Welcome to the July edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin. This month, we check out a new border crossing app from BorderTraffic.com; Greg Niemann shares the unique story of Baja road builder Arturo Grosso; Martina visits the stunning AlXimia winery in the Guadalupe Valley; Tom Gatch provides the current Baja fishing report and David Kier tells the history of the U.S. occupation of Baja. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Border Traffic Mobile App BorderTraffic.com’s one-of-a-kind mobile app gives travelers what no other source can – reliable, up-to-the-minute, comprehensive video coverage of the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa...Read more
Arturo Grosso - Baja Road Builder By Greg Niemann Baja’s long-anticipated eastern connection with the Transpeninsular Highway (Highway 1) is nearing completion. Soon travelers, especially those entering...Read more
AlXimia By Martina Summer is a luscious time in the Guadalupe Valley, with deep green vines following the contours of the land and tall waving stands of yellow...Read more
Baja Fishing Report By Tom Gatch Now that summer has officially begun, the bite on a variety of popular gamesters is in full swing as water temperatures around the Baja California...
U.S. Occupation Of Baja By David Kier In its desire to be a nation spanning the continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, American officials made efforts to purchase northern...