Google Street View (GSV) is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides interactive panoramas from positions along many streets in the world. Google: “when searching for businesses, consumers use mapping products 44% of the time”.
As a Trusted GSV Photographer, over the coming months and years, my wife and I will be mapping and updating many areas, and quite literally “putting you on the map“. Having roads and businesses show up on GSV will bring much added exposure to businesses by allowing visitors to actually see your location as if doing a real drive-by. As a popular destination spot tourists especially use this tool to help in finding locations and to get a better sense of what an area and its surroundings look like. Baja Sur seriously lacks GSV and many places that have been mapped by Google are very old (circa 2009+). As of July 2020 Google GSV has captured the following areas:
Los Cabos – approx 50% from 2009-2019
Todos Santos – approx 5% from 2009
El Pescadero – 1% captured 2009
Playa Los Cerritos – zero street view maps
To see if your business and road to it is on GSV click the map above, zoom to your location, then click on the little orange man in lower right corner. The blue lines that appear are where GSV has been mapped. Next simply click anywhere in the blue line and experience GSV in 360°.
For additional information and to view some Old vs New examples click here
This is a FREE service we offer to the community. Equipment, time and fuel come at a cost to us. If you feel we have attributed value to your business we wouldn’t say no to a small contribution – click secure link PayPal.Me/bajasur
Thank you for your support.
Bill and Kim Bailey