Monthly Archives: July 2018

July 2018 Baja Bulletin

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  Be Prepared for Hurricane Season Hurricane season runs from May 15-November 30 in the Pacific. Read our Hurricane Preparedness Guide with resources to help you be prepared for hurricane season in Baja Sur.   Peso Exchange Rate You’ll find that establishments in Baja are allowed to set their own dollar to peso exchange rate… Read more »

Here We Go Again

By Gary Graham My first venture into Baja was Easter week 1969, when I traveled with my very excited nine year-old son Greg to Loreto. What an adventure it was for the two of us.  With many moving parts, I had planned the trip with attention to detail. Although we were scheduled to depart from Tijuana on a DC-3 that Ed Tabor, founder… Read more »

Adventures in Medical Tourism

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By Carla King Most of my friends who’ve had medical care in Baja didn’t cross the border specifically for medical tourism. For example, last year, when an off-road motorcycling friend broke his leg in several places, he ended up in Hospital Almater in Mexicali, which specializes in orthopedics and is popular with US citizens for medical… Read more »

July 2018 Baja Fishing Report

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Based only on reports from the San Diego sportfishing fleet that have concentrated above-the-border searching for the bluefin tuna schools, it would be easy to despair. However, considering the latest spotter plane info, there is still plenty to fish for all the way down the Baja Coast on the Pacific side. At the Coronado Islands… Read more »