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Magdalena Bay Offers More Adventures than its Famous Grey Whale Watching Tours

Magdalena Bay Offers More Adventures than its Famous Grey Whale Watching Tours

Everyone typically comes to Puerto Adolfo Lopez Mateos on the Pacific Coast of Baja California Sur in winter to witness the grey whale migration in Magdalena Bay. The short season, only 3 months from January to the end of March, is when the port is packed with tourists bordering boats to head out into Magdalena […]

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The Lure of Loreto Mexico- Staying Adventurous Ep 53

The Lure of Loreto Mexico- Staying Adventurous Ep 53

Dusting off the passport and traveling can bring a smile to your face, returning to Mexico certainly put a big smile on my face. I’ve been to Baja California Sur before with trips to its famous resort area of Cabo and my recent adventures in La Paz, but the lure of Loreto remained. And now […]

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La Mision – The Sunrise Mission in Loreto, Mexico

La Mision – The Sunrise Mission in Loreto, Mexico

Loreto, located on the east coast of the Baja Peninsula overlooks the Sea of Cortez. Each morning the sun provides the wake-up call the local fisherman to head out to sea and for the tourists looking to start another day of adventure in this tranquil coastal desert paradise. It is one of the many Lures […]

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Where to Stay in Loreto, Mexico?

Where to Stay in Loreto, Mexico?

Searching online for where to stay in Loreto will provide results noticeable absent of major hotel brand names. No, a Mexican Travel holiday to this part of Baja California Sur will not be the place to use your hotel rewards points. The places to stay in Loreto offers a different type of holiday and that […]

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The Mystery of Monte Albán; Zapotec Ruins in Oaxaca, Mexico

The Mystery of Monte Albán; Zapotec Ruins in Oaxaca, Mexico

Located in the Valley of Oaxaca and just a few kilometers from Oaxaca City lies one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Mexico. Monte Alban founded around 500 BC is one of the earliest sites in Mesoamerica. The location continued to grow in importance and influence for hundreds of years and is believed to […]

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Sunset Magic in Valle de Bravo

Sunset Magic in Valle de Bravo

Less than two hours on modern highways from the hustle and bustle of Mexico City visitors (and locals) can drive to a Pueblo Magico Valle de Bravo located in the neighboring state of Mexico. A fellow magic town like Malinalco, this magic town is known for its colonial architecture and cobblestone streets, its Lake Avándaro, […]

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Magic on the Malecon, Sunset Sunday from La Paz, Mexico

All visitors to La Paz, the capital city of Baja California Sur, take a seaside stroll along the malecon at some point. A morning jog? An afternoon cerveza crawl? For lunch or dinner? Or perhaps to head to the pier to board for an excursions to visit sea lions, whales sharks or Isla Espiritu Santo? […]

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Your La Paz Mexico Holiday Needs These 7 Adventures

Your La Paz Mexico Holiday Needs These 7 Adventures

La Paz appeared near the top of my list to visit in Mexico for years. My past Mexico travel and adventures often brought me close too. I almost took the ferry ride from Mazatlán and even debated the desert drive from Todo Santos once, but I never made it to the capital of Baja California […]

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