Los Cabos | San Jose del Cabo International Airport
The National Service for Health, Safety, and Food Quality (SENASICA) in Mexico has established specific regulations for the importation of food arriving at Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). These guidelines are designed to manage the cross-border movement of food items, ensuring they meet the required health and safety standards. SENASICA’s rules are critical for maintaining food quality and protecting public health, particularly for goods entering the country through SJD Airport in Los Cabos.
The Mexican government, through its customs authority, enforces stringent regulations on the importation of specific food items, with these regulations varying based on the item’s origin and manufacturing process. Detailed information about these import restrictions is available on the official website of the National Service for Health, Safety, and Food Quality (SENASICA).
The following food items are subject to these import restrictions:
Travelers are advised to consult with their airline for detailed information regarding the transfer of food items to Los Cabos via air transport. Airlines can provide updated guidelines and requirements specific to their operations and routes.
Additionally, travelers with pets should refer to the dedicated section on our website for comprehensive guidelines on pet travel and importation requirements in Mexico. This resource provides vital information to ensure compliance with all pet-related regulations for a smooth travel experience.
Information regarding pet travel and pet importation requirements in Mexico can be found on our website.
Terminal Maps & More
Los Cabos Airport maps are designed to offer clarity for visitors. On these maps, travelers can easily identify the distinct terminals, with each terminal catering to specific flights—domestic, international, or charter. The maps also detail the layout of the airport, from arrival gates to baggage claim areas, helping visitors navigate the space with ease.
Los Cabos immigration facilitates the entry and exit of travelers, ensuring compliance with Mexican immigration laws and offering assistance for a smooth travel experience.Learn More
Los Cabos customs is responsible for monitoring the import and export of goods, enforcing regulations, and ensuring that travelers' belongings meet Mexico's import regulations.Learn More