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Cabo pepares for 2016 hurricane season

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With the hurricane season fast approaching, and the ravages of Odile not quite yet a distant memory, Cabo’s carefully planned protocols are ready for action at all levels.


The Government and the National Public Safety Commission issued a joint statement confirming that 30 cyclonic events are expected on both coasts of the Baja peninsula – 13 in the Atlantic Ocean and 17 in the Pacific. By closely co-ordinating the preventive strategies of government departments they aim to generate a culture of prevention throughout Baja Califormia Sur. 

As always national protocols are being followed including the location of shelters, review of warning systems and drills, and dredging of streams. Citizens are urged to be vigilant and well informed - to  physically protect themselves and safeguard their property as far as possible.


Similarly, the Ministry of Tourism is taking an equally serious approach. In 2014 hurricane Odile damaged 98% of the hotel infrastructure. With the damages finally repaired and tourist rates now steadily rising, the industry is determined to avoid a similar situation. 

Among the main measures taken by hoteliers has been to install specially prepared windows, build shelters for tourists, and remove any dangerous items on their outdoor premises.

If you find yourself in Cabo during hurricane season please be sure to follow all safety protocols issued by your hotel. 

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