Posts Tagged: san ignacio

Peninsula Picks: Glamping

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For those who enjoy being close to nature, but have a hard time sacrificing amenities, glamping (glamour camping) is the perfect alternative. Here are some of our favorite spots on the peninsula for enjoying the natural wonder of Baja while still indulging in a little bit of luxury.   Gypsy Canyon Location: Todos Santos, BCS Information:… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Best Baja Colonial Towns

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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 »

Gray Whale Watching in Baja

Gray Whale Watching Baja

Updated January 2022 PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID, WHALE WATCHING IN 2022 WILL DEPEND ON VARIOUS LOCAL AND STATE MANDATES, WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME. WHALE WATCHING COMPANIES ARE TAKING COVID PRECAUTIONS SO PLEASE INQUIRE WITH THE COMPANIES DIRECTLY BEFORE BOOKING AND VISITING TO LEARN OF CURRENT RESTRICTIONS AND PROTOCOL. One… Read more »

The Spanish Missions on the California Peninsula: #11, San Ignacio de Kadakaamán (1728-1840)

By David Kier www.vivabaja.com Co-author of ‘The Old Missions of Baja & Alta California, 1697-1834’    The mission of San Ignacio de Kadakaamán was founded in 1728 by Padre Juan Bautista de Luyando as the 11th Spanish mission in California. San Ignacio was the northernmost mission for the next 23 years and today is the most… Read more »