Welcome to the September edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Jay Gittens explores Cabo Pulmo; Misty becomes an off-season local; David Kier tells the story of Mission Santa Catalina; Tom Gatch provides the Baja fishing report and Greg Niemann shares the history of two Baja leaders. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Cabo Pulmo National Park By Jay Gittens My girlfriend and I pack the car, excited by the reports of clear blue waters down at Cabo Pulmo. The naturally occurring green waters that affect visibility...Read more
Off-Season Baja Local By Misty Tosh Deep in the heart of off season in Baja, I had a very important decision to make. I wanted to spend a big chunk of time in a small Mexican town...Read more
Mission Santa Catalina By David Kier Padre Juan Crisóstomo Gómez was serving as the Dominican President from 1790 to 1793. He had recently completed the construction of the great...Read more
Baja Fishing Report By Tom Gatch Now that the Labor Day weekend has come and gone, we can take stock of some of the fantastic offshore action that has been taking place along...
A Tale of Two Leaders By Greg Niemann Before Mexican statehood came to Baja California (Norte) in 1952, there were a series of territorial leaders and governors to rule over the...