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Arriving in Cabo - Essential Traveler Information

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The airport reopened to commercial flights last week and is already welcoming back thousands of tourists eager to join the party in Los Cabos.

There is some important information for travelers who have flights to or from Los Cabos International Airport in the coming weeks concerning departures and arrivals.

For the immediate future, both national and international departures will take place from Terminal 2.

International flights will also be landing and arriving at Terminal 2, however,  although internal flights will land at Terminal 2, all passengers will be taken by bus to Terminal 1 where they can pick-up their luggage.

Departing from SJD, passengers should arrive early in expectation of potential security bottlenecks and the need for transport between terminals.

It would be a good idea to pack all necessities (sunscreen, medicine, etc.) and beachwear, as it is possible that items which used to be freely available for easy purchase at the airport or in Cabo San Lucas may be in short supply at this time.

The local transport and taxi-cab companies all seem to be working to and from the airport HOWEVER charges are always high when you use these guys, especially for a private car. These are the same taxi operators, incidentally, who were charging tourists up to $500 to take them to Los Cabos airport for evacuation immediately after the hurricane struck.

The shuttle buses are cheaper but it takes from 25 minutes to 1 hour to get to your resort depending on where it is on the drop schedule.

There are some private hire companies based in San Lucas and San Jose who will come and collect you at a much more favorable rate to the airport cabs. An online search should yield some results. Destination Cabo also offer  a private pick-up and drop off service.

As far as we are aware, the car hire companies are all open for business and many are based right there at the airport. Driving around Los Cabos is not too challenging: take your time and pay attention and you will be fine.


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