Information about Baja Life and Lifestyles
Events in Baja
We have the videos of the performing artists and of Carnaval Events & history of the event.
We have the official schedule and a map for the Zones for Carnaval to make Carnaval easier to enjoy.
The second largest event on the La Paz calendar will celebrate 478 years since Cortez stepped ashore.
The quest for pearls is one of the things that brought settlers to Baja. The industry is memory.
Since pre-Columbian times it celebrates the connection between the living and dead.
Commemorates the victory against the French and the beginning of Mexican liberation.
Mexican recipes with a Baja flavor including beverages, main courses and deserts.
Mexico's trademark alcolhol is more than shooters and lime chasers. Know a good tequila from bad.
A section just to the food and fine dining available in Baja from taco stands to 5 star eats.
Todos Santos sands are too cool for the incubation process. Rescuers save the eggs.
Cruisers and local whale rescue specialists save this mother whale and her calf from certain death.
Making a major lifestyle change a San Diego teacher relocated to Baja. Now she is rescuing turtles.
Greg Joder of brings us aa tale of the recovery of the Brown Pelican in the Sea of Cortez.
Kitzia Howearth gives us this rendition of the good life on East Cape. A special place in Baja.
A survey of what North Americans want in Mexico when it comes to green living.
What are north Americans looking for when they retire to Mexico? Most it seems, choose to live 'green'.
MexPro Insurance offers plans for you at an affordable price. Don't be caught without in Hurricane Season!
Rev. Capt. Prof. Leon Del Sol believes he has solved the what happened to the civilization.
There are two newly enforced laws concerning the taxation on Mex accounts of U.S. citizens abroad.
There are opportunities to establish businesses butImmigration limits you.
Delivery by land, sea and air to Baja as well as providing the paperwork services.
ACV Trucking can provide transportation and importation services from the border to you.
Our legal contributor provides us this insight into what documents are right for you.
Our legal contributor provides us this up-to-date information on what it means & takes.
There are different ways to get married, Is better to marry, divorce or just 'live in sin?
An overview of discrimination against foreigners & the remedies provided by law.
Protecting your interests before the contract is signed is always the best medicine.
A run down the documents you will need in Mexico for official business and immigration.
If you own or lease coastal property in Mexico you are required to provide right of way.
There is a reason the law hasn't caused much hoop la from the left or right.
Baja / Mexican Government Resources
Mexico's Consumer Affairs solution. They can help solve disputes quickly, sometimes...
The agency that holds the data on population, census and geographic information.
Consulate is located in Cabo San Lucas & the embassy is located in Tijuana.
A list of important numbers for those who live and travel in Baja.
General Information on Baja
Subsidies you more than 1/2 your electric bill may end. But is it just a political football?
We expanded our shoppingto the growing number of supermarkets that serve Baja California Sur.
Mexico revised its immigration law effecting Tourist Card travelers & FM minimum income requirements.
Find out why Hacienda Palo Verde has been building quality homes for folks to enjoy this lifestyle.t.
Baja is changing. A new generation of young people that know X-box and Quickimarts.
Casa Hogar is dedicated to providing shelter for the kids. Learn how you can help.
La Paz and Haciendas Palo Verde have the active lifestyle that will keep you entertained. Join the fun.
Gasoline and Diesel prices will rise every month this year as Mexico phases out the fuel subsidies.
A protest caravan went from San Jose del Cabo to La Paz, with events in La Paz too.
Vista Gold has applied for an exception for an open pit mine.
Spring is high season for Baja Sur tourism for throngs of escaping snowbirds.
A Decade in La Paz Pt 1
A look what life is like in Baja Sur and what has changed in the last 10 years.
Baja fishermen are employing modern techniques to improve the harvest & environment.
A Decade in La Paz Pt 2
A look at Baja health care, health insurance & immigration issues for North Americans.
A Decade in La Paz Pt 3
Recounting a decade in Baja Tomas look at the changes in transportation & recreation
A Decade in La Paz Pt 4
Editor Tomas takes a look at boating, fishing and the people that call Baja home.
As the economy begins to rebound more people are looking to invest in Baja.
Beyond the headlines, should the violence affect your Mexico vacations plans?
The other Mexico far from the stateside headlines, this quiet little city on the Sea of Cortez
We take an overview look at populations, demographics & GDP of the peninsula.
Cedros Outdoor Adventures provides us these tips learned first hand for a happen ending.
Regularly refreshed with the latest information the DHS.
Information & history on cities on the Baja peninsula. Want to learn more about Baja?
Docs required to enter and leave Mx. Traveling as a single parent with a minor child?
Mayor Hugo Torres of Rosarito Beach takes aim at US sources that paint all of Mexico poorly.
A favorite anchorage for more than 150 years, the Magote in the Ensenada de La Paz.
With Baby Boomers reaching retirement age Mexico has become a haven to retire.
If you have solar, maintaining your batteries can be a huge benefit!
The process of getting a drivers license, importing your vehicle and getting plates for the car.
Things have changed in Baja. No longer isolated email and the internet have made it easier to stay in touch.
Here is how to successfully complete your phone call to and from Mexico.
Bruce Herman has captured some of the most memorable images of Baja in his works.
La Paz wakes up slow when the days get warm but Sundays seem even more 'tranquilo'
Join one of our readers as she takes you along on her desire to enjoy some of beautiful Baja.
The rock north of the city of La Paz is the city symbol. When it fell, businessmen rescued.
Author Stefan Paul Ries takes you inside the cruising life and the friends you meet.
It's not just shopping, it's an adventure. A variety of shops where you might find bargains.
Avoid and treat Stingrays, jellyfish, man-o-wars and more lurk in the waters of Baja.
Avoid heat strokeas our temperatures climb. Staying hydrated is imperative.
A slightly different explanation for the word “gringo” that I had never heard before.