Posts Tagged: bahia concepcion

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 »

10 Fall Baja Destinations to Discover

loreto plaza baja

Now that temperatures are starting to cool off, the peninsula comes alive with plenty to explore and discover. From border to tip, Baja is full of natural wonders, cultural sights, culinary delights, and outdoor activities. Here are some of our favorite picks for trips this season.   Tecate Why We Love It: This sleepy border… Read more »

Kayaking South from Bahía Concepción

graham mackintosh baja kayaking

By Graham Mackintosh A year ago I set off before dawn from Bahía de Los Ángeles and paddled my somewhat overloaded sit-on-top kayak down to Mulegé and Bahía Concepción. For a month, the previous October/November, I kayaked from Gonzaga Bay to Bahía de los Ángeles. Now for Bahía Concepción south to who knows where… probably… 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 »