Discover Baja is pleased to offer the following services for boating and fishing in Baja:
Every boat over 4.5 meters (14.7 feet) that will be going down to Baja needs to have a temporary boat import permit (TIP). The permit is good for multiple entry for 10 years. Learn more.
If you are launching your boat from a marina in Baja or you are storing your boat in Baja, you must have on-the-water liability for your boat. Discover Baja provides boat liability through CHUBB. Learn more.
Mexican law requires that all people on a boat that has any fishing tackle aboard have a current Mexican fishing license. Fishing licenses are sold by the day, week, month or year. Learn more.
If you are traveling by boat in Mexico north of Ensenada, you are required by law to have a single-use nautical FMM tourist permit every time you enter Mexican waters. Learn more.
There are 182 protected biospheres in Mexico that require visitors in these areas for any recreational activities 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 process the annual conservation passports. Learn more.
Our monthly Baja Fishing Report is written by fishing expert Gary Graham, “That Baja Guy,” and covers what’s biting all throughout the peninsula. Learn more.