The state of Baja California Sur continues on the path towards economic recovery in an orderly manner, in the face of the pandemic.
According to the Baja California Sur State Health Alert System, the state is at level 5 as of June 23, 2021.
This alert level allows a 30% capacity in public areas, supermarkets, establishments, hotels and restaurants.
Visit https://coronavirus.bcs.gob.mx/ for real-time updates.
1. La Paz Beaches and Malecon will be closed until further notice.
2. Reopening of open-air gyms, temples, cinemas, with 30% capacity..
3. All types of social, cultural and sporting events are prohibited, until a new determination of the SSA.
4. The entry of minors to supermarkets, department stores is prohibited, only the access of 1 person per family, control supervised by areas of commerce and municipal police.
5. Restrictions and unifies restriction of sale of alcohol, outlets, supermarkets until 8 pm each day.
6. Restaurant activity will be maintained until 11 at night, but the sale of alcohol will be verified restricted throughout the hotel, restaurant and commercial sector of La Paz
7. Malecon will remain closed. It will be open from 6:00 – 11:00 am for sports activities only.
Local companies are currently working on obtaining the “Clean Point” certification, granted by the Federal Tourism Secretary, in order to guarantee high standards of hygiene and safety in their services.
Authorities are constantly monitoring compliance with these protocols at the destination.
Learn about the safety and hygiene protocols implemented in the destination here.
Additionally, Baja California Sur complements its quality tourism offer with the Global Safety Stamp: Safe Travels, awarded by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The destinations of the state are internationally recognized for being prepared to receive travelers in a clean and safe environment, as well as contributing to the reactivation of tourism in Mexico.
Help us to continue taking care of ourselves! The use of face masks, antibacterial gel, frequent hand washing and avoiding agglomerations are essential.