Slated as one of Mexico’s top luxury travel destinations, Los Cabos brought 2020 to a close with nearly 80% recovery of all travel activity.
Since its reopening on June 15, 2020 after closure in March due to the Covid crisis, Los Cabos has seen a strong recovery in international arrivals and projected to close the year with 1.4 million international visitors.
In November, Los Cabos welcomed 103,000 international visitors – 64.3% of the visitation received the previous year, representing 50% in hotel occupancy.
“This remarkable recovery underscores the resilience of our travel industry and vote of confidence from our visitors who continue selecting Los Cabos as their preferred luxury travel destination in Mexico,” says Rodrigo Esponda, Managing Director of Los Cabos Tourism Board. “Our top priority is the health and wellbeing of our community and all visitors. Tourism is the heartbeat of Los Cabos and it’s important that as we continue navigating this challenging time, we maintain our careful approach and strict protocols to protect our community while we continue our path to recovery.”
Los Cabos’ momentum is projected to continue throughout 2021 with an estimated 40.6% growth during the first half of the year.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines recently began offering new direct flights from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark International Airport, marking a big milestone for Los Cabos, with direct connectivity to the East Coast of the United States.
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