Safety First Los Cabos’ mayor reflects on her first 100 days By Fernando Rodríguez When Armida Castro Guzmán was sworn into office last summer, she became Los Cabos’ first-ever female mayor. At the press conference marking her 100th day in office, Castro Guzmán reflected… Read More
Just the Facts A look at Los Cabos’ impressive approach to security and how travelers are responding By Sandra A. Berry How do we separate fact from fiction when it comes to the startling news and misinformation surrounding travel to México? We present just the… Read More
Travel Like a Pro Expert advice on how to protect yourself and your privacy—before you even land By Ashley Alvarado It’s hard to think of any two words more magical than “summer vacation.” Whether you’re a kindergarten student or a CEO, a busy mom or… Read More
It’s vacation time, and you’re planning family time away or perhaps a second honeymoon, maybe a getaway with your golfing or fishing buddies, or just a group of girlfriends. Within a few hours, you could potentially be lounging on a sandy beach, sipping your favorite tropical beverage, and gazing at the blue sea.
An inside look at the role and responsibilities of México’s Navy By Fernando Rodríguez México is one of the largest countries in the world. It has more than 5,800 miles of coastline and an exclusive sea zone that extends 200 nautical miles off each… Read More
There is still a misconception among some—fed by what are often one-sided portrayals in the U.S. media—that México is wracked by drug-related violence and unsafe for travel. That simply isn’t the case, as anyone who has actually visited the country can attest. While it’s undeniable… Read More
Security expert Louis Perry shares his tips for having a fantastic trip, wherever your travels may take you By Louis Perry Whenever you vacation—regardless of the destination—remember to pack your commonsense. Reports of violence in other parts of México have caused some travelers to rethink… Read More