Friday August 14 2020

Everyday more and more foreigners, including people from the U.S., Canada, Asia and Europe, are acquiring Mexican property for rentals and enjoyment. The market for rentals is huge.Many newcomers prefer to rent or lease a house or an apartment while they shop for the ideal location and home for purchase. Others simply prefer to rent a home or... Read more...
International Community Foundation Releases Findings on the Greening of U.S. Retirement Destinations in Mexican Coastal Communities The International Community Foundation released the report entitled “The Greening of U.S. Retirement Destinations in Mexico: Emerging Issues and Trends in Coastal Communities” analyzing environmentally-specific... Read more...
MARCH 20, 2020: NON-ESENTIAL CROSS BORDER TRAFFIC IS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED. 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 Ysidro. We have also had first-hand reports from readers who have been asked to present a valid passport at... Read more...
Bahia Balandra is a World Heritage Site and its untame beauty is one of the major attactions to the city. The famous Mushroom Rock, unofficial icon of the city of La Paz is located in the middle side of the northern portion of the bay. The public beaches in Balandra have no facilities and until recently vendors were not permitted at the parking... Read more...
November 20th is Revolution Day in Mexico, and in 2019 it will be celebrated on November 18 to provide a 3 day puente weekend (puente = bridge for a three day weekend). The day commemorates the beginning of the Mexican revolution that ran from 1910 to 1920. The revolution was begun by the armed struggle against dictator/president José de la Cruz... Read more...
 The Mushroom Rock in Bahia Balandra has long been the symbol of La Paz Appearing in postcards and countless photos. Sometime in the winter of 2005 the rock was discovered toppled from it’s location by local residents. When the rock fell the La Paz business community came to its rescue."El Hongo" or Mushroom Rock is... Read more...
San Juanico in the Sea of Cortez, Mother Nature was obviously in a playful spirit when she formed the remote Sea of Cortez anchorage of San Juanico Bay. Fanciful spire-shaped islets, fossilized bubbling cauldrons, colorful lava reefs and blonde sand beaches provide boaters with spectacular scenery amid at least two anchoring areas – a... Read more...
If one could sit quietly on a Mexican beach long enough, eventually a sea turtle would edge by. Of course, there are beaches where the waiting would be short—minutes or hours—and others where the waiting may be longer—days, months or even decades. But eventually, with time, a sea turtle would haul her body from the ocean, cross your... Read more...
 Notice to CruisersAs of November 2017 private vessels can no longer dispense swimmers at Los Islotes, El Refugio or Roca Lobos. A limited number of annual permits are now issued to local providers. Private vessels wishing to swim with the sea lions may hire a guide, reported price is $150/day.The Sea Lion Encounters in the Bay of La Paz are... Read more...
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