Welcome to the May edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Martina visits the Opal Mine in Ensenada; David Kier explores the distant Pacific and San Felipe's Valle Chico; Greg Niemann recounts the history of the copper mining industry in Santa Rosalía and Misty discovers the desolate luxury of Rancho Las Cruces. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
The Fire Opal of Mexico By Martina Ensenada is an exciting city that holds the past gently while embracing the 21st century. Sunlight flashes off the bay, sparkling around the...Read more
The Distant Pacific By David Kier Baja California is a land of adventure and with a potential for enjoyment of so many outdoor activities. Surfing is one of those activities and is...Read more
Santa Rosalía, Baja's Copper Town By Greg Niemann The sparkling Sea of Cortez looming in the distance is a refreshing sight after miles and miles of mostly barren land. However, first-timers...Read more
Rancho Las Cruces By Misty Tosh There has never been any doubt in my mind that Baja holds multiple well-kept secrets. Mysteries that slowly reveal themselves...
San Felipe's Valle Chico By David Kier The desert valley southwest from San Felipe offers several driving and hiking adventures. With many dirt roads, palm filled...