One of my favorite spots on the planet, La Paz, Baja California Sur, has further advanced its opening strategy! Social distancing, masks and strict, heightened safety and hygiene protocols remain in place.
Beaches and boardwalks will reopen with limited capacity. The Malecon (boardwalk) will allow 30% capacity mask-wearing pedestrian, skate and bicycle traffic during the hours of 6am to 10am an 5pm to 10pm. Restaurants will continue to serve guests with 30% limited occupancy with primarily outdoor, terrace dining.
“It is with great pleasure that we advance to the next phase in our opening process,” said Fatima Aviles, General Director of the La Paz Tourism Board. “We have taken the health and wellness of our citizens and visitors very seriously and have implemented all recommended precautions to ensure safety. Our guests and community have been supportive of all efforts and continue to engage in the process. As we move forward today, we invite visitors to safely return to La Paz, enjoy our pristine nature and wide-open spaces and enjoy the respite we all truly need right now.”
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About La Paz, Baja California Sur
La Paz is located in the state of Baja California Sur, a two-hour drive from Cabo San Lucas. This area is a tranquil getaway featuring miles of undisturbed white sand beaches and endless opportunities for active adventure tourism. The La Paz region, a culturally and biologically diverse area, includes the areas of Todos Santos, Espíritu Santo Island, and the Sea of Cortez—famously nicknamed “The Aquarium of the World” by Jacques Cousteau. For more information on La Paz, visit www.golapaz.com