Jesus Corral

Until relatively recently, the term “alternative tourism” was practically unknown or, failing that, was given little promotion since traditional tourism was favored by various programs, budgets and projects. However, the same diversification of the sector has led us to be more specific, to the extent that there is a difference between a tourist and an
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The Flavors of Baja California Sur

Roberto Padilla

Gastronomy in Mexico, as well as in the rest of the world, constitutes an intangible and worthy cultural heritage. Our country has a wide variety of traditional cooking styles, dishes, aromas and flavors. That is why there is a relentless fervor to demonstrate the culinary traditions of each region through festivals. Baja California Sur treasures
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Stand Strong

“Love and science in the service of life” The Children’s Rehabilitation Center Teleton serves 843 children and youth with disabilities in Baja California Sur. Following a model of care centered on the patient and family, CRIT employs physical, psychological, social and spiritual elements for rehabilitation.   Mission: Recognize and safeguard the dignity of the individual.
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El Zacatal Ranch

Estela Davis

The Zacatal was a 495-acre property located about six miles south of Loreto and owned by don Juan Garayzar Larrinaga. Don Juan knew that the land on the ranch was very fertile and decided to plant vineyards. The press and the mill used to make the wine were donated to Don Juan by the Santo
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Missionary Art & History

SANTIAGO DE LAS CORAS, SANTIAGO APÓSTOL O SANTIAGO AIÑINI (1721-1795) Endowed by the Marquis of Villapuente, the mission was established by Father Ignacio Maria Napoli on the gulf side at the southern end of the peninsula. The missionary, obeying the orders of Father Ugarte who was leaving for Colorado, arrived at the port of Las
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