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The Legend

Town Festivities Reminiscent of the colonial era, many people of Baja California Sur celebrate the dates when their communities were founded by Jesuit priests who, over the course of 70 years, established 17 missions throughout the peninsula. The first, Loreto, was founded in 1697 and the last, Santa María de los Angeles, in 1767. Over
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The Legend

Caves guardians The pericúes, who inhabited from Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos, passing through the south of San Bartolo and Isla Cerralvo (Jacques Cousteau), Espíritu Santo and San José, explained whale and world’s existence in a very unique way, a legend that was handed down through generations by word-of-mouth until it was documented by
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The Legend

Pearl Fishing in La Paz A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work. For those who enjoy waking up early, watching the sun coming up over the horizon and feeling the sea breeze, a day of fishing is more than a job. It is a true delight and a pleasure.
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