Monthly Archives: October 2018

October 2018 Baja Bulletin

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Hurricane Rosa and Hurricane Sergio Hurricane Rosa hit the northern state of Baja California last week, bringing heavy rains, flooding, and road damage. Highway Mexico 5 is currently impassable due to road collapses and washouts from Puertecitos to Gonzaga Bay. Gonzaga Bay is still accessible by going around and taking Highway 5 from Highway 1… Read more »

A reassuring conversation about adventuring in Baja

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By Carla King This month I thought I’d share a Facebook Messenger conversation with a Facebook follower who was spooked about traveling in Baja by friends who insist there are gangsters waiting for them around every corner. It makes me happy to be able to reassure! [Conversation spell-corrected and anonymized as well as providing links to… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: Glamping

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For those who enjoy being close to nature, but have a hard time sacrificing amenities, glamping (glamour camping) is the perfect alternative. Here are some of our favorite spots on the peninsula for enjoying the natural wonder of Baja while still indulging in a little bit of luxury.   Gypsy Canyon Location: Todos Santos, BCS Information:… Read more »

October 2018 Baja Fishing Report

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  Heads Up: The chart above is from the Presidential Decree and the entire lime green area is the protected area (not just the area in the red box). The Pacific Island Biosphere is considered a protected area and CONANP bracelets are now required to fish within that area, which includes the Coronado Islands, Todos Santos,… Read more »