The Los Cabos Tourism Board reports that Los Cabos welcomed more than 100,000 Canadian visitors in 2018, a 12% year-over-year increase from 2017.
According to officials, some of the travel trends driving this growth are an increasing interest in ecotourism, adults seeking more temperate winter vacations, wellness and singles, particularly women, seeking safe and secure sun destination travel.
With its outstanding natural landscapes and environmentally responsible hospitality offerings, Los Cabos is a haven for those who want a laid-back travel experience at one with the natural world. Situated where the waters of the Sea of Cortez mingle with the Pacific Ocean, the marine life is particularly rich and varied.
With 350 days a year of clear skies and temperatures that range from the high 20s during the daytime dropping to the mid-teens in evenings during the winter months, Los Cabos has plenty to offer including golf, whale watching, scuba diving, horseback riding and sailing.
Officials say wellness tourism is growing twice as fast as the general tourism category representing more than $900 billion worldwide.
“Los Cabos remains one of the destinations of choice for Canadians in Mexico,” said Rodrigo Esponda, managing director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board, “and we are very proud of the premier product and quality of service we are offering our visitors.”
This year, Los Cabos will introduce more than 2,000 new rooms and five new properties including the Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos, Vidanta East Cape, Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos, Nobu Hotel Lost Cabos, Garza Blanca and Ritz Carlton Reserve.