Tuesday January 21 2020


One of the friendly Gray Whales of Baja close enough to touch (Ritchie)

Gray whale watching season begins in early December and moves along the Pacific coast of the Baja peninsula and ends in early April as the whale return north.

The tranquil blue waters of the Sea of Cortez never seemed more inviting

Springtime is one of the most popular times for North Americans to travel to Baja California Sur. The weather is a welcome respite from the snow and cold of their home towns. Our sunny skies and welcoming beaches are enjoyed by tens of thousands of visitors between January and June.

The 200 ton monster travel lift awaits the completion of the concrete piers

The marine industry in La Paz will take another big step in modernization this fall as Navales Servicos La Paz S.A. de CV brings into service their 200 ton Travel Lift. The new facilities will open the door to local boatyard services to the growing number of large power and sail yachts that have discovered the boundless...


Retired couple on the beach in Baja

North Americans are buying homes in Mexico as an economic refuge and to maintain lifestyle.

The Hook at Isla San Francisco in the Sea of Cortez

The Islands and Protected Areas of the Gulf of California in northwestern Mexico were inscribed as a World Heritage Site during the Twenty-ninth Session of the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO...

Carnaval La Paz 2020 - Fiesta de los Dioses

Carnaval La Paz time fast apporaches with this year's theme "Fiesta de los Dioses". We have the latest updates on performing acts and parade dates and times. Don't miss out on this slice of Baja...

Travel Requirements for Visiting Mexico

 The Immigration Service of Mexico has announced that it will be required to present a valid passport of your home nation for pedestrians entering Mexico at San...

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