Bahía de Los Ángeles Wears Many Hats

Posted June 12, 2018 by & filed under Activities, Destinations, Sea of Cortez, Whale Watching.

Boojum Tree

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 »

5 Places You Must Visit in San Carlos, Mexico

Posted September 8, 2015 by & filed under Beaches, Destinations, San Carlos-Guaymas, Sea of Cortez, Whale Watching.

San Carlos is a large subdivision of the city of Guaymas in the state of Sonora, Mexico. It is located nearly 14 miles from the Guaymas city center, and sits on the Gulf of California. Small and independent, with just 7,000 residents, San Carlos has long been a favorite among American tourists, thanks to the… Read more »

Mexico Recreational Vehicle Caravans

Posted June 25, 2014 by & filed under Camping, Copper Canyon, RV, Safety, Vacation, Whale Watching.

Traveling by RV in Mexico Mexico is a land with diverse beauty, many rich flavors, considerable archeological significance and countless incredible vacation opportunities. Choosing to travel by RV is an excellent way to bring along many of the comforts of home, such as having your own kitchen, living room, bath and bed, while enjoying the… Read more »

Snorkel with whale sharks off Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula

Posted September 3, 2013 by & filed under Activities, Cancun, Whale Watching.

whale shark Mexico

Whale sharks–the world’s largest fish–offer guaranteed sightings in only a few places on earth; and one is off the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. From June through September numbers of these massive beasts head to Mexico’s northeastern tip to feed and mate, offering opportunities for whale watching and even swimming with the whales. According to Lonely… Read more »