Travel Information for Cabo
As of January 2007, travelers entering the United States by air are required to present a passport. If you are flying to Cabo, everyone in the family needs to bring one along because you don’t need it to get into Mexico but you will need it to get back home.
Getting Around Los Cabos
A rental car is the best choice for getting to those out-of-the-way locations. Agencies such as Payless, Cactus, Dollar or Thrifty offer reasonable rates. Drive carefully and courteously. Remember, the right lane is for slower traffic and road signs are in Spanish. Click on the Travel Assistance Tab for further information and additional links to booking rental cars and flights to and from Cabo San Lucas.
For quick, inexpensive travel, take the bus. They’re clean and you may meet some of the locals. Two companies, SuburCabos and InterBaja, run every half-hour from 5 am.m. to 10:30 p.m., between CSL and SJD along the Tourist Corridor and the bus stops are clearly marked. A complete,one-way trip is only $2.00 U.S.
A taxi is one option for getting to and from the airport but only if you’re prepared to pay top dollar. The Los Cabos Airport Shuttle is a great alternative with 24-hour service at set prices from $20 to $36 U.S. per person. Telephone: 011.52.624.142.3238.