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Monday October 16 2017




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Los Cabos and its Surroundings

In early days, California was known as Alta California and the entire Baja peninsula was referred to as Baja California. In 1974 the Mexican government recognized the lower territory as an independent state, giving it the name Baja California Sur in that year; the upper portion remains Baja California. Baja California’s crystal waters are sp...

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Gray and Humpback Whales

Gray and Humpback whales travel thousands of miles from the rich arctic waters to the warm waters of the Baja Peninsula to participate in one of the most wonderful natural encounters in the world. The rich feeding grounds of the Sea of Cortes and the sheltered bays along the Pacific coastline combine to produce a very unique whale watching experie...

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Evolution of the Second Home Market in Los Cabos

Currently, the new tourist residential housing market in Los Cabos is the fifth largest in the country, following Cancun and the Mayan Riviera, Vallarta and the Nayarit Riviera, the Tijuana–Ensenada corridor, and Acapulco. However, the new second home market in Los Cabos is ranked fifth in terms of average value of the new properties for sale. ...

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Cabo, The Golf Leader in Mexico

The Global economy has changed the structure of vacation and second home purchases, but it has not altered the age of baby boomers looking for homes for retirement that are affordable and enjoyable for year round living. Mexico still offers real estate opportunities for home buyers, many on or near some of the best golf in the world. Without a ...

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The Changing Seasons in Baja: Rains bring the Green of the Desert

The rains of Hurricane Jimena will bring the green back to the deserts of Baja Sur. Within days, the thirsty flora of our desert peninsula has began to take on shades of green. Soon the entire desert will be in bloom and a jaunt to the vast open areas of Baja Sur will be well worth a photo-safari. This is late in the season for Baja to receive ...

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Los Cabos Overview

We will begin with an overall introduction of Los Cabos, and follow it in future issues with specific articles that will increase the readers’ knowledge of our unique destination. Baja California Sur is Mexico’s primary neighbor to the Sea of Cortes and is a land full of contrast with its islands, marine life, desert, mountains and huge ar...

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Gary Player Breaks Ground for CostaBaja's Golf Course

La Paz.- February was an exciting month at CostaBaja Resort and Marina in La Paz with the visit of Gary Player and the official ground breaking of his Gary Player Signature Golf Course under construction at the resort. The course, scheduled to open in 2010, will be the defining word in golf in Baja. The spectacular views will only serve to enhanc...

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La Paz, Baja: Perspectives from 2 Experts

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur’s most popular destination, and La Paz’s real estate market offers both long-term growth potential and low prices, with a more authentic Mexican feel. “La Paz is the steady turtle which will pay off in the long run,” in contrast to Los Cabos, which “has a much higher basis and will continue to appreciate be...

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History of Baja Sur's East Cape

The term “East Cape” here in Baja, refers to the lovely and largely unspoiled (comparatively) region beginning just east of San Jose del Cabo and running northward along the Sea of Cortez about 100 miles to Bahia de Los Frailes. Some say the East Cape hubs of Buena Vista and Los Barriles, magnificently situated on Bahia Las Palmas, are the Los...

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Baja California Meeting Point - Weekend Conference

Tijuana.- Baja California Meeting Point 2008, the fourth-annual international real estate tourism conference held in Tijuana in mid-October, drew more than 200 attendees from the U.S. and Mexico to discuss cross-border investment possibilities among business leaders. The conversation was sparked by Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism Rodolfo Elizo...

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In this region: Los cabos, La paz, Loreto, San Felipe, Ensenada, Rosarito