Welcome to the April edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! We hope that this email finds you well given the challenging times we are currently facing. Since border crossing has been restricted to just essential travel, we decided to dig through our Bulletin archives and bring back a few stories that were "fan favorites" when they were first published. We hope that you remain safe and can take some time to enjoy the stories! ¡Viva Baja!
Walking the Baja Peninsula By Martina Mike Younghusband walks his talk. He has walked the length of the Baja California peninsula with a burro named Don-Kay and a rescue dog named...Read more
Painted Cave of El Carmen By David Kier Located in the very center of the peninsula is a beautiful painted cave that is a great reward for the short, but steep hike. This is perhaps the...Read more
A Baja Peak Experience By Graham Mackintosh Northern Baja’s Sierra de San Pedro Mártir has long been a favorite summer destination of mine. Midday temperatures are usually in the 70s...Read more
John Steinbeck's Baja Adventures By Greg Niemann John Steinbeck, California’s most prominent gift to the world of literature, was yet another American attracted to the wilds of Baja California...
Baja Surf Safari - 1971 By Georgia Tanner Forty-three years ago there were no internet surf reports and roads in nearly all of Baja California were dirt tracks. Craving wildness and waves...