DBTC Staff Picks: Gift Guide

The DBTC gift guide is here and we have everything you need for all of the Baja lovers in your life including Baja books, calendars, guides, maps, t-shirts, and more! Here are some of the favorite items that the DBTC staffers are hoping to find under their trees this year.



Staff Member: Carol

Gift Guide Pick: Moon Guide to Tijuana, Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe Wine Country by Jennifer Kramer

Why She Loves It: “The first edition of this guidebook is well written with up-to-date information on what to do, what to see, and where to stay and eat in Northern Baja as well as information on all of the wineries in the Valley. Looking at the beautiful color food photos makes my mouth water. I want to head south—NOW!!”



Staff Member: Monica

Gift Guide Pick: Baja California Peninsula 101: 101 Ways to Explore Baja By Reyna Jaime Félix, Monica Parussolo, Giovanni Simeone

Why She Loves It: “This is a great book for any Baja explorer as it’s full of hidden gems that will enhance your love of the peninsula. It has everything from the best places to eat to exciting back-road adventures.”




Staff Member: Layla

Gift Guide Pick: The Edge of the Sea of Cortez by By Betty Hupp and Marilyn Malone

Why She Loves It: “This guide is very informative on all sea life and is a great pick for yourself or as a gift. It’s full of beautiful and vibrant pictures that will make you want to go snorkeling or tide pool exploring.”



Staff Member: Maythé

Gift Guide Pick: McMahan Baja Wall Map

Why She Loves It: “This colorful wall map poster is the ideal size to decorate any Baja lover’s office or home. It’s the perfect gift for friends, family, or yourself.”

(please call the DBTC office at 800-727-2252 to purchase)



Staff Member: Jen

Gift Guide Pick: Tijuana 1964 By Harry Crosby, Paul Ganster, David Piñera Ramírez, and Antonio Padilla Corona

Why She Loves It: “We have rare first-edition copies of this beautiful book that captures the vibrancy and history of one of my favorite cities, Tijuana. The book features photographs that were taken in 1964 by the legendary Harry Crosby and are accompanied by essays written by historians from both sides of the border that set context for the images.”





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