Covid traffic light authorizes nautical tourism in Los Cabos


From this July 23; recreational activities, boat rides, inflatables, parachutes and others, as long as they meet the requirements

The Captainship of Puerto de Cabo San Lucas, reported that starting this Thursday, July 23, nautical tourism activities are authorized in the municipality of Los Cabos. The news comes more than 28 weeks after the Covid 19 pandemic started, where these activities were restricted, except for sport fishing.

Through an official bulletin, the agency attached to the Secretary of the Navy, specifies that the Baja California Sur State Health Safety Committee has incorporated the activities at the traffic light of the Covid 19 Pandemic health alert system. authorization, it is read in the writing, occurs as part of continuing with the economic reactivation of the entity.

As of the date, the health light in phase five orange “critical” includes nautical tourism activities such as boat rides, kayaking, diving, inflatables, yachts, sailboats, water skiing, glass bottoms, snorkeling, sport fishing, whale watching, boat ride with food, parachute flight, flyboard, paddle board, surf, among others.

It should be noted that in order to restart activities, nautical tourism service providers must comply with the “Sanitary Protocol for the Economic Reactivation of Nautical and Terrestrial Tourism Services in the State of Baja California Sur”, already available for consultation, through The website, , Those involved are subject to the general guidelines included in said document.

As a requirement, they will have to carry out a self-evaluation which will have to be approved by the health authority, once this occurs, the process is formalized with the signing of a commitment letter in print and subsequent digitization.

This document will be sent via internet to the email protocol.reincorporació [email protected] and to the post of the Captain of the Port of Cabo San Lucas [email protected]

Without these documents, they will not be able to operate.


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