Saturday June 03 2023


The port of Pichilingue

Plans have been announced to change the commercial port of Pichilinque in La Paz to a Cruise Ship port and move commerical and freight operations to a new facility to be built in San Juan de la Costa. The BajaInsider expresses our opinion, brace yourself!.

Performers for the Main Stage of Carnaval La Paz 2023

The line up of performers for Carnaval La Paz 2023 follows the traditional pattern: a Comedian Thursday night, Regional Pop vocalist Friday night, Pop vocalist Saturday night, Cumbia on Sunday night, Soft Rock on Monday night and Mexican Regional Dance on Tuesday to close out Carnaval.

Carnaval La Paz 2020 - Fiesta de los Dioses

fter a two-year hiatus as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemic civic financial woes, plans are in the works for a Carnaval La Paz, 2023. In 2023 Carnaval should run from February 16th to 21st. The 2023 theme is Peninsula de Alegria.


Police officers in the City of La Paz will be using 139 new body cams in 2023

Abuse of authority by police has become increasingly visible in Mexican national news but has not appeared as an endemic problem here in La Paz. The use of police body cams should provide the...

Whale watching from la Paz can be the adventure of a lifetime.

 During December through April, the Pacific Ocean and the ...

Masking in Public Closed Environments Returns to Baja California Sur

Jamuary 20, 2023 The state health security committee has continued the mandatory use of limited facial masking in the state of Baja California Sur through the last week of January. Use of masks...

Swimming with Sea Lions at Los Islotes, north of La Paz

The Sea Lion Encounters in the Bay of La Paz are on again and one of the most popular activities in the region. Snorkeling and scuba diving at Los Islotes, El Refugio and Roca Lobos in the Bay of...

When you are told the Mexican Notario Publico will charge $3,000 dollars to make you the beneficiary of a trust on a...

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