Monthly Archives: February 2019

Excerpts from “Journal: Motorcycle Trip – Baja Peninsula”

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Part 1: San Ysidro > Bahía de los Ángeles   By Rick Albertson October 1: San Ysidro > Eréndira Crossed border, cleared customs by 9:00am. Beautiful ride to Ensenada. Stopped in tourist area for a wonderful breakfast: omelet, beans, potatoes, tortilla, milkshake. Thirty minute ride through dusty, smoggy traffic to clear town. Pretty ride through… Read more »

February 2019 Baja Bulletin

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  Discover Baja has Mexican Fishing Licenses in Stock We have yearly, monthly, weekly, or daily Mexican fishing licenses available (for members and non-members). If you are unable to come into the office or have your fishing license mailed to you, we can scan and email you the license. For pricing and more information, please… Read more »

Trip Report: Bahía Concepción to La Purísima and San Juanico

By Carla King From Mulegé to Scorpion Bay I strapped my paddleboard to the roof rack and threw some basic camping gear into the Tacoma to explore the off-pavement route west to San Juanico, also called Scorpion Bay. It’s a protected, south-facing bay famous with surfers for its regular point breaks but I looked forward… Read more »

Weekend Baja Road Trips to Take This Winter

When the winter blues hit, there’s no better cure than heading down to Baja for a weekend escape. Wine country, Sea of Cortez beaches, hot springs, and gray whales await! Here are some of our favorite short road trips to help inspire your next venture south of the border.   Valle de Guadalupe Why go:… Read more »

Kayaking Loreto to La Paz, Part II

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Part 2: Santa Marta to La Paz By Graham Mackintosh Seen from the perspective of a kayak, the coast between Agua Verde and La Paz is often beautiful and colorful with numerous high cliffs and challenging headlands. Sharing one protected headland—San Telmo—with the sailboat Schatzi, I made radio contact and was glad to make the… Read more »