Monthly Archives: October 2014

Scorpion Bay Surf Package

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Ready to get away and hit the waves? Look no further than the surf package that takes the stress and planning out of your hands and does the work for you. With the new Scorpion Bay Hotel 5-day, 4-night package, you can surf your socks off and focus on the best part of your vacation… Read more »

Hunting in the Mexicali Valley

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The Mexicali valley, one hour south of the U.S. border at Calexico, provides excellent opportunities for bird hunting.  Dove, quail, pheasant and duck hunters travel here year after year to enjoy the sport.  Guns and even ammunition are highly illegal in Mexico, UNLESS you obtain the proper permits.  Local outfitters help American hunters with gun… Read more »

Hurricane Odile Effects in Scorpion Bay

By Scorpion Bay Hotel On Sunday, September 14th, 2014, Hurricane Odile made history by being the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.  As a Category 3 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 125 mph, Odile slammed into Cabo San Lucas and all of Baja Sur causing widespread power outages, wind damage… Read more »

Q&A with filmmakers of Baja surf documentary “La Maestra”

While we’re generally biased toward anything related to Baja, when you throw in surfing, supporting the local culture and empowering women, we just can’t resist. So it’s no surprise that we were immediately drawn to the making of, and fundraising efforts for, Baja surf documentary “La Maestra (The Teacher).” “La Maestra” profiles a young Mexican… Read more »

Ask a Local: Rosarito

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NAME: Jen Kramer   TOWN: Rosarito  HOW LONG: One and a half years  OCCUPATION: Marketing Director for Discover Baja  BIO: As the daughter of Hugh and Carol, I grew up traveling to Baja from the time I was an infant. Most of my favorite childhood memories are from traveling around Baja in our VW camper with… Read more »