Monthly Archives: July 2020

August 2020 Baja Bulletin

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  COVID-19 Updates for Baja California -The U.S.-Mexico temporary land border closure was extended and the land borders will remain closed to non-essential travel at least until August 20, 2020. U.S. Citizens and Canadian Citizens have been allowed to cross back north into the U.S. -Mexico has instated a national “stoplight” system allowing certain regions… Read more »

Tips for Eating Healthy on the Road in Baja

By Jesse Atkinson, Owner of Ensenada Massage and Ensenada Excursions Your body needs great nutrition to enjoy your Baja travel, and getting access to specific healthy foods in Baja is sometimes challenging. While recovering from cancer, I rebuilt a lifestyle around healthy food in Baja. Here are a few that may help you find your… Read more »

Culinary Corner August 2020

  2020 Valle de Guadalupe Vendimia Cancelled Provino, the Baja California wine association, has announced that the 2020 Valle de Guadalupe Fiestas de la Vendimia will be cancelled for 2020. This would have been the 30th year for the Fiestas de la Vendimia. Provino normally hosts the festivals larger events such as Muestra del Vino… Read more »

August 2020 Baja Fishing Report

The restrictions on non-essential travel at the U.S. land borders between Canada and Mexico were once again extended until Aug. 21, 2020. However, the restrictions do not apply to travel by air, water, or rail. That said, visitors crossing at Mexicali and San Ysidro in some cases have reported that they have been asked for… Read more »

Agua de Jamaica Recipe

  Jamaica (pronounced ha-mai-ka) is a very typical agua fresca in Mexico that is made from dried hibiscus flowers. Agua fresca literally translates to “fresh water” in English and is a refreshing drink made by essentially infusing flavor into water or by blending water and a fruit. The three most popular aguas frescas found in… Read more »

Wine Tasting in the Time of COVID

With the reopening of some of the wineries and restaurants in Valle de Guadalupe, many people are itching to get back to Baja’s beautiful wine country after three months of staying away. Although the state of Baja California is currently restricting non-essential activity, wineries and restaurants have been permitted to reopen to the public at… Read more »