Place to Go & Things to See in Baja
Spring is high season for Baja Sur tourism for throngs of escaping snowbirds.
Visit Los Cabos with its wide variety of entertainment , it has something for all.
A Decade in La Paz Pt 2
A look at Baja health care, health insurance & immigration issues for North Americans.
Located just off the marina in Cabo San Lucas enjoy facilities for the most discerning tastes
Ingrid Hart writes of her trip in Loreto Bay National Park in the Sea of Cortez
Just 23 miles north of La Paz, the islands provide secluded anchorages & volcanic summits
Mileage charts, driving guides, road trip stories and tips for making your travels in fun.
The sweat lodge is a rite of purification in many native American cultures.
It wasn't that long ago that it took a hearty sole to venture to this fisherman's secret.
Another Baja Eco-Tale with this story of a trip to the bay of LA.
A favorite anchorage for more than 150 years, the Magote in the Ensenada de La Paz.
Docs required to enter and leave Mx. Traveling as a single parent with a minor child?
Downshift and take time to smell the roses and enjoy how much there is to "see" when nothing is happening
For the length of Hwy 1 & detailed reports on the 4 lane from La Paz and Cabo.
Gary Graham has been driving the peninsula for several decades and has seen more than a little change.
Information & history on cities on the Baja peninsula. Want to learn more about Baja?
Hacienda Encantada is one of our reader's favorites. Take an inside look at the resort.
The most popular tourist destination in Baja, just fishing huts just a few decades ago.
Here are the maps that will let you place the major towns and cities of Baja.
The original capital of the territory of Baja, the village that is nearly 300 years old.
Take a equestrian journey back in time into the rugged mountains of Baja Sur.
No longer the little palapa on the side of the runway. SJD is the busiest airport in Baja.
A day trip or a couple of days for an expedition, see more of the REAL Baja California Sur.
The Pacific beaches are beautiful, but not every beach is for everyone.
La Paz has miles of beaches. Know where you want to go to get your feet wet.
About San Ignacio, Baja Sur
Famous for whale watching in the winter and for watching the palms grow in the summer.
It's not just shopping, it's an adventure. A variety of shops where you might find bargains.
Whether you are into Flora or Fauna hike this beautiful landscape off the coast.
Spire-shaped islets, fossilized bubbling cauldrons, colorful lava reefs & sand beaches.
With our wonderful late fall weather come some great tips for things and places to do.