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Breathless and fearless traveling

A journey stirs up in you an entire range of emotions. You can feel excitement, adrenaline, expectation… and even fear. Fear of what awaits you when you decide to venture beyond your comfort zone. Traveling means leaving the routine and the hours working on the computer behind. Traveling means forgetting about responsibilities and engagements. Traveling
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Stand Strong: International Community Foundation

Your Cause is Our Cause! ICF staff works with more than 100 local nonprofit organizations, as well as U.S. and Mexican government agencies, private businesses, and other stakeholders to provide a holistic set of solutions that improve lives in the communities where we work. Education, Arts & Culture: ICF is working to keep children in school
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COMONDU: TRAVEL TO THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE

José Soto Molina

For more than two centuries, the territory that today is occupied by the municipality of Comondú was very thinly populated. The old missionary towns such as Loreto, San Javier, San José and San Miguel de Comondu, La Purisima and San Luis Gonzaga contained the most people and mainly after the transfer of the capital in
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Connect with nature in La Paz

Renowned for its incomparable beaches and beautiful sunsets that embellish the city’s boardwalk, La Paz, in Baja California Sur, is a premier destination for enjoying memorable experiences connected to nature. Semi-virgin beaches, islands away from the hustle and bustle, and coexistence with the flora and fauna are just some of the attributes that stand out
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Los Cabos is redefining itself doing it in spectacular ways letting the magic happen

Joaquin Précoma Valle

Human beings are constantly evolving. The context in which we develop forces us to adapt to new conditions that impact the way we live. Technological and computer advances now satisfy our needs, allow us to go about our daily activities in simpler ways and offer us the whole world in the palm of our hand
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Brief History of the mining towns of Baja California Sur

Californian Literature

The authors, Gilberto Piñeda Bañuelos, Alejandro Telechea Cienfuegos, Luis Larreta Mendía, Homero Avilés, Marisol Ochoa García, Julia Félix Cervantes, Bianca Gpe. Rodríguez Quiñones and Laura Silva Castañón, are members of the History Graduate Network of the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur and the State Superior Normal School. As usually happened in this country, the
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The Legend: The Revenge of the Sea

Manuel Torre Iglesias

Sailors always seek their salvation or revenge at sea. The blue abyss is an inexorable confidant. Confessors tell the sea their sorrows and joys with childish optimism or with relentless viciousness. That’s why Salvador Almaraz challenged Rufino Cuevas beneath the water’s surface. Both were divers. Of the good kind. Their rivalry was traditional in the
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Scented Soil: The seduction of the end of the earth

The first settlers of this scented land left their mark in rock art, expressing their relationship with the environment. These historical vestiges are undoubtedly of great relevance since they constitute one of the five most important concentrations of rock art in the world. South California rock art is like a magical ideogram of an eminently
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Nature, in the full extent of the word

From the Desk of Laura G. Bueno

Humans, throughout their historical evolution, have traveled the world in search of friendly lands, climates and environments. Sometimes we get to discover the origin of the populations. Some of them are remote and in climates difficult for development, but there they are, and their cultures exist despite the aggressive natural elements. It would seem that
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Traveling: Enhance your Baja California Sur Experience

Interest in traveling forecological and sustainability reasonsis onthe rise. In fact,it is nearly inconceivable these days totalk about unsustainable tourism. Even manyactivities that might seem harmfularenowpracticed within a framework of regulations. They are increasingly sophisticated and carefully supervised so as not to disruptthe environmental balances. Sportfishing andhunting are good examples. In recent years, we have
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Enhance your Baja California Sur Experience

Constantly generating content requires extraordinary teamwork and alliances, especially when deadlines are looming, as they always are. Our photographic guides and allies on this tour were Oscar Ortiz and Jaime Llaca, accomplices in capturing inspiring images for our readers. We did this travel experience in the comfort of a robust Terramont with wide interiors, simply
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