Welcome to the January edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Greg Niemann explores some Baja cave painting history; Misty Tosh enjoys a bit of seductive Baja coastline; David Kier visits the historic La Muralla site; Tom Gatch provides the Baja fishing report and Martina pays a visit to the Tres Mujeres winery. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Baja's Colorful Cliffside Palettes By Greg Niemann They’re considered the finest examples of cave art in the Western Hemisphere. Yet the centuries-old paintings in Baja California have...Read more
The Slow Coastal Seduction of Baja By Misty Tosh The top of the year is around the time cabin fever hits and an on-the-fly trip to the glorious white sand beaches of Baja is in order. Over the...Read more
La Muralla By David Kier Baja California is so rich in historical treasure and stories that one can have a fulfilling vacation just exploring these artifacts from...Read more
Winter Fishing Report By Tom Gatch The wickedly chilly fingers of a frigid Canadian cold front helped to ring in our New Year by reaching down the Pacific coast and bringing...
Tres Mujeres By Martina Winter in the Guadalupe Valley is beautiful, even though the vines are nearly barren with only a few fall-colored leaves still clinging to the twisted...