Posts Categorized: Mulegé

The Puppies of Posada, Part II

By Al Strano   A Puppy’s Point of View My name is Sugar. I’m a three-month-old, mixed-breed, brown sugar colored, female puppy. I was born in Mulegé, Baja California Sur, Mexico. I was deaf and blind at birth, but I could feel my mother caring for me by licking my body when I was still… Read more »

The Puppies of Posada

By Al Strano  Posada Concepcio?n is a small beachside community of North Americans seeking the warmth of Baja Mexico’s winters, a.k.a. “snowbirds.” There are a large number of pet owners in the park and surrounding beaches as well as the larger Mexican village of Mulege?. To support the number of dogs and cats P.A.W. has… Read more »

A Mexican Love Story: Don Johnson

By John M. Derby Don Johnson came to Baja, Mexico as a young man and he fell in love with the country. He decided to build a hotel and airfield to attract American pilots who loved to fish in the best fishing grounds in the world. His hotel called Serenidad, provided a landing field for… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Best Cave Paintings in Baja


Some of Baja’s most impressive attractions are the numerous cave painting sites scattered throughout the peninsula. These ancient creations are a unique window into the native peoples and cultures that occupied the peninsula thousands of years ago, and an awe-inspiring look at some of the first art in the Americas. Historians, anthropologists, art enthusiasts, and Baja… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Best Baja Colonial Towns

el triunfo baja

With beautiful architecture, a rich history, and plenty of Mexican charm, Baja’s colonial towns are a draw for many tourists traveling the peninsula. We bring you some of our favorites and our tips for how to best experience them. San Ignacio Why We Love It: The town of San Ignacio functions as the gateway to the… Read more »

Where to Stop in Bahía Concepción

Playas Escondido and Cocos - photo by Carla King

By Carla King | Updated 11/11/2018 Bahía Concepción (Conception Bay) is a bay within a bay on the Sea of Cortez about halfway down the peninsula. Many travelers plan a grand tour of Baja but get kind of stuck here—and not in a bad way! La Paz, Cabo, and Todos Santos can wait for mañana. I agree! This… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 of the Best Baja Missions

Loreto mission

The Spanish Jesuits, Franciscans, and Dominicans established 27 missions on the Baja California peninsula during their time colonizing the “New World.” Many of the Baja missions have been reduced to not much more than piles of rubble or a few adobe remains, but there are a few that have remained intact over the centuries. Here are… Read more »

Hotel Serenidad and Baja Legend Don Johnson

Hotel Serenidad Baja

By Dan & Lisa Goy Baja Amigos RV Caravan Tours A regular stop for us on tour always includes the Hotel Serenidad, located just south of Mulegé, the gateway to the beautiful Bahia Concepcion.  The hotel has seven RV spaces that include power, water, showers and dump stations at each site. The sites are practical,… Read more »