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Thinking about buying a vacation home or relocating permanently to Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo or southern Baja, Mexico in general? We've got the information you'll need to make the move from country to country go smoothly. Contact us to learn more or browse our frequent questions.
  1. What is the closest airport in Los Cabos?

    Los Cabos International Airport (airport code CSL) serves San José del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area. It’s is the sixth-busiest airport in Mexico and is located 8 miles from San José del Cabo and 29 miles from Cabo San Lucas.
  2. What is the weather like in Cabo?

    Its arid Sonoron Gulf Coast Desert climate gives it 350+ days of sunshine a year. Los Cabos doesn't have the tropical humidity of other Mexican destinations and is further north, so evenings cool off. It’s about 10 degrees cooler on the Pacific side than on the Sea of Cortez side and the average yearly temperatures vary between 61°F to 91°F.
  3. What currency is used in Mexico?

    Mexico's currency is the Peso. US dollars are widely accepted in Los Cabos, but don’t expect the best exchange rates if you use them in shops and restaurants. It’s recommended that travelers bring Mexican pesos as well as their credit and/or debit cards to minimize any inconvenience the exchange cap at banks may cause.
  4. Do I need a passport to move to Mexico?

    Yes. The US Department of State states that US citizens (including children) must present a valid US passport book or card to enter Mexico – whether moving there or just visiting. Entry by air, a passport book is required – entry by land or sea, a passport book or passport card may be presented.
  5. Can I bring my pets to Mexico?

    Mexico allows travelers to enter the country with up to two dogs or cats, but if traveling by air, airlines will only allow one pet per person. If you’re traveling to Mexico with more animals, you should contact the Mexican consulate or embassy nearest you for more information. You should also have your pet examined by a veterinarian and your pet's immunizations must be up to date, with proof of the rabies vaccine administered at least 15 days before the pet's arrival in Mexico.
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