Posts Tagged: bahia de los angeles

Springtime In Bahía de los Ángeles

By Graham Mackintosh Exactly 43-years ago, on a visit from England, I hitched the length of the Baja peninsula and fell totally under its spell. When I arrived in Bahía de los Ángeles and gazed out at the beautiful bay with its many islands I was blown away with its beauty. My feelings haven’t changed… Read more »

10 Fall Baja Destinations to Discover

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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 »

Paddle to Isla Coronado

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By Graham Mackintosh The cone-shape volcano at the north end of Smith Island, or Isla Coronado, is a familiar sight for visitors to Bahía de los Ángeles. I’d been around the five mile-long island several times by boat enjoying multiple finback whale encounters, but I’d never set foot on the island. I planned to put… Read more »

Excerpts from “Journal: Motorcycle Trip – Baja Peninsula”

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Part 1: San Ysidro > Bahía de los Ángeles   By Rick Albertson October 1: San Ysidro > Eréndira Crossed border, cleared customs by 9:00am. Beautiful ride to Ensenada. Stopped in tourist area for a wonderful breakfast: omelet, beans, potatoes, tortilla, milkshake. Thirty minute ride through dusty, smoggy traffic to clear town. Pretty ride through… Read more »

Pesca la Baja 2018: Bahía de los Ángeles

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The Bahía de los Ángeles Pesca la Baja event will take place on September 28-29, 2018. This is the final event in the Pesca la Baja fishing tournament which will take place in various locations in Baja California (norte) throughout the summer. Other 2018 Pesca La Baja events: San Felipe: June 22-23 San Quintín: July 20-21… Read more »

Kayaking South from Bahía Concepción

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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 »