Posts byIssue 32 - Discover, Explore & Experience

Stand Strong

ASUPMATOMA A.C. is a non-profit association founded in 1995 by Rene Pinal, owner of Rancho San Cristobal. ASUPMATOMA’s focus is the protection and conservation of sea turtles, as well as environmental education. There are three programs presently underway where you can participate with friends and family. Night patrols: From July 15th to October 30th. Tour
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One&Only Palmilla

You can embrace the adventurous spirit of Los Cabos by air, land and sea with the activities available at One&Only Palmilla. The resort is sheer heaven on earth for outdoor sport enthusiasts. Begin your day with a beach boot camp, sunrise yoga or pilates, then tee off on the award winning 27-hole Jack Nicklaus designed
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Live the Experience

Joyce Langridge Adventure seekers have been attracted to Los Cabos for years. Challenged by the mountain trails, the hostility of the desert and the expansive Sea of Cortez, adventurers have sought to conquer this land and be an inspiration for others. Joyce Langridge, triathlete positioned as the number 1 in the World (in the female
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A moment of togetherness with the family: El Triunfo

Cristina Ortiz Manzo

The first was known by the name of La Ramona and the next, La Julia. -Armando Trasviña Taylor Traveling as a family is one of the best ways to preserve relationships between members. Through the recreation of traveling, we can accumulate experiences, express emotions, generate ideas and talk about feelings that are important for human
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The Other Mexico. A Poetic Biography of Baja California.

Eligio Moisés Coronado

Much has been written about the peninsula of Baja California. The book The Other Mexico, by Fernando Jordan is a record, a chronicle, a travel document that begins on January 16th, 1952. The author travels “the bastions of the motherland,” experiences “an adventure in the islands,” continues “in search of the other Mexico,” walks “the
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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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