Thursday June 22 2017

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Carport down from Hurricane Odile
Ensure safety and prevent damage by being preparedHurricanes are a serious subject matter to consider, especially if you own a home or condo near the beach in Mexico. These huge violent swirling storms too often bring powerfully destructive winds, along with heavy rains and storm surges, which can lead to flooding and possibly mudslides. It makes good sense...
Shipping internationally made easy with ACV
 Importing and exporting commercial and personal goods to and from Baja California, Mexico can be rather challenging to say the least. ACV is a logistics service company with offices in San Diego, Tijuana, La Paz and Cabo San Lucas; offering services to import, export, warehouse, transport and distribute throughout all of Baja California. ACV offers a...
Experience Alaska closer than you ever imagined with AdventureSmith Explorations
AdventureSmith Explorations provides a number of ways to explore the Baja California peninsula in its season, from October to April. You can enjoy an up-close Baja experience on a small ship cruise that has no comparison in the large ship tours. Small ship tours of the Baja peninsula take you to the Pacific coast for gray whale watching and deep into the...

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The Coromuel Winds in the Bay of La Paz harken back to pirate times
Almost every evening the wind blows from the SSW during the spring and early summer in the Bay of La Paz Coromuel winds area a welcome and unique phenomenon of the La Paz area. These south-to-south...
Swimming with Sea Lions at Los Islotes, north of La Paz
One of the most popular adventures in the Sea of Cortez when visiting La Paz, Baja California Sur is a trip to the friendly sea lions of the Los Islotes colony. Locals and visitors of all ages can...
With more than 2000 miles of ocean coastline there is certainly a slice of beach for every visitor
This summer may be an excellent time to explore the Baja Peninsula. 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...
The tiger strips on the abdomen of the Aedes aegypti identifies them as the threat
Updated June 21, 2017,  There have only been a handful of cases of Zika reported on the Baja peninsula, and since the Secretary of Health's statistics do not report the source of the infections...
Zorro Canyon Waterfall
Santiago a small pueblo in Baja Sur with two great mountain areas to visit, Cañon de la Zorra (Fox Canyon) and Aguas Calientes (Hot Water (Springs) aera). Maps and directions on how to visit...
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