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Wellness, Sustainabily Drive Los Cabos Growth

Los Cabos Tourism Board is reporting an unprecedented growth in tourism arrivals, with more than 3.3 million visitors expected by the end of 2022 – that’s a more than 20% projected growth when compared to 2021 and a 32% compounded growth over the last five years with 800 thousand more passengers than 2017.

The destination’s steady year-over-year growth is the result of the destination’s flexible business model, the high quality of services, its safety and security approach, and integration of its private and public sectors to strengthen international promotional efforts.

Out of Canada, Los Cabos is projecting that there will be 19.3% more available seats for the next six months. And that makes Canada the second largest international market for Los Cabos following the US.

After a full closure to international travel by the Canadian government in 2020 Canada is steadily increasing its number of travellers into the destination. Looking forward to matching arrivals from 2019 by the end of 2023.

With a renewed vision, dynamic marketing programs, and an updated tourism offering, Los Cabos is reinvigorating its wellness and sustainability offering.

The destination has been a long-standing pioneer in luxury travel, personalized service, and unique travel experiences.

With the pandemic, Los Cabos took on another challenge to reimagine travel by centering the local community and the environment at the core of everything they do. From optimizing resources dedicated to investment in hotel infrastructure and protecting its natural ecosystems to creating community programs and ensuring the equal growth, development, and wellbeing of the local population, Los Cabos is focusing on its new chapter as a sustainable destination.

Rodrigo Esponda, Managing Director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board, said: “As Los Cabos’ tourism is on a steep rise, it is not lost on us that our destination increasingly requires more care and protection.”

Esponda continued: “We take a holistic approach in the sustainability of Los Cabos. Sustainability is no longer about small practices we are implementing, but rather a guiding principle on the type of destination we want to be as we care for the environment, community, culture and more.”

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