sand beaches of Cancun, Mexico

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This article was officially published on June 15th, 2020 but has been updated to reflect the new level 3 warning. 

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