WATER IS PRECIOUS

THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER CONSERVATION We are lucky to live in a very beautiful place where nature has been particularly gracious; but not everybody is fully aware of the fact that what we have might not last forever. The entire Peninsula of Baja California has several ecosystems and micro-climates, some of which might seem plentyful …

SPORT FISHING

GREAT SUMMER DAYS! We know it is getting really hot these days. We certainly feel like this might be one of those summers to remember. Nevertheless fishing has been awesome. Last weekend there was a fishing tournament; the winners were delighted to brag about their huge catch. It is that time of the year when you …

DESERT ALIVE

Nothing compares to the joy of seeing water in the desert. Baja can be hostile and somewhat cruel in years of drought, but lately we have been lucky enough to count 3 years of good rains. In Loreto the usual expectancy will be to have a few heavy rains only during summer (Jun-Sept). It is …

ANOTHER EXCURSION DAY TO SAN JAVIER

On the last weekend we took another group of tourists to one of our favorite places in Sierra de la Giganta, the majestic mountain range that lays along the northern coast of Mar de Cortez in Baja California Sur. This place is called San Javier and it is not only a tinny beautiful village to …

OUR FAREWELL TO THE BLUE WHALE

Every April we must say goodbye to all the blue whales that come all the way down from Alaska to breed in Mar de Cortez. After our numerous excursions in Loreto Bay to see these huge mammals –the biggest animals on Earth– we always feel a little bit sad when they leave, but in this season we …

SUNSET IN LAGUNA DE SAN IGNACIO

Like every whale watching season, we have been going to Laguna de San Ignacio very often. The gray whales come to this latitude of the Pacific Ocean to breed and give birth. Spring is the best time of the year to get close to them,  sometimes even kiss these great mammals. San Ignacio Lagoon is one of the …