Travel Tips for Cabo San Lucas
A valid passport should be used if you have one. Citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States can usually cross the USA/Mexico border without difficulty or delay. A birth certificate may be used, but it must be the original copy with the embossed seal. A completed Mexican Tourist Card must be presented upon your arrival and departure. Sign the reverse of both the blue and the red copy, and present them to the airline representative as you check in for your flight for validation. You will be required to present both the Mexican Tourist Card and your travel documents when you arrive in Los Cabos.
Traveling with Minors
A minor traveling alone or with an adult must have the above identification. If the minor is traveling alone, they must also have a notarized letter signed by all parents or legal guardians giving them permission to travel. If the minor is traveling with only one parent, they must have a notarized letter signed by the parent or guardian not traveling giving them permission to travel with the one parent or guardian. A custody document should be provided in the event a minor is in the custody of one parent. A death certificate should be provided if one parent is deceased.
All luggage must be properly tagged with your name, address, and telephone number. It is strongly recommended that you insure valuable items such as cameras, golf clubs, scuba equipment, etc. A golf bag is considered one piece of luggage. We recommend that you carry all travel documents, air tickets, personal items, money, medications and valuables in your carry-on luggage.
TIP: If you are planning to take advantage of shopping opportunities on your visit we advise that you pack an empty carry-on or two. This way you can fill it with your treasures and souvenirs of your trip. Be sure to tag it!