By Jorge M. Conde, Esq.
The Municipality of Los Cabos has an extension of 119 miles of coastline between the Migriño area (at the Pacific Ocean) and the Buena Vista area (at the Gulf of California).
With approximately 15,000 hotel rooms and 2,500 more currently under development, Los Cabos is one of the tourist sites most preferred by visitors to Mexico by foreign tourist and also at the national level. This nature sanctuary has stunning natural landscapes and impressive biodiversity that combines the ocean and the desert like few places in the world, as well as offering unsurpassed weather conditions irresistible to the visitors.
Despite the benefits that provide the protection of landscape in environmental, social and economic levels, the growth of the local economy is accelerating the transformation of various landscapes, in some cases degrading, with the corresponding consequences to the community. Therefore, the landscape has become an important element of protection embraced in the human right to a healthy environment, health, culture and identity. Continue reading