Tuesday September 22 2020

Palm trees are one of the plants most commonly seen in Baja California second to cactus. Palm trees are found in Baja’s desert like climates where there is water and many times will signify a natural oasis. Palms have flowers and most have the characteristic leaves known as fronds. Palms (Palmas in Spanish) as they are commonly... Read more...
Publisher James Glover revisits and writes about his favorite area of Baja Sur, El Pescadero and the growth that has occurred and what challenges there are for further growth in this area. As I hear the waves in the distance, a cool evening off shore breeze rustling the palm fronds, I remember when there were no lights at night because there... Read more...
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 in Durban, South Africa.The area is made up of 244 islands, islets, and coastal areas located in the Gulf of California, extending from the Colorado River... Read more...
 Los Islotes, The Sea Lion Colony at Espiritu Santo receives more visitors than almost any other island in the Sea of Cortez. The Sea Lions appear to have become accustom to human interaction and high levels of boat traffic with few ill effects. Los Islotes is regularly featured in the diving press as one of the top ten dive sites in the... Read more...
Santiago a small pueblo in Baja Sur with two great mountain areas to visit, Cañon de la Zorra (Fox Canyon) and Aguas Calientes (Hot Water (Springs) aera). Maps and directions on how to visit these wonderful mountain creeks and hot springs.Baja is mostly known for its deserts and beaches but the mountains not only offer incredible views but... Read more...
Whale sharks - the largest fish in the ocean and return every winter to the waters of the Bay of La Paz. Swimming with these gentle giants can be the perfect end to a dive trip or island outing. From early winter until late spring the whale sharks can be found feeding in the rich waters of the Sea of Cortez and in the Bay of La Paz in Baja... Read more...
The new Cross Border Xpress (CBX) pedestrian bridge connecting the Tijuana Airport (TIJ) with the U.S. opened December 2, 2015. This new border crossing is the creation of Ralph Nieder and is a private commercial bridge that will charge a fee to walk across the 525 foot sky bridge. There will be parking and a Terminal building on the the U.S. side... Read more...
Tijuana the largest city of Baja and 5th largest in Mexico, borders the U.S. at the cities of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa, suburbs of San Diego, California.  A border where more than 50 million people cross annually, making the San Ysidro Port of entry the busiest land border crossing in the world and Tijuana one of the most visited cities on... Read more...
Title Insurance is the essential protection for Mexican Real Estate. Canadian newspapers carried stories recently about the eviction of land owners in an area known as La Manzanilla, located on beautiful Tenacatita Bay, between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo on the west coast of Mexico. Many owners purchased property from farmers that had... Read more...
Todos Santos is located on the Pacific Coast of Baja California Sur, and the name means the city of “All Saints” Todos Santos is an eclectic little town situated on the Pacific Coast of The Baja Peninsula very close to the southern tip. Located about halfway from La Paz to Cabo San Lucas on Hwy 19, this delightful spot is another one of... Read more...

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