Welcome to the June edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Greg Niemann reflects on the traditional pig roast at Hotel Serenidad; David Kier explores the Bahía Tortugas region; Martina visits with the horse whisperer of La Misión; Misty discovers some new firsts in Baja and Tom Gatch provides the summer fishing report. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
The Hotel Serenidad Pig Roast Greg Niemann Mulegé to many Baja travelers means the Hotel Serenidad, a tropical fly-in resort down near the mouth of the Santa Rosalía (or Mulegé) River. And when...Read more
The Highway To Bahía Tortugas By David Kier A look at the map of Baja California will instantly expose the large point or “hook” midway down the long peninsula. This westward-projecting point...Read more
The Horse Whisperer of La Misión By Martina Warm winds blow through the palms carrying the scent of horse and fragrant hay. A truck is piled high with heavy golden bales that will feed and bed...Read more
First Tries Abound in Baja By Misty Tosh Let me start by saying this: new beginnings thrill me…that feeling of anything is possible. That uncontrollable drive to get rid of the...
Baja Fishing Report By Tom Gatch The foggy May gray and June gloom weather that traditionally descends upon the coasts of southern California and Northern...