Ronival Real Estate’s Lilia Nava in Los Cabos meets with a visiting couple in this nice video. The couple is about to buy a property in the San Jose del Cabo area. Asking them to share their experience, she lets them tell about the health standards they have experienced so far during their visit to Cabo. The couple joining Lilia in the video is Ann and Jason. Their experience has been great so far, during this global COVID-19 pandemic. Read more to see just how positive their visit has been since they’ve arrived.
Safely Visit Los Cabos during the pandemic
One factor that has made Ann and Jason feel very safe when eating out has been their ability to eat outside. They have eaten out many times and at many places, and have bee able to eat out on the patio in the open air. Of course, the air inside is just fine, but there’s nothing quite like the fresh Cabo ocean air outside. In the video, Ann goes on about all of the other health accommodations provided by the restaurants and the waiters, which made her feel very safe indeed.
Ever since landing at the Los Cabos International Airport, Ann and Jason have felt very safe. For example, during their shuttle ride in, the driver was wearing a face mask and he offered them hand sanitizer before entering. Then, Jason stated that their Air B and B was very clean. Also, Jason mentioned that all of the restaurants they’ve visited were very clean and safe – they take everyone’s temperature as they enter the establishment along with providing hand sanitizer. Finally, even at the beaches, temperatures are taken as people enter the area.
About Los Cabos
Los Cabos represents Cabo San Lucas, which is on the southern tip of Baja, and San Jose del Cabo, which is just to the north. They were originally fishing villages, now luxury tourist destinations, along the southern tip of Baja California. Also, the Cabo corridor between these two wonderful towns is truly spectacular. To visit Cabo, just fly to the Los Cabos International Airport, which is located in the town of San Jose del Cabo.
Fly to Los Cabos soon
The Los Cabos International Airport now handles about five million passengers a year. It’s now the sixth largest airport in Mexico! And, that number is going up fast. For example, there were about 650,000 more passengers in 2017 than there was in 2016. That was a 15% increase.
Renovated and expanded back in 1997, the Los Cabos International Airport was designed by Mexican architect Manuel De Santiago-de Borbón González Bravo, the great-grandson of Queen Isabella II of Spain. And, the expanded airport has two terminals. To specify, Terminal One operates the domestic flights in Mexico, and Terminal Two handles all of the international flights.
It’s time to visit one of the best vacation destinations in the world – Los Cabos. There are three ways to get there: drive, cruise ship, or fly. Driving is a beautiful journey, but very long. A cruise is more about your time on the ship, not so much about your time on land. But, flying directly to the Los Cabos International Airport gets you to Cabo quickly – the place to spend your ENTIRE vacation.
Baja California Sur real estate
Many Americans, Canadians, and people from other countries choose to make Los Cabos and other magical towns in Baja California Sur, Mexico, their home or vacation home. Discover how to purchase your dream home in Baja. Make an appointment with the top Real Estate Broker in Baja: Nick Fong, featured on HGTV’s Beachfront Bargain Hunt.
Since 2010, Ronival has been helping clients find the best homes in Cabo and throughout Baja California Sur. And, they’re highly-skilled negotiators that’ll get you the best price. Whether you plan to buy a property or quickly sell your Baja real estate, they’ve got you covered!
If you’d like to take a tour of a property in Cabo or anywhere else in Baja California Sur, just click CONTACT to inquire. Or, call directly at 619-831-2000. Ronival will be happy to answer your questions. You can also schedule a time to show you around this breathtaking location.
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Thank you for reading Safely Visit Los Cabos: See Ann and Jason’s recent experience Be sure to read other posts about Cabo and Baja California Sur on the Ronival blog. There, learn about the many wonderful aspects of Baja California Sur, Mexico, from blog posts like this.