archive-title Tag Archives: La Paz


Balandra!

Balandra, La Paz, Baja California Sur, México. Balandra Balandra, is considered one of the most beautiful beaches; not only in Mexico but within the entire world. Easy to reach, Balandra is only half a hour away by car from La Paz, The Capital City `of Baja California Sur. The beach is also famous for the […]

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The Navy Secretariat of Mexico Provides Support to the Populations Affected.

The Navy Secretariat of Mexico Provides Support to the Populations Affected. The Navy Secretariat of Mexico informs that, in coordination with the authorities of the three levels of government, it provides support to the populations affected by the intense rains caused by the Tropical Storm “Lidia” in the State of Baja California South. In response […]

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Espíritu Santo and Isla Partida Island

Espíritu Santo and Isla Partida Island In the Sea of Cortez, 45 minutes by boat from the busy hub of La Paz, you will find the enchanting islands of Espíritu Santo and Isla Partida: a fascinating 80.763 km/31.183 square-mile rock formation whose origins can be explained by a series of cataclysmic earthquakes shaking its minerals […]

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Sea Lions Mating Season at Espíritu Santo, La Paz, MX

Sea Lions Mating Season at Espíritu Santo, La Paz, MX Sea Lions Mating Season Espiritu Santo La Paz MX – Dear friends, First of all, we would like to greet everyone from the Cabo Expeditions team. The purpose of this is to inform everyone that from July 20, 2017 until August 31, 2017, swimming, snorkeling […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VIII: Filibusters, Freebooters and Rebels

The period from 1850-1900 was a defining epoch for the Baja California peninsula. From the end of the Mexican-American War–when the territory was narrowly saved from inclusion in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo–to the end of the 19th century, Baja California was the object of intense scrutiny from American interests, who attempted to extract money […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VIII: Filibusters, Freebooters, Rebels

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VIII: Filibusters, Freebooters and Rebels The period from 1850-1900 was a defining epoch for the Baja California peninsula. From the end of the Mexican-American War–when the territory was narrowly saved from inclusion in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo–to the end of the 19th century, Baja California was the […]

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Timeline Los Cabos History 13000 bce 1900

Timeline Los Cabos History 13000 bce 1900 Timeline Los Cabos History 13000 bce 1900 – 13,000 BCE – Estimated arrival date for the Pericúes in present day Baja California Sur. It is believed that Cape Region’s first inhabitants came by raft from Melanesia. 1492 – Cristóbal Colón “discovers” the Americas, coming ashore at San Salvador […]

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The Dead Live: Halloween and Día de Muertos Themed Events in Los Cabos

The Dead Live: Halloween and Día de Muertos Themed Events in Los Cabos Halloween has long since evolved in the United States from a child-focused neighborhood candy collecting contest to a holiday that may also safely be called the number one party excuse of the year for adults. Thus, for both children and adults, October […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VI: The End of the Mission System and the Birth of Cabo San Lucas

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. VI: The End of the Mission System and the Birth of Cabo San Lucas Learn more about the history of Cabo San Lucas and the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur, Mexico. As the 19th century dawned in Baja California, the peninsular population was suffering on a number […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. V: The Arrival of Franciscan and Dominican Missionaries in California

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Pt. V: The Arrival of Franciscan and Dominican Missionaries in California Learn more about the history of Cabo San Lucas 
and the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur, Mexico. On the final day of November in the year 1767, a ship carrying the first appointed governor of California, Don […]

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