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Air Travelers to Baja California Sur Increased in First Quarter of 2017

The Secretary of Tourism of BCS announced that just over 875 thousand tourists visited the State in the first four months of 2017. TBC Baja California Sur is increasingly becoming one of the most important tourist destinations in Mexico, the Secretary of Tourism for BCS...

CRIT La Paz Serving the Children of Baja California Sur

TBC I have been asked the same question several times; what is that big orange building in the La Posada area by the beach? The big orange building, shaped as a starfish, is a state-of-the-art pediatric facility that opened its doors in November 2010 to...

Red Tide Alert in the bay of La Paz

There is a red tide alert for the bay of La Paz put into effect by the State Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risk (COEPRIS). State health authorities have decided to implement a ban on the consumption of shellfish extracted from the La Paz...

Pay Traffic Tickets Online in La Paz

The new payment method is to make the process easier and up to date. TBC While nobody enjoys paying a traffic ticket, the Municipality of La Paz has launched an online payment system to make the process as pain-free as possible. You won’t find any...

Horseback Riding At Rancho El Cajon in La Paz

Located about 40 minutes outside of La Paz, on the highway to San Juan de la Costa, you will find Rancho El Cajon, an authentic Mexican ranch that offers the ultimate experience in horseback riding and camping adventures. We invite you to enjoy a horseback riding...

Cruise Tourism Continues to Grow In La Paz and Loreto

Approximately 32,900 tourists arrived to the ports of Loreto and Pichilingue in 2016-2017 TBC With the arrival of Crystal Serenity to the Pueblo Magico of Loreto last week, the 2016-2017 cruise season has come to an end. According to the Director of the Integral Port...

English for Tourism at Cobach 11 in La Paz

TBC Interesting and fun activities under the principle of learning while having fun are being used to help students at the high school Cobach 11 in La Paz to develop “real world” English language skills. All students at Cobach 11 who are enrolled in the...

Downtown La Paz Just Got a Lot Brighter

TBC The downtown area of the city of La Paz has been filled with color, thanks to the project Ciudad Mural La Paz, where 30 collective murals have brightened up the city with the help of 27 national artists. Ciudad Mural La Paz was organized...

Quichu Isais, Maestra Extraordinairia

By Carol Dyer Today I had the privilege of speaking with my next-door neighbor, Quichu Isais, maestra extraordinairia, about her music career and the new mural painted by Colectivo TOMATE , on Independencia street, depicting her image. Maestra Quichu and the word piano are synonymous...

It is Semana Santa in Mexico

It is Semana Santa in Mexico, which means it’s vacation time! Semana Santa is a big deal in Mexico and a tradition that cannot be ignored or go unnoticed. During the days leading up to Easter Sunday, downtown will be cleared out, beaches will start...