Cross border tourism in Baja Norte

Tijuana, Ensenada, Rosarito, Puerto Nuevo, Guadalupe Valley. Just a few of the Baja, Mexico destinations which used to be easy and popular day trips from San Diego. In the space of a few years major changes completely changed tourism near the border. ┬áThe first was increased security at the border by the Department of Homeland […]

Cabo Pulmo marine reserve an outstanding sucess

I can’t put it much better than the article, Marine reserve sets new standard for recovery: No-fishing reserves can restore marine ecosystems better than previously thought and can turn a heavily degraded site into an international model for conservation, according to a decade-long study led by researchers at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La […]

Scuba diving Los Cabos (Cabo San Lucas)

Photos of Scuba diving Los Cabos (Cabo San Lucas) During our visit to the tip of Baja we enjoyed two days worth of diving. The first day of diving we stuck to relatively easy local sites. The first dive was at Pelican Rock, site of the famous (or not so famous?) sand falls. The sand […]

Diving Islas Coronados with the sea lions

Photos of diving Islas Coronados with the sea lions Adam and I headed out with Waterhorse to visit the Coronado Islands just off Tijuana’s coast. The ride back was a bit rough, but overall it was a really nice day. The first dive was at the usual Lobster Shack. The site is popular because it […]