THE BAJA POST
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the world tourism in such a manner, that things might not be the same after this pandemics goes away, everyone business and commerce sectors have been forced into a new way of doing things: With people keeping distance from one another, and communicating through glass transparent screens and car windows.
People, who love to travel, have especially been thrown a curveball, as travel unexpectedly halted for the most part. Business trips were put on hold; vacations were canceled, and people were left satisfying their wanderlust with virtual adventures.
However, as destinations begin to reopen and travel-related fears subside, many people are beginning to think about the new normal—and travelers are hoping to piece together plans for long-overdue vacations. However, with the coronavirus going nowhere fast, health and safety protocols are of the utmost importance as travel resumes.
Situated at the southernmost point of the Baja California Peninsula, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, Los Cabos is a refuge of socially distanced bliss. Nevertheless, this is not due to recent events. The destination has long since been known, and loved, for its wide beaches and spacious desert landscape. Los Cabos views social distancing more as a way of life than a preventative measure.
Nevertheless, Los Cabos is putting the health and safety of both local residents and visitors at a high priority, and the reopening plan is backed by the World Travel & Tourism Council’s “Safe Travels” stamp of approval.