Hurricane Odile hit popular Mexican vacation destination Cabo San Lucas on the night of September 14, causing severe damage to resorts and destroying homes and infrastructure. Having thought the storm would miss Los Cabos, the city was largely unprepared for the Category 3 hurricane. It was the strongest to ever make landfall in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula.
The storm sustained winds of up to 125 mph, leaving 92% of the state’s population without power or water. Much of Los Cabos is still without. Some 30,000 tourists were evacuated over the following five days by Alaska Airlines and other U.S. carriers as well as the Mexican military. The Los Cabos International Airport is estimated to reopen on October 8, but until then will not be accommodating any commercial flights.
Those who own a Cabo San Lucas timeshare may be wondering about the state of their resorts and when they will be reopening. Below is a list of the resorts and when they are estimated to reopen:
If you own or were planning to rent a timeshare in Cabo San Lucas this month, don’t give up on your vacation plans. We offer timeshare rentals in a variety of locations that are similar to Los Cabos — not to mention you can use our easy online booking method. Browse our inventory in these popular destinations below.