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ATMEX 2020: Reimagining Tourism

From October 25 to 28, the Magic Town of Loreto in Baja California Sur will host the eighth edition of the most important event for the Adventure and Nature Tourism industry in Mexico and Latin America. The 2020 edition promotes a great reflection on how we should reimagine tourism, with sustainable tourism experiences and favorite
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Three new air routes to Los Cabos!

With the color stage change on the covid alert and all the health protocols operating in Los Cabos, the destination continues to add positive news this week! On September 1, American Airlines the airline with the most flights to the destination announced that Austin, New York, and Sacramento will join the destination’s connectivity with American
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Los Cabos held the first private event for the Professional Exchange Management Association

Among the trends in the realization of events presented during the forum, this time stands out as an opportunity to choose a new path. With the realization of hybrid events, create experiences to connect, seek changes in hospitality, maintain focus on the customer and generate value storytelling as a fundamental key. The comments of the
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BCS Community Alliance delivers Medical Equipment and Supplies

The Baja California Sur Community Alliance (BCSCA) continues with its commitment to provide PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for frontline health personnel and supply supplemental medical resources to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. Just over two months after the activities of the Alliance (BCSCA) began, their numbers report $100,000 dollars in equipment and medical supplies have been
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Los Cabos is back!

After months of hard work, the tourist industry in Baja California Sur has opened its doors with the proper requirements, to show the world we are ready to welcome the tourism back. The virtual conference was hosted by Luis Humberto Araiza Lopez, secretary of Tourism, Economy and Sustantibilty; Giammarco Vela, president of Canirac in Baja
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Baja California Sur reactivation of Safe Tourism

Baja California Sur

In Baja California Sur, the security strategy will be coordinated by the three levels of government. “It is essential to attend to the personal and financial security of travelers, as well as of the receiving communities. For this reason, we must incorporate businessmen and leaders of the sector to increase surveillance of destinations to expose
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Celebrate Ocean’s Day!

Did you know that the ocean covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface? Although it may appear incredible, it’s true. The ocean’s a significant part of our lives since the air you breathe till the millions of marine species. In Baja California Sur, we have a few blue flag beaches, an international distinctive that
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It is time to give back a Little to Nature World Environment Day

Did you know…? Each year, marine plants produce more than a half of our atmosphere’s oxygen, and a mature tree cleans our air, absorbing 22 kilos of carbon dioxide, releasing oxygen in exchange. Since 1974, the World Environment Day has been celebrated every year on 5 June: engaging governments, businesses, celebrities and citizens to focus their efforts
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Nacho Gallardo

“Life has its way of interpreting itself. Being alive is learning to understand it. To enjoy it is to have come to find your way of understanding it. The step to take between being and enjoying is to endure the blows she gives you without having given up on her.” Nacho Gallardo. With almost 10
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The first painters on the peninsula

Enrique Hambleton

It can be said, without fear of being mistaken, that the prehistoric art of the Baja California Peninsula is one of the oldest in America. We know that the traditions, techniques of painting and engraving on stone were expressed by the different native groups that inhabited the peninsula, as there are thousands of sites scattered
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Sea of ​​Cortez

UNESCO World Marine Heritage

The islands and protected areas of the Sea of ​​Cortez were inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2005. This site is made up of 9 protected areas, 244 islands, islets and coastal areas. This corner is of utmost importance, it has been recognized as a natural laboratory for the investigation of species. Most of
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Scented Soil: Health by Water

Dr. José Martín Olmos Ceseña

Since ancient times, water has been used for various purposes, it can be used for recreation or to heal thanks to its chemical and geological properties. Treatments for depression, stress, aging and overweight, using mud or clay water are without a doubt therapies found in the most exclusive places in the world. In Baja California
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The Ink of my Body

When it's darker, you'll see the sunrise

Having a virtual launch of a book is something new that Jairo Torres, author of La Tinta de mi cuerpo (The Ink of my Body), decided to do in the midst of the circumstances we are experiencing at the moment. Finding alternatives for social spaces and looking for ways to connect virtually is one of
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The union, the spirit of Los Cabos

Once again, Los Cabos stands out for the organization of its associations and the strategies of its representatives both abroad with commercial partners and within the destination. The key is in alliances and continuous communication. The Los Cabos Tourism Board backed by the various associations and councils of the tourism sector has communicated in a
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La Paz, port of illusion

When we think about being isolated in La Paz, we simply imagine the splendid skies between oranges, vermilions and shades of pink or lilac of the sunset. Although the authorities have forbidden social gatherings and visits to public beaches for now, looking up from the windows of our houses can give our mind and spirit
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We are Los Cabos

Los Cabos has always been a unique destination. Perhaps the mysticism of this place located at “Land’s End“ or the warmth of its people distinguishes it. The truth is that through difficult circumstances our greatest strength, unity, stands out. We recall the ravages that have occurred in the past, such as Hurricane Odile in 2014,
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A spring equinox to remember

The equinox concept comes from the Greek words euqus: equal and nox: night. This term refers to the astrologic event where day and night last exactly the same time. This phenomenon in cultures has been of great importance and, in turn, has originated different myths, such as rituals to charge energy. Did you know…? In
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Organic food festival in Los Cabos

Local organic products will be the progtagonist in the fourth edition of the Sabores de Baja Festival in Mirafllores. An organic food event that preserves the authentic South American flavors, promotes regional cuisine and the traditions of Baja California Sur. “Gastronomy is a very important factor when choosing a travel destination, which is why festivals
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UNITED, WE ARE STRONGER

On February 9, Del Mar, A Hatfield Company, joined Salvatore Ferragamo to welcome distinguished owners to a lovely evening benefiting the Mexican Red Cross of Los Cabos. The main objective of the event was to raise funds for the critical work done by the Mexican Red Cross and, at the same time, to present Salvatore’s
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