Welcome to the January 2022 edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, Martina catches up with Graham Macintosh about his recent bear tribe adventures; Greg Niemann explores the roots of Guerrero Negro; Tom Gatch provides the winter fishing report; David Kier explores the history of Valladares and we check out the Escapar a la Baja vanlife meetup in La Paz. We still have discounted copies of the Baja Atlas available as well. ¡Viva Baja!
Graham's Bear Tribe Adventures
Graham Mackintosh is a gifted storyteller. He has enthralled his readers with the freedom and beauty found in Baja California for nearly four...Read more
By Greg Niemann
There was no warrior there, even though the translation of Guerrero Negro means “Black Warrior.” The name “Guerrero Negro,” the largest town...Read more
Baja Fishing Report
By Tom Gatch
Shortly after the Winter Solstice in late December, the West Coast was slapped by an onslaught of unseasonably frigid Arctic air, which dropped coastal...Read more
Valladares By David Kier Located in the foothills of the Sierra San Pedro Mártir, Baja’s highest mountain range, is a place called Valladares. Today, it is a ranch about thirty-five...
Escapar a la Baja
Escapar a la Baja, Tres is the the third running of the annual, free, all-ages, pet friendly, overlanding & vanlife gathering on Playa el Tecolote...