Monthly Archives: September 2015

Santa Rosalía and Las Casitas

Santa Rosalia Baja

While the mining town of Santa Rosalía doesn’t always make the must-see list for many Baja travelers, the town has a distinct flavor unlike any other place in Baja. An old mining town built up by the French company El Boleo in the 1800s, most of the buildings in town are in the French style… Read more »

Rancho Pescadero, El Pescadero

Rancho Pescadero

By Jennifer Kramer It only takes a few seconds on the property at Rancho Pescadero to get a feel for the unique vibe of the hotel. This is not your typical Baja motel nor is it a glamorous Cabo resort. This is chicly understated luxury with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The resort is about six years… Read more »

Rock Art Sites of Baja California

Las Pintas Rock Art Baja Caifornia

By David Kier Rock art sites are some of Baja California’s most interesting attractions. They are found throughout the peninsula and the art takes on many forms and styles from place to place. The native people recorded their culture by depicting animals, food, battles, weather and more. Probably more is unknown than known as to… Read more »

September Baja Fishing Report

Discover Baja Fishing Report

The last event before the Pesca La Baja finale (which will be held in Ensenada on September 18 and 19) took place August 21 and 22 at San Quintin. It attracted 170 local and visiting anglers who gathered at the starting line in front of Old Mill (Molino Viejo). By the end of the second… Read more »

The Best Free Apps for Traveling in Baja

Baja travel apps

We’ve put together some of the best free apps for traveling in Baja. Whether you’re planning your route, wondering what the gas prices are going to be, looking for a great place to stay or trying to figure out how many pesos you’re getting for your dollar, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of our favorite, useful… Read more »