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Los Cabos Magazine Issue 45 Winter 2017

The views from Playa el Médano, or Médano Beach, in Cabo San Lucas attract visitors from all over the world each year. Los Cabos Magazine | winter 2017 9 Rogelio Pérez LOS CABOS MAGAZINE, revista trimestral, edición número 45, diciembre 2016. Editado por: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V. Editor Responsable: Joseph Anthony Tyson Carlton. No. de Certificado de Reserva otorgado por el Instituto Nacional del Derecho de Autor: 04-2005-062017021100-102. No. de Certificado de Licitud de Título: No. 13247. No. de Certificado de Licitud de Contenido: 10820. Domicilio de la Publicación: Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 28, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS, México, 23410. Impresor: Los Cabos Magazines Inc., Tyson Promotions, Inc. 303 Magnolia Drive, Laguna Beach, CA 92651-1720. Tel. (858)-569-0172. Imprenta: Publication Printers Corp, 2001 S. Platte River Dr. Denver Colorado 80223. Tel. (303)-936-0303. Distribuidor: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V., Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 30, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS México, 23473 Despacho. LOS CABOS MAGAZINE, published four times per year, issue number 45, December 2016. Published by: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V. Editor Responsible: Joseph Anthony Tyson. Número de Certificado de Reserva otorgado por el Instituto Nacional del Derecho de Autor: 04-2005-062017021100- 102. Número de Certificado de Licitud de Título: No. 13247. Número de Certificado de Licitud de Contenido: 10820. Publication Address: Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 30, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS, México, 23410. Printer: Los Cabos Magazines, Inc., 303 Magnolia Drive, Laguna Beach, CA 92651-1720. Tel. (858)-569-0172. Printed at: Publication Printers Corp, 2001 S. Platte River Dr. Denver Colorado, USA 80223, Tel. (303)-936-0303. Distributor: PUBLICACIONES TURISTICAS LOS CABOS S.A. DE C.V., Office: Calle Flor de Pitaya Mza. 7 Lote 30, Fracc. Jacarandas, Cabo San Lucas, BCS México, 23473. again one of the top-10 tourist destinations in the world. When it comes to travel from the United States, México has regained its title as the top foreign destination with 25.4 million Americans choosing to pay it a visit. Baja California Sur is home to 10 of the country’s best beaches (for more on that, read “Raise the Flag” on page 50). There are coordinated local, state, and federal efforts to keep Los Cabos safe, secure, and fun for travelers and residents. The marines and navy have a constant presence on Médano Beach—the most popular and swimmable beach in Cabo San Lucas proper—as well along the Cabo San Lucas Marina. They’re joined by Los Cabos’ special tourism police, who are fluent in English and focused on protecting visitors’ safety. Travelers can also take measures to ensure their safety while on vacation in Los Cabos—or, really, anywhere. Exercise good decision-making: Don’t overdo it on sunning, drinking, or partying. If you’re wanting to explore the Baja outback, do so with a certified guide. We have a directory of activities on page 54. And when you decide to enjoy the waters that surround the Baja Peninsula, stick to the Sea of Cortés side. The lapping Pacific Ocean looks inviting, but it’s much too dangerous for swimming in most parts, thanks to its strong waves and riptides. And, of course, stay hydrated. Need even more reassurance? Here are a few words from Los Cabos Secretary of Tourism Miroslava Bautista Sánchez: “México is a big, incredibly diverse country, so drug violence along the border does not have any effect on a vacation in Los Cabos. Thousands of flights, cruise lines, and private yachts choose Los Cabos as their travel destination. Why? Because Los Cabos is a symbol of a peaceful place to visit and to live.” For an archive of safety-related articles from Los Cabos Magazine, please visit www.loscabosmagazine.com/blogs /safe-travel. Y S A F E T Y


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