Los Cabos’ stark desert landscape and striking azure waters started gaining international attention after World War II, when Hollywood stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Sophia Loren, and John Wayne just to name a few; made it their vacation spot.
Perched at southern tip of Mexico’s 1,000-mile-long Baja Peninsula, Los Cabos is experiencing another tourism boom.
Plus, a new $50 million terminal will open at Los Cabos International Airport later this year.
Yet despite the flurry of development, Los Cabos suffered a blow when the U.S. State Department’s new travel warning system gave it a Level 2 advisory in January that implores travelers to “exercise increased caution.” The State Department updated its Mexico advisories on August 22, leaving Los Cabos’ warning intact.
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Is it Safe to Travel to Los Cabos? Article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestravelguide/2018/08/31/is-it-safe-to-travel-to-los-cabos/
U.S. State Department Mexico Travel Advisory