Good News: US State Department recognizes safety of La Paz and South Baja

Mar 14, 2012
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News today that reaffirms the reputation of La Paz as the “city of peace and abundance” on the Sea of Cortez, and one of the “safest places in the world to live in and visit.”

For the first time, the the U.S. State Department’s latest 2012 travel update states no security concerns for the region, and includes “no advisory” in effect for La Paz and the entire South Baja region.

“Travelers can feel confident coming here, knowing that the peace that one quietly encounters in La Paz extends directly from the abundant ocean life and cultural richness that sets La Paz apart from any place on the planet,” said Agustin Olachea, President of La Paz Tourism Board.

More: the complete update, and press release.

Source: The Mexico Report via MarketWatch.

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