Learn all you need to know about traveling to Cabo post Coronavirus
Top 5 Concerns Answered Regarding Traveling to Cabo following Quarantine
Ready to set off to paradise?
Parts of Mexico will begin opening in June with Cabo now set to reopen to tourism June 22.
If you are looking to plan your first post-coronavirus trip, here is how Cabo is planning their tourism roll-out...
Now let's get into Everything You Need to Know to plan your Post Coronavirus Cabo Vacation.
The following airlines are now operating flights into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD).
With airlines below set to resume services soon...
Airport Shuttles, Transfers and Taxi will also be operating, so transportation to your hotel should not be problem.
I would recommend scheduling your shuttle ahead of time as shuttles will not be taking their normal capacities.
To accommodate the lift on the travel ban, hotels will be opening as early as June 1st. Below are details on new hotel guidelines and the roll-out schedule for popular hotel openings.
Hotels will not open to full capacity so they can ensure proper social distancing measures will be in place for guests and staff.
Services, facilities and amenities; such as pools, spas, gyms, restaurants and bars are expected to be open. There will be extra health and cleaning protocols in place to ensure the safety and health of both guest and staff. Please contact hotel directly for specifics on what this entails for each hotel.
Most local businesses will be open, while limiting their capacity to maintain social distancing guidelines. They have also incorporated new protocols for safe hygiene measures.
Masks are not mandatory once in Cabo but you will need to bring a mask for the flight.
Many airlines will require masks for flying, and some workers around the city may be expected to wear masks and gloves depending on the services provided. However, guests are not expected to have to wear masks while practicing social distancing standards.
Most local courses will be open and will also be sanitizing rental equipment more thoroughly.
Many excursion trips and activities will resume but they are recommending you book in advance since they need to plan accordingly due to new capacity guidelines.
Most airlines have waived fees for re-bookings required due Coronavirus concerns, however not all are offering refunds. Instead, if you need to cancel your flight, most airlines will provide vouchers towards future travel versus money back. However, as airlines start increasing their schedules with travel bans being lifted, I recommend checking the cancellation policies before booking, as these policies are changing daily.
Now that hotels are opening up, many are offering great prices. Although, with many of these outstanding promotions, hotels are making these deals non-refundable. Some hotels are still offering 24-hour cancellation policies. But since these policies vary by hotel and can change by the day, I would recommend reading all the fine print or calling to confirm their policies before booking.
Experience one of the most magical neighborhoods in Mexico City, walk around beautiful cobbled streets. Go back in time and feel the charm of the colonial era, a neighborhood full of history, with lovely churches, monasteries and plazas. Between delicious food samples, you’ll visit cultural, religious and historic landmarks.