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New Los Cabos CVB website makes it easier to get to Mexico

Los Cabos has a new look online. The city's Convention & Visitors Bureau has launched a new traveler-facing website,, to help guests plan their vacations with ease. With the website's new features, you'll be able to tailor your trip to this hot vacation spot to whatever specific needs you have.

The most useful of the tools available is "My Los Cabos Planner." You can put together an itinerary and share it by e-mail, print out ideas and, when you are ready, pull the trigger with "Book Your Trip." Before you get to that point, though, you'll see a wide range of possibilities ... so you won't miss a thing. If you're a meeting or event planner, you can use a dedicated part of the website to coordinate every detail of your event and send an RFP directly to the Los Cabos CVB ... without having to get on a plane.

"Our goal with the launch of the enhanced consumer website," says Gonzalo Franyutti, President of the Los Cabos CVB, "is to offer travelers important, valuable information about our destination as well as provide a convenient resource for travel planning." He continues, "We are thrilled with the final product and will continue to update the site regularly to ensure travelers are receiving the most current and vital information."

Filed under: North America, Mexico, Internet Tools

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