The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has identified investment as playing a pivotal role in the recovery of the global tourism industry by 2023. As part of World Tourism Day, celebrated on September 27, UNWTO highlights the imperative need to invest in sustainable infrastructure that fosters the industry’s green transformation while simultaneously caring for the planet. UNWTO focuses on the fundamental role of investment in sustainable infrastructure, which will be crucial in promoting the industry’s green transformation. One potential investment opportunity by 2030 is up to $1.5 billion for green buildings in the hospitality industry, including hotels, resorts, and restaurants.
Los Cabos emerges as an international reference and inspiration showcasing how sustainable development can preserve the natural environment while offering first-class services.
To ensure visitors enjoy the natural landscape, buildings in this area can be no more than six stories. Additionally, billboards are restricted to prevent visual pollution. Also, since 2016, single-use plastics such as bags, straws, and polyurethane containers have been prohibited to protect the environment and the local flora and fauna.
The hotel industry is taking steps to reduce its environmental impact through infrastructure improvements, eco-friendly property development, and responsible waste management training.
In turn, working with the local society to create a sustainable environment has resulted in developing products that encourage preservation and unique experiences, such as Cabo Pulmo, by taking advantage of the natural wealth of the destination.
Los Cabos is a place of remarkable and indescribable natural beauty. Let’s strive to make a positive impact on this unique destination.