If you’re looking for a faster way to get across the border, one option is to get a pass to use the Fast Pass Lane in San Ysidro. The Fast Pass (also called the Fast Lane or Fast Track) is a special lane for tourists crossing at the San Ysidro border crossing who have received… Read more »
Monthly Archives: January 2014
The official holiday season has ended but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. Here at Discover Baja we look for excuses to celebrate all year long. Below are some of our favorite times throughout the year we look forward to spending in Baja.
By David Kier www.vivabaja.com Co-author of ‘The Old Missions of Baja & Alta California, 1697-1834’ Collecting books on Baja California has been a lifelong hobby. Somehow, it seemed natural to learn about the history of ‘Old California’ (Baja California). Seeing the historic sites inspired me to learn more and write about them, hopefully to increase… Read more »
***For more Baja driving directions, please see www.discoverbaja.com/go/driving-directions*** We know that trying to find your way to the San Ysidro border in Tijuana to return to the U.S. is challenging for even the most experienced Baja veterans. We’ve put together directions that show you step-by-step how to reach the border via the newly reopened Via Internacional…. Read more »
***WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT DISCOVER BAJA IS NOW PROCESSING BOAT TEMPORARY IMPORTATION PERMITS (TIPs). SEE HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION*** Be aware that the temporary boat importation laws have changed for Baja and now every boat over 4.5 meters (15 feet) that will be going down to Baja needs to have a temporary boat… Read more »
The following is the procedure to follow to obtain a South Dakota Title and License Plate. By doing this procedure you no longer need to pay California state registration or have your vehicle smogged every two years. -Visit this web site dor.sd.gov -Print out and complete form Application for Motor Vehicle Title & Registration (Form… Read more »
By January, Christmas is long gone in the U.S., but in Mexico, Christmas isn’t over until January 6th on Día de los Reyes, or Three Kings Day. While most parts of Baja celebrate gift giving on Christmas day, mainland Mexico has remained more traditional and Dia de Reyes is the day of Christmas gift giving…. Read more »