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• La Paz International Airport is operating normally.

• Water and power services have resumed complete functionality.

• Debris has been removed.

• Normal business hours have returned.

• Domestic and international visitors are welcomed with arms wide open.


Take a walk on the malecon.The La Paz Tourism Board and the La Paz Hotel Association have announced that the La Paz International Airport, water and power services, as well as all businesses, are operating normally. Hurricane Odile made landfall early Monday morning on September 15th with an intensity unprecedented for Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.

However, with the help of the tenacious and proud people of La Paz, the city would like to once again invite domestic and international tourists to visit the destination where its people,its attractions and its high-level of infrastructure are waiting with arms wide open, to make their stay a unique and pleasant experience. It is with pride that we announce the capital city of Baja California Sur is standing, better than ever, after the damages caused by Hurricane Odile, thanks to the coordinated work of federal, state and local government, service providers in general and especially, the efforts of the La Paz citizens. La Paz will continue to support all the other towns and municipalities affected by Odile, in the hopes that the entire  State will return to normal as soon as possible and will continue to be the world-class destination it always has been.

La Paz will continue to offer its visitors the same attention and high-quality service that is characteristic of its people. Come visit the most peaceful city with blissful weather. La Paz welcomes all with arms wide open and looks forward to serving you on your next vacation to La Paz, Mexico.

Playa Coromuel in La Paz, BCS

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