Welcome to the October edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, David Kier recounts a historic drive down the peninsula; Martina shares the history of Fox Studios in Rosarito; Greg Niemann tells the story of an amazing Baja mission road trip; Tom Gatch provides the fall fishing report and we check out the Lechuza Vineyard in the Guadalupe Valley. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Driving to Cabo in 1966 By David Kier Since December 1, 1973, motorists have had a paved highway running the length of the Baja California peninsula, officially called Mexico...Read more
Historic Fox Studio By Martina Drive into history when Hollywood screen stars walked the streets of Rosarito and worked near a thriving fishing village south of the city. An earlier...Read more
Unexplored Baja Lures Adventurers By Greg Niemann As a schoolboy in the 1920’s, Marquis McDonald was intrigued by explorers and dreamt of possible adventures. While still a young man, he...Read more
Baja Fishing Report By Tom Gatch For some reason, it seems like we tend to get some of our best weather during the months of fall, long after the tourists have returned home...
Highway 3 to Tecate winds gracefully through the foothills dropping into the Baja California wine country. The Guadalupe Valley opens up....