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Cruise ship in Ensenada, Baja California

The northern state of the peninsula, Baja California can be divided into three weather regions, the Pacific coastal region, the Inland region and the Sea of Cortez region. With the Pacific Ocean much cooler than the Sea of Cortez these three regions can vary in temperature 30°F or more on any given day. Rainfall and cloudy skies are much more prevalent...

Mushroom Rock in Balandra at sunset today, restored to its position after the 2005 fall

The Mushroom Rock in Bahia Balandra has long been the symbol of La Paz Appearing in postcards and countless photosSometime in the winter of 2005 the rock was discovered toppled from it’s...

Baby with extreme effects of microcephaly

Updated October 8 2019  The mosquito season is winding down now across Mexico and the rains of the monsoon season have...

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Nude Beaches in Baja

Are there really any nude beach on the Baja California...

Cruise ship in Ensenada, Baja California

The northern state of the peninsula, Baja California can be divided into three weather regions, the Pacific coastal region, the Inland region and the Sea of Cortez region. With the Pacific Ocean...

Green desert north of Loreto, Baja California Sur

If you have an interest in Baja, get ready to come visit us as the summer heat is fading and the Sea of...

Author Sarah Markworth taking to the trail, horseback in Baja

Take a trip back in time and into the mountains of Baja California Sur by the only means to get there. On four hooves our author sees the back country of Baja California Sur as the original...

Pearling was a major industry in La Paz through the beginning of the 20th Century.
Excerpt from the chapter “The Sea of Cortés” in Miraculous Air: Journey of a Thousand Miles through Baja California,...
Couple in Infinity Pool
In Baja California and many areas of Mexico, it makes a lot sense to add a pool to your vacation or investment property...

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