WATER: AN ESSENTIAL RESOURCE

THE IMPORTANCE OF CONSERVING WATER We are fortunate to live in a beautiful place, where nature has been particularly kind; But not all of us are aware of the fact that what we have may not last forever. Throughout the Baja California peninsula, we find several ecosystems and diverse micro-climates, some of ...

SPORTS FISHING DAYS

GREAT SUMMER DAYS! We know that the heat on these dates is very intense. There are even those who believe that this could be one of the worst summers in decades. However, the fishing has been sensational. Last week there was a sport fishing tournament, the winners were happy to show off who had ...

LIVE DESERT

Difficult to compare the joy that comes from seeing water in the desert. The Baja California Baja peninsula can be hostile and to a certain extent cruel territory in years of drought. Fortunately, in recent years we have had a good amount of rain. For Loreto, the normal expectation of the rainy season is ...

ANOTHER DAY OF EXCURSION TO SAN JAVIER

Last weekend we took another group of visitors to one of our favorite places in the Sierra de la Giganta, the majestic mountain range that frames Loreto and rises winding along the Sea of ​​Cortez in Baja California Sur. This magical place we go to is the town of San Javier, which is not ...

OUR FAREWELL TO THE BLUE WHALE

Every April we have to say goodbye to our beloved blue whales, which come from Alaska to breed and feed in the Sea of ​​Cortez. After our many excursions each year in the Bay of Loreto, to see these mammals -the largest animal in the world-, we cannot help but feel sad when they leave. ...

SUNSET IN SAN IGNACIO LAGOON

Like every whale season, we have been going to the Laguna de San Ignacio quite often. With the same amazement as every year we contemplate the reproduction cycle of the gray whale, a cetacean that annually goes to the protected margins of the peninsular coast on the Pacific coast, to mate or have ...