Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Renaissance of El Triunfo

El Triunfo Street Baja

By Jennifer Kramer There’s a change afoot in the small colonial town of El Triunfo in Baja Sur. The mining ghost town that time once seemed to have forgotten is now abuzz with hundreds of tourists each weekend. The old colonial buildings are being restored, chic cafes and restaurants are busy with visitors, and new… Read more »

How it is to Motorcycle Baja: Voices of Experience

Baja Motorcycle Riding

This month my motorcycling friends contribute to this column, providing perspective, advice, and favorite rides from their recent forays into “The Baja.” I also suffered through a week of Semana Santa, Mexico’s busiest holiday, a must-miss for road-trippers. And a little spill in a town called Jesus Maria. Oops! Got a Baja riding story? Email… Read more »

April Baja Fishing Report

Baja Fishing Report

Welcome to flippin’ April. Normally, this is the month that everyone looks to Baja Sur for a “fish fix” after a dismal winter in the north. However, this year sea temps along the West Coast of the Baja Peninsula have remained in the low 60s. Retired Marine Biologist Steve Crooke commented recently on the large… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Budget-Friendly Baja Hotels

hotel terra sal guerrero negro baja

There’s nothing we love more than a good Baja bargain. We’ve put together some of our favorite budget accommodations on the peninsula where you’ll get the value you deserve without breaking the bank (all of our picks are under US$40/night for double occupancy). Read more about some our favorite picks below and why we think… Read more »