Category: Activities

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Discover Loreto in Baja

February 26, 2019 by

Parque Nacional Bahia de Loreto If you're looking for a palm-fringed paradise full of history and adventure, welcome to Loreto. This miniature Mexican town offers a more intimate, laid back, and intriguing experience than larger destinations. Sandwiched between the rugged Sierra de la Giganta mountain range and the Sea of Cortez, you'll find some of the country's most amazing wildlife... Read More »

How to Plan a Trip to Mexico with Kids

June 25, 2018 by

How to Plan a Trip... You're determined to show your kids their best vacation yet. Mexico is the perfect destination, but you're clueless about everything from ideal travel dates to kid-friendly activities. Don't fret; the following suggestions will make it easy to plan a dream getaway with your family. When to Travel Travel timing will largely depend on the age... Read More »

Bahía de Los Ángeles Wears Many Hats

June 13, 2018 by

Bahía de Los Ángeles Wears... Off the top of your head, try to think of a hidden little gem of a vacation spot that isn't in a faraway land, run over by hoards of travelers, is easy on the budget, and ideal for water sports, avid fishermen, hikers, naturalists, and beachcombers alike. While the list you think of will be... Read More »

Where is the Best Fishing in Mexico?

June 7, 2018 by

Where is the Best Fishing... It's summertime and one of the things that vacationers like to do this time of year is go fishing. Mexico is a country rich in opportunity for adventure and tourism, and one of those adventures is fishing. Bordered on multiple sides by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as the Sea of Cortez, Mexico... Read More »

Spring Fever Means Spring Break in Mexico

March 1, 2018 by

Group of Friends on Beach In most US schools, spring break takes place in March this year. Most Arizona colleges get the first week of March off and many California colleges get the third week off, but Spring Break is still going on the rest of the month. If you've got Spring Fever, then Mexico is just what the doctor... Read More »

Camping in Mexico for Beginners

February 27, 2018 by

Camping in Mexico for Beginners... Doesn't it sound great to go camping under the stars in Mexico? Maybe you just want to save money on lodging or maybe you've always dreamed of pitching a tent on a white sandy beach. Whether you're trying to meet your budget or just an adventurous traveler, camping out in Mexico is a must and... Read More »

The Ancient El Vallecito Cave Paintings, Baja

February 13, 2018 by

The Ancient El Vallecito Cave... Imagine being able to glimpse into the past and get an exclusive first-person view of life and culture from 3,000 years ago. If you enjoy connecting with nature, culture and being a part of history, then perhaps you should venture into Tecate's El Vallecito caves. The cave paintings of the El Vallecito area are a... Read More »