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Whether you are a first-time visitor or a long-time resident of Baja, we want your experience with our website and Baja in general to be fun, educational and enlightening.  

Of course... we know what some say about Baja.  That is why we started this site.  


All of our team of Explorers are full-time residents of Baja who have lived here many years and believe that most of those reports are exaggerated.  Statistically, Baja is as safe as many cities in the US.   Baja is full of wonderful sights, cuisine, scenery and culture.  Of course, as with anywhere when traveling, please be aware of your surroundings.

We will only feature places that we have visited.  Sometimes our expectations and impressions will not match yours.  As such, by your use of this site and the content presented herein, you agree that your experience with our site or results from any content presented on our site is your own responsibility.  Our content is assumed to be correct but not guaranteed.

We do not collect any personally identifiable information unless you sign up for our mailings and then we only keep your name and email address and, as security, the IP address from where you signed up.  We do not share our mailing list with anyone.  Each email that we send from our list will provide an option to unsubscribe instantly from future communications, or your can unsubscribe here at any time.

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Day of the Dead

When we first learned of Day of the Dead, like most people from the US, we thought it was similar to Halloween.  That's a natural reaction, since Day of the Dead follows Halloween and has many items and images of skulls and skeletons.  Turns out, that's not at all the case.


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