Posts By: Discover Baja

November 2017 Baja Bulletin

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The 50th Baja 1000: Nov 14-18 A reminder that the 50th annual SCORE International Baja 1000 off-road race will take place November 14-18, 2017. The race will begin in Ensenada and end in La Paz this year. This is a busy time to be traveling in the region, so we advise that you secure hotel accommodations… Read more »

Baja Custom Tours Gray Whale Tour 2018

BAJA CUSTOM TOURS *GRAY WHALE TOUR – 2018*      8 Days / 7 Nights Co-Guide famous Baja Author Graham Mackintosh **Includes: Recently paved San Felipe and Bahia Gonzaga route, Cataviña stay, Guerrero Negro with inner and outer lagoon tours, Baja Berrendo Reserve visit, Bahia de Los Angeles with Island boat tour, Rancho Meling in the San… Read more »

Kayaking South from Bahía Concepción

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By Graham Mackintosh A year ago I set off before dawn from Bahía de Los Ángeles and paddled my somewhat overloaded sit-on-top kayak down to Mulegé and Bahía Concepción. For a month, the previous October/November, I kayaked from Gonzaga Bay to Bahía de los Ángeles. Now for Bahía Concepción south to who knows where… probably… Read more »

November 2017 Baja Fishing Report

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It’s hard to imagine that there are still bluefin tuna at the Coronados, primarily around the Rockpile below South Island. However, they are mostly an anchor-and-chum deal if they are around. Also, some surface yellowtail, barracuda and big bonito are still lurking about, all the way down the coast from the Bull Ring to Ensenada…. Read more »

October 2017 Baja Bulletin

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Earthquake Emergency Fund Binational Emergency is collecting supplies and money donations to help the victims of the earthquake in Mexico City. Donations will be accepted until January 2018. The following supply donations can be brought to the Discover Baja offices (we will deliver them to Binational): -bandages -first aid supplies -soap -toothpaste -non-perishable dry food… Read more »

Loreto’s Isla Coronado

By Dave Kelly, co-author of Hiking Loreto Isla Coronado can be seen to the north of Loreto and is located in the Bay of Loreto National Marine Park. It is the smallest of the five uninhabited islands within this beautiful National Park. It is one of the only places in Loreto where white sandy beaches… Read more »

October 2017 Baja Fishing Report

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As the fall season ramps up, Southern California trailer boaters who are planning a quick-fix fishing trip below the border at the Coronado Islands and beyond have some challenges. Although the much-needed repairs and expansion of the Shelter Island ramp are underway, FishDope.com reports that it is still closed and the MCRD ramp is also… Read more »

September 2017 Baja Bulletin

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  Tropical Storm Lidia Update On Thursday, August 31st, Tropical Storm Lidia hit Baja Sur, causing flooding and severe damage. Los Cabos was hit especially hard with damages that will take months to repair. Highway Mexico 1 was flooded and damaged in many areas so proceed with caution and expect detours and major delays. You can… Read more »