Posts Categorized: surfing

Scorpion Bay

San Juanico, also known as Scorpion Bay, is a quiet paradise along the Baja peninsula with endless possibilities for travelers. Many come to experience the perfect point-break waves, while others thrive in the peace and tranquility of Mexico. This remote village offers something for everyone in the family to enjoy, with diverse fishing, surfing, horseback… Read more »

Mike Doyle Paddle Out and Memorial Service

Photos courtesy of Doyle Surfboards.

By Adam Peck The surf community lost a legend on Tuesday, April 30th, Mike Doyle. Mike died peacefully in his bed in the morning with his wife Annie at his side. Mike had been battling ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. He was 78. The paddle out and Celebration of Life were held on June 3… Read more »

Exploring San Juanico Scorpion Bay

San Juanico camping

By Carla King In my last post, you’ll find the trip report from Mulegé to San Juanico (Scorpion Bay) the hard way and the easy way. San Juanico is a fishing village on a protected, south-facing bay on the Pacific side of Baja Sur. It’s said that surfers in the 1970s attempted to hide its… Read more »

Scorpion Bay Surf Package

scorpion bay hotel deal

Ready to get away and hit the waves? Look no further than the surf package that takes the stress and planning out of your hands and does the work for you. With the new Scorpion Bay Hotel 5-day, 4-night package, you can surf your socks off and focus on the best part of your vacation… Read more »

Q&A with filmmakers of Baja surf documentary “La Maestra”

While we’re generally biased toward anything related to Baja, when you throw in surfing, supporting the local culture and empowering women, we just can’t resist. So it’s no surprise that we were immediately drawn to the making of, and fundraising efforts for, Baja surf documentary “La Maestra (The Teacher).” “La Maestra” profiles a young Mexican… Read more »