Posts Tagged: Loreto

Hiking During COVID

By Dave Kelly Over the past year and a half or so, we’ve all had to change our lives and restrict many of our favorite activities. What we soon realized is that being outdoors can be healthy, uncrowded, and fun. But as more and more of us came to this realization, hiking and biking areas… Read more »

Hiking the Ranches of Loreto

By Dave Kelly and Trudi Angell No visit to Loreto is complete without a trip to historic San Javier, it’s peaceful village, and magnificent mission. On the scenic drive from Loreto, you’ll pass several working ranches, many that welcome visitors. Visiting a local ranch is a wonderful experience. The ranches are fully operational, and the… Read more »

Flying Sportsmen Lodge – Tribute to Tenacity

  By That Baja Guy-Gary Graham   Edward Ware Tabor, a successful entrepreneur in his early 30s, sold his businesses which included Tabor Luxury Airlines in the United States in 1951, making him a very wealthy man. Legend has it that he withdrew all the cash proceeds from the sale, stuffed it into a satchel, then he… Read more »

Covid Testing in Baja

As of June 13, 2022, proof of a negative COVID test will no longer be required for any air passengers entering the U.S. For more information about COVID and current conditions in Baja, please visit our Road Conditions Page. Resources CDC COVID-19 Testing Requirement Media Statement Los Cabos Tourism COVID Testing Page Testing Facilities See… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: Best Social Distancing Adventures in Baja

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The Baja California peninsula is a great place for getting off the grid and practicing social distancing. Here are some of our favorite activities for getting out and about while staying safely physically distanced from other people.     Hiking Around Rosarito Location: Rosarito, BC Why We Love It: Many people don’t know that there… Read more »

Q&A With Author Paul Ganster

A new book, Loreto, Mexico: Challenges for a Sustainable Future by Paul Ganster, Oscar Arizpe Arizpe C., and Vinod Sasidharan features essays by leading researchers on the history, natural environment, society, tourism, economy, and related challenges that Loreto faces for sustainable development. The threat of mass tourism is heightened by the specter of enormous mining operations… Read more »

Mountain Biking in Loreto

By Dave Kelly, co-author of “Hiking Loreto” While not as well known for mountain biking as are other areas in Baja, Loreto does offer some enjoyable rides for all abilities. With mountain biking growing in popularity, expect to see a rise in the number of trails being built in the area. For now, there are… 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 »