Images via Instagram (provided by Mexico Board of Tourism)
Judging by the smiles and suntans on the beautiful and famous, we say it’s about time to consider Los Cabos anew.
Hollywood is lending a hand and Instagram post for Los Cabos, an area that suffered from Hurricane Odile back in September.
A press release signaled a few posts from the likes of Mario Lopez and Reese Witherspoon that cleverly illustrates that business is once again humming along nicely in the resort area.
The release states, “The images of the destroyed paradise that spread over the Internet were devastating, especially considering that 80% of the region’s economy comes from tourism. After a huge effort of the population and the government, Los Cabos is back and ready after 60 days, which was great – except few believed it.”
If fear might spread through powerful images, perhaps goodwill and thoughts of future trips to help the local economy could be helped with the same. In that way, we have celebrities re-imagining past moments in Los Cabos.
Here is Mario Lopez living the tough life:
Reese Witherspoon is saving you a seat. Although there is no word for how long. Someone please book a trip, because Witherspoon, as talented as he is, can’t hold this pose for long:
Nick Jonas, who suffers from the inability to smile, takes a gorgeous selfie amid a very stunning backdrop:
Rosario Dawson here poses in front of a hashtag you might want to remember when traveling to Los Cabos:
Instead of leaning on stars who seem to thoroughly enjoy the vacation, officials dropped a brilliant video that highlights some locals who went through the enormous task of reinvigorating the area after some truly arduous times.
The brief video is entitled “Unstoppable,” and it features a sentiment we can even appreciate well away from the sun-kissed shores and amazing vistas of Los Cabos:
Mother Nature’s holiday paused but did not stop local tourism. It’s as vibrant and worthwhile as it has ever been.
With clever initiatives and viral hashtags, Los Cabos locals will hopefully have the final component to make the area a truly remarkable place to visit: you.