Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, stands as a beacon of prosperity and development, recognized by the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness as the most competitive “small” city in the country. This accolade is attributed to various factors, with the air connectivity of Los Cabos being a standout feature. According to Rodrigo Esponda Cascajares, head of the Los Cabos Tourism Trust (FITURCA), the city is set to enhance its global connections with the addition of at least four new routes from the United States in 2024.
Safety is a cornerstone of Los Cabos' allure, earning it a position as one of the three safest municipalities in Mexico. Mayor Oscar Leggs Castro emphasizes that this safety attracts investment and fosters continuous development, creating a robust economic environment. As a premier tourist destination in the country, Los Cabos continues to draw visitors who revel in the natural attractions and the renowned Palmilla Beach.