Welcome to the February edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, Martina visits Al Capone's Castle; David Kier explains the different types of prehistoric Baja rock art; We provide the latest SENTRI/Global Entry renewal information; Greg Niemann checks out the Jersey Dairy cows and Jay Gittens explores Laguna La Poza. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Al Capone's Castle Hideaway By Martina The sunlight is blazing off the Pacific, seagulls rise up on the wind, swirl and dive along the Baja California coastline. There is a very rich...Read more
Petroglyphs, Pictographs and Geoglyphs By David Kier Baja California has all three styles of prehistoric artwork. Used seemingly to convey a...Read more
SENTRI and Global Entry Renewal By The Baja Bound Staff Is it almost time to renew your SENTRI or Global Entry membership? If so, here’s the latest information for a smooth renewal experience! According to...Read more
Cows With an Ocean View By Greg Niemann Americans have been flocking to the Baja California coastline seeking ocean view properties for years. To about 7,000 cows on a bluff at...
Laguna La Poza: A Coastal Oasis By Jay D. Gittens Small exotic birds in their tens of dozens flutter around like insects, partially filling in the sky directly over the lagoon. Succeeding the...