Cabo San Lucas offers a variety of unique opportunities for underwater exploration. Boat rides are relatively short (as little as five minutes to the closest sites), and the terrain is dramatic. Read on to learn more about snorkeling and diving in Cabo San Lucas.
Sailing and fishing are popular activities off Mexico’s azure coast, especially along the Baja California peninsula and the Pacific. Author Julie Doherty Meade tells you what you need to know to bring your boat to Mexico.
This full-color guide to Los Cabos includes vibrant photos and helpful planning maps. Mexico enthusiast Nikki Goth Itoi knows the best ways to experience Los Cabos—from hiking in the Sierra de la Laguna to visiting the amazing Pulmo Reef, the only coral reef system in the Sea of Cortez. Itoi draws on her extensive knowledge […]
Longtime Mexico resident Julie Doherty Meade has the inside track on what it takes to make the move to Mexico. In Moon Living Abroad in Mexico, she uses her firsthand knowledge to offer advice on navigating the language and culture of this warm, welcoming country, and outlines all the information you need to manage your […]
The road may be paved now and fuel much easier to come by than in the early days of peninsular travel, but Baja California remains a classic route for travelers who enjoy the thrill of a long road trip. All you need is ample time, a reliable vehicle, and an ability to cope with unpredictable situations.
For true wilderness seekers, the highest mountain range on the Baja Peninsula offers a dramatic change from the desert and coastal scenery below. Here are some can’t-miss sights and local accommodations.
The Valle de Guadalupe is an internationally recognized winemaking region that has been gaining attention from Southern California residents and the US travel press in recent years. Baja California wines are shipped all over Mexico and Western Europe, but because of US and Canadian trade policies, they weren’t exported north of the border until recent years, and are still difficult to find in Canada and the United States.
Bahía Magdalena offers activities like watching for whales in winter and surfing in summer, as well as clam-digging, campfires, bird-watching, and beachcombing.