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The Do’s and Don’ts of Traveling to Los Cabos

At Arik travel, we have many great destinations that you can choose from. Among our many popular options we have Cabo San Lucas, a small resort town located on the tip of the Baja California Peninsula. As every destination in the world, there are do’s and don’ts of what you should do on your Cabo San Lucas vacation package.

 

 

Do: Choose the right accommodation in the right area

This is pretty important in having a great vacation. The reason being is that you want to choose a safe area that’s in an area that you enjoy. For instance, if you want a quiet hotel near the beach, you should look for hotels that are away from downtown. If you’re looking for somewhere that’s centrally located, then you should find somewhere that’s within walking distance of all the best restaurants and bars.

Don’t: Drink the water

The water in Los Cabos and in most of Mexico is not considered potable. To prevent risking getting sick on your vacation, make sure to bring bottled water with you when you leave your hotel. Your hotel should also provide potable water.

Do: Ask a Travel Agent to Help You Plan Your Trip

If you want more time to focus on your actual trip and not worry about the details, then you should hire a travel agent. Not only will they get you the best prices and act as 24/7 support, but they’ll do everything in their power to help you have an amazing trip. They will even help you book your excursions. For instance, if you want to go scuba diving on your Cabo San Lucas vacation package, they’ll set everything up for you.

Don’t: Lose your tourist card

When you arrive in Mexico, you’ll be given a tourist card known as a Migratory Tourist Form. Many people make the mistake of throwing this away once they pass immigration. That being said, you should keep this form safe or you will have to pay a fine when you leave the country.

If you have any other questions about your next vacation to Los Cabos, reach out to our experienced travel agents.

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