Traveling with Tori – February 2021

Hey there!

I just got back from a quick visit to Cabo and it was great!

No matter how luxurious the destination beach resorts might be, some of you still want the opportunity to swim in the ocean, even if the pools at the resort are amazing! One of the drawbacks of Cabo is the limited number of swimmable beaches. There are steep ocean floor drop-offs close to shore that create strong waves and undercurrents, making it unsafe to swim. But this last trip made me realize the benefit of that topography. I was lucky enough to see whales each day right offshore and a pod of dolphins on my last morning. While the ocean may not be swimmable, the beach just might have much more to offer you than a dip in the ocean.

If you are curious about the process to return to the US…it was seamless. When I arrived at the property to check-in, they had already scheduled my Covid test for 2 days prior to my departure. Once I got my test, I got the results within an hour on my phone. I went to the concierge and asked for a printed copy – just in case. I am super impressed with how Los Cabos in general has stepped up so quickly and efficiently to the CDC requirements. When I checked-in at the airport, I handed them my test results, filled out an additional form, and was done. It was smooth. Airports, planes, and resorts are not packed at all. I felt very comfortable. It went so smoothly that the person who was supposed to pick me up at the airport was late assuming that it would take a bit longer ;).

When you are ready to explore again, I will be ready.

Cheers to staying safe, sane, and connected!
Tori Medeiros

“Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen.” – Coco Chanel

 

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