Friday August 14 2020

 Semana Santa 2020 officially begins Sunday, April 5th and runs through Saturday, April 11, 2020. Pasqua (Easter) is Sunday, April 12, 2020, This year Semana Santa will not be the biggest travel week of the year with all of Mexico on travel restrictions through the end of April as a result of the Coronavirus known as Covid-19.Semana Santa or... Read more...
Mexico’s Baja peninsula is blessed with some of the best scuba diving in the world and yet it remains a relative unknown on the lists of major dive destinations. With the Pacific Ocean to its west and the Sea of Cortez (aka the Gulf of California) to its east, the peninsula offers more than 2,000 miles of coastline and dozens of off-shore... Read more...
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 AdventureSmith Explorations small ship tours in Baja California provide a style of excursion the larger cruise ships can't. A small ship expedition in Baja provides a more intimate interaction with the wilderness, in the Sea of Cortez, Pacific Baja or around the world.A Baja adventure has long been known as a paradise for experienced sailors... Read more...
The green flash is a solar phenomenon that only occurs under very specific conditions. Many people THINK they may have seen the green flash, but have they really? Before you think I’ve spent too much time with old comic books, drank homemade tequila, or chewed on the wrong cacti, let me assure you that none of these are responsible for “The Green... Read more...
Springtime brings increased activity throughout the Sea of Cortez, not only in the form of tourists enjoying the warming waters, but the natural habitants as well. Among those that perfer to share the shallow warmer waters are the sting rays, which can put a painful stain on an otherwise fun day at the beach.There are a variety of species in the... Read more...
Shopping in Cabo or Mexico in general can really be an experience. Many of you who have already traveled deep into Mexico or just over the border have experienced the small trinket shops that sell all kinds of Mexican handicrafts, including blankets, pottery, masks, silver jewelry, hats and much more. The fun begins with the fact that in most... Read more...
This has been a growing cry from residents of Baja California Sur concerning the creation of Concordia, an open pit mine in the Sierra de la Laguna. Is this opposition justified? There is a Colorado mining company that is called Vista Gold Corp. that owns a gold mine called Concordia that used to be named Paredones Amarillos in the lower... Read more...
Will this summer may be a time to explore the Baja Peninsula, hopefully the hold of the Corona virus will be gone by late summer.  With spectacular vistas and a history dating back more than 475 years it can be both fun and educational.One of the big rush season for Baja travel are the weeks following the close of the North American scholl... Read more...
Surfing which many people know started in Hawaii many, many years ago and was the sport of Kings. Since the 60's it had become very popular in California and worldwide. While in it's early years surfing was associated mostly with young men that in most cases had little money as they scoured the world for the perfect waves. Surfing in Baja became... Read more...

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