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Safety alert due to windy weather in Cabo

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Despite the beautiful blue sky and endless sunshine, Cabo has been pretty windy the last few days.

And by windy we mean with winds of up to 60km per hour. Much as this could be described as “a nice fresh breeze” - it is more than enough for safety restrictions to remain in place.

The gusty blasts have been casing waves of upto 6 feet high. Meaning that the port is closed to smaller vessels and all nautical tourist activities have been suspended.

Although beaches have not been closed  -  many have been operating with yellow flags. Which indicates potentially high surf, or dangerous currents and undertows. Meaning that swimmers should exercise extreme caution.  Chileno, Palmilla, Santa Maria, and parts of Medano have all been affected. 

So, like we keep saying, if you are heading to the beach, or planning any diving or snorkelling  - please pay attention to all weather warnings. Don’t take unnecessary risks in the water. Listen to the lifeguards, and work on your tan instead! Or go do some of the many other activities on offer.
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