Whale Watchers' Delight as Oceans' Gentle Giants Return

Los Cabos evolves with a 3% toll hike for infrastructure, legal ripples in municipal governance, Calafia Airlines reconnecting skies, and the majestic return of whales. Fireside heroes gather for an International Congress, local transport renews, and Costa Azul offers a beach haven.

Whale Watchers' Delight as Oceans' Gentle Giants Return
A glimpse of Playa Costa Azul, where sun, sand, and surf converge to create a haven for relaxation and water activities in San José del Cabo.

In the ever-evolving tapestry of Los Cabos, change is as constant as the rhythmic waves that caress its shores. This week, the landscape has shifted once again, with updates ranging from infrastructure improvements to legal entanglements, from soaring in the skies with renewed flight routes to preparing for the majestic return of oceanic giants.

Toll Roads

The highways and bridges weaving through Los Cabos, managed by Caminos y Puentes Federales (CAPUFE), have witnessed a 3% toll rate hike. The cost of traversing the road connecting Los Cabos International Airport with San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas has adjusted accordingly. As your tires hit the asphalt, consider the 46 pesos from San José to the Airport and 83 pesos to Cabo San Lucas as a contribution to the operation and conservation of these vital road sections, according to CAPUFE.