Travel Guides

Be smart

Whenever you’re traveling, keep your valuables in your hotel room safe and wear a money belt!

Drinking Water

Due to uncertainty of the water lines, it is not safe to drink tap water in Los Cabos. There is technically nothing wrong with the water, you can brush your teeth and wash your fruit with it but it’s not recommended for ingestion. No one will serve you tap water but bottled water is widely available.

How to move

Taxis service the primary parts of Cabo, as well as the Corridor and the airport. Alternatively, there is a system of small buses that are used by locals but also available to tourists, and tend to be much less expensive; costing a few pesos.

Driving in Cabo is safe and easy. The only thing to beware of is use the feeder to get off the main 4 lane road if you want to make a left turn. So, take an exit before your left turn is coming up and drive to the next place the feeder allows you to cross the highway.

If you rent a car, you'll need MEXICAN 3rd party liability insurance. It's about $10.00 a day.

Emergency phone numbers

Ambulance, 066

Fire,

Police, 066

Marine,

Canadian Consulate

Address:

Plaza San Lucas

Carretera Transpeninsular Km, 0.5, Local 82

Col. El Tezal

23454 Cabo San Lucas, Baja California

Telephone: (+52) (624) 142-4333 Fax: (+52) (624) 142-4262 Email: lcabo@international.gc.ca

Office hours : 9:30 - 12:30

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