A Note from the Editor

For years, the unique environment of the Baja California peninsula has been an inspiration for those who visit. In fact, it was the exotic beauty of this desert between two seas that led to its conquest centuries ago by pirates, missionaries and explorers, including the first settlers, the Guaycuras, Pericues and Cochimies Indians who adapted to the weather. All were determined, visionary adventurers who forged the story of Baja California Sur.

It is incredible how these events have turned into extraordinary articles, reports, photographs, videos and paintings. Recently, the Swedish producer and director Martin Falklind produced an adaptation of the book The Old Man and The Sea by the author Ernest Hemingway. King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden attended the film debut at the Theatre Lorensberg in Gothenburg. After viewing the documentary, he decided to explore Los Cabos.

In this edition, you will read about the impact of other authors who ventured to Baja California. Let them be sources of inspiration for your visit to Los Cabos and the surrounding areas. You never know, your experience may become part of our travel magazine!

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For years, the unique environment of the Baja California peninsula has been an inspiration for those who visit. In fact, it was the exotic beauty of this desert between two seas that led to its conquest centuries ago by pirates, missionaries and explorers, including the first settlers, the Guaycuras, Pericues and Cochimies Indians who adapted to the weather. All were determined, visionary adventurers who forged the story of Baja California Sur.

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