What It’s Like to Travel To Baja Sur, Mexico Right Now

October 19, 2020

Earlier this month, I traveled to Baja Sur, Mexico for a scouting trip. I flew Southwest Airlines non-stop from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). This was the first time I’ve traveled to a destination involving flights since my last trip to Mexico in February. Even though a negative Covid-19 test […]

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Gray Whale Baby Boom in Baja Sur, Mexico

March 18, 2016

Recent censuses in Baja Sur, Mexico show that gray whale populations are experiencing a baby boom this year. More than 1000 gray whale babies have been counted in three calving lagoons – Ojo de Liebre, San Ignacio and Magdalena Bay. Gray whale populations crashed due to over hunting in the past. Now, gray whales numbers […]

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Swimming with Whale Sharks – La Paz, Mexico

June 3, 2015

Jumping in the water to swim with a whale shark, the world’s largest fish does take some nerve. For those willing to try, it’s sure to go down in your list of lifelong memories. Few words can really describe how extraordinary it is to experience this wildlife encounter first-hand. From early winter to late spring, […]

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Swimming with Sea Lions – Los Islotes, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

March 19, 2015

The Galapagos Islands may be the most famous place in the world for swimming with curious, playful sea lions, but it’s not the only place. Other locations known for up close sea lion encounters are Los Islotes in Mexico and the Palomino Islands in Peru. Los Islotes is the closest location for US travelers and […]

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