October 2019 Baja Bulletin


Discover Baja Has Moved Offices!

Just a reminder that we have moved offices! Our new address is 8322 Clairemont Mesa Blvd Suite 101-102, San Diego, CA 92111. We are located between Highways 805 and 163 and there is plenty of parking, even for motorhomes and towed units. We have giveaways for members who come to visit us in the new space as well as some bookshelves and wood that we’re giving away to anyone interested.


New Sea of Cortez Cruise

Starting in December there will be a new cruise offered by Cruise and Maritime Voyages that will depart from Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point) and explore the Sea of Cortez. The 11-night cruise will stop at Topolobampo, Mazatlán, Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Loreto, Santa Rosalia and Guaymas with excursions such as whale watching and other outings that showcase the nature, wildlife, and heritage of the Sea of Cortez. Professors and regional experts will give lectures so that passengers can learn about the history and culture of the area.


The Journeys of Harry Crosby Completes Production

At 92 years old, Harry W. Crosby is a local hero and a Baja explorer and author who helped introduce much of the culture, history, and magic of the Baja California Peninsula to audiences north of the border. Cinewest Productions is collaborating with the San Diego History Center to raise  funds to complete The Journeys of Harry Crosby, a one hour documentary that will bring to life the work of this pioneering photographer, explorer and historian to international audiences through Public Television, museums, and online distribution. Learn more.


Discounted CBX Tickets to Baja Destinations

Cross Border Xpress is currently offering a 20% discount on roundtrip CBX tickets for any passengers heading to Loreto, San José del Cabo, or La Paz. Offer valid until October 31 for tickets purchased at the CBX San Diego ticket counter (discount not valid for tickets purchased online).




Conservation Passport

Discover Baja Now Processing Annual Conservation Passports for Biospheres

The Mexican Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP) governs the protected biospheres of Mexico and requires visitors who are in these areas for any recreational activities (such as fishing the Coronado Islands) to purchase either a Biosphere Bracelet that is good for one day’s use, or an annual Conservation Passport, valid for one year. Discover Baja can now process the annual Conservation Passports for DBTC members. Learn more.






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