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CABO SAN LUCAS - First Annual Amateur Photo Contest

First Annual Amateur Photo Contest
Open to all Amateur Photographers of Los Cabos. Ages 4 years old and up. Prizes for every category and division. Theme: "Our Beautiful Baja California Sur" Categories: Flora and Fauna, People and Events, Landscapes, Still Life. All of the photos will be on exhibit in Puerto Paraiso Mall in Cabo San Lucas between August 1st and the 7th, 2010. The winners will be announced August 5, 2010.

For information and registration, contact or 624-122-2690. Submission Deadline is July 27-29, 2010. Sponsored by - Cabo Kidz Museo Ac,, 624-122-2690, Baja California Sur

SAN FELIPE - KARAOKE Singout Sisters & Chuey at Juanitos Cantina

KARAOKE with The SINGOUT SISTERS and CHUEY Friday's starting July 30 at Juanitos Cantina with
Voted the BEST KARAOKE in SAN FELIPE 2008.

KARAOKE SHOW starts at 6pm goes to 10pm. They will be having their famous FREE DRINK DRAWINGS and singing with some of the best singers in San Felipe. Come on down enjoy GOOD FOOD, DRINKS and SING or just listen and dance. "BE THE STAR THAT YOU ARE"

Bisbee's Offshore Tournament - UNBELIEVABLE!!!


by Bob Farmer, Cabo Riviera

Day one at the Bisbee was pretty exciting with a 581 pound Black Marlin being  caught. Day two seemed to get off to a decent start with an early fish weighing 365#. After that the day was quiet. No radio traffic, nothing. We sat around looking for boats on the horizon and hoping for more fish. There were reports of a few fish coming in but nothing exciting. Finally the announcement came to quit fishing and come back to the dock.  One by one the boats came in.  A couple of decent Tuna came to the scale as well as a couple of good Dorado.  Several boats had some Marlin flags but also had the same number of "released" flags. Then a boat returned with a Marlin flag.  They backed up to the shore through the cadre of other boats.  We could see the tail of the fish; it looked like it would weigh.  The whole crowd of fishermen and spectators drifted down to the beach to see if this was a good fish.  It looked good.  300 pounds plus. But it had to beat 365.  The crew was celebrating like they had beat the previous fish.  Well of course, wouldn't you?

They posed on the beach for photos and finally the big fish was taken to the scale. We all watched as the fish was stabilized and the weight read from the scale.  

Three hundred and sixty SIX pounds!!!!  Impossible.  But after rechecking the scale it was confirmed that the last fish of the day had beaten the first fish for a prize of 65,000 DOLLARS by ONE POUND!!!!

My friends, it just doesn't get any more exciting than this.

LA PAZ - Bake with the Bread Guy of Bakery Pan D’Les

Aug. 3, 2010 - Madero Street at Ocampo, leads a baking and pastry class from 9 a.m. till about noon. Focus is on breakfast and brunch entertaining and afterwards the class eats their creations. Enrol now, as space is limited to 10 people. Cost is 350 pesos. Recipes and materials are provided, and credit cards are accepted. On the menu: Cheese filled crepes with vanilla bean pineapple sauce; yeast raised waffles and apple compote; garlic and white wine pork sausage. For more information and to register, stop by the bakery or e-mail the bread guy at

ENSENADA - Annual Vendimia Golf Open at Bajamar

Annual Vendimia Golf Open at Bajamar,  Aug. 28
Tourney Supports Baja Scholarship Foundation
By Carla White

On Saturday, August 28th, Bajamar Oceanfront Hotel & Golf Resort ( will host the Annual Vendimia Golf Open in Ensenada, Baja California.  The shotgun tournament will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the resort’s 27-hole course located just an hour south of San Diego and 20 minutes north of the city of Ensenada.

Last year, more than 150 golfers played in the inaugural tournament that was created to celebrate Baja’s grape harvest season (vendimia), as well as to provide support for the Baja Scholarship Foundation (BSF).  More than $10,000 was raised to help the BSF send underprivileged Mexican children ranging from kindergarten through college to school.  

Read About Bajamar's La Vendimia Golf Open -


Sunday August 1st 2010.
Over 1.500 people from the U.S. and Mexico will come together for the best of our culinary arts, a traditional contest between the top chefs of the region with their specialty of fish ans seafood in four categories.

More information: or call +52 (661) 612.0700

SAN FELIPE - Dishing It Up Right!

Dishing It Up Right! 

For the last five years, Restaurant Los Arcos and the Happy Jackass Lounge have been a family-oriented dining establishment specializing in American and Italian cuisine. Owners Cliff and Sue White have been in this location on the south side of the arches entering San Felipe for three years. Both Cliff and Sue are longtime residents of San Felipe, Sue for more than 25 years, and have extensive experience in the restaurant business.

Over the last year, they've been making some big changes; they've changed their menu, decor, prices, staff and much more. What hasn't changed is the full-service bar and the coldest beer in town.

The menu features great burgers, chicken and dumplings, chicken-fried steak, homemade fries, and, if you're a steak lover, Angus beef from the U.S. Local fish and shrimp dishes are featured as specials. The Italian cuisine includes an All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti dinner, plus calzones, fettuccini alfredo and a new concoction called Italian puffs, and, of course, their fresh pizzas round out the menu.

The Happy Jackass, the bar attached to the restaurant, keeps things lively by offering Karaoke and various live music other nights of the week; it also hosts the semimonthly San Felipe Lions Club meetings. “Having activities for the patrons helps both the bar and the restaurant during slow times,” says Cliff.

The lounge has satellite TV on four big screens and features all the sports you could want, including four different NFL games every Sunday. NASCAR is always on one of the screens. The staff is pleasant, the atmosphere is relaxing, the prices are moderate and the portions are very generous. All in all, you will enjoy your dining experience at Los Arcos Restaurant and Lounge.
Stop by Los Arcos Restaurant and The Happy Jackass and say hello to Cliff and Sue. You can’t miss them, they’re on the right as you enter San Felipe. CONTACT: Call Jack -  
(686) 577-2585. Current Hours: 
12PM to 8PM 
Thursday thru Sunday. Email: Website:    

CABO SAN LUCAS - Bisbee's East Cape Offshore Tournament

Bisbee's East Cape Offshore Tournament celebrates Cabo fishing the way it used to be. The event takes place at the Buenavista Beach Resort, a quiet, beautifully landscaped family style hotel. In addition to the traditional black & blue marlin, dorado and tuna are also targeted. An expected 75 teams will compete for over $400,000 in cash awards. Weigh-ins, which take place on the beach, are open to the public.

2010 Schedule of Events

3:00-7:00pm Registration and distribution of Team Bags at the Hotel Buena Vista.
6:00-7:00pm Angler, Captain and Deckhand Meeting on the Pool Deck. Attendance by at least one Team member is mandatory.
7:00-9:00pm Kick-Off Cocktail Party.

7:00am Shotgun Start.
7:00am-4:00pm Tournament Fishing; lines must be out of the water by 4:00pm.
7:00am-7:00pm Weigh Station is open on the beach in front of the Hotel Buena Vista.

7:00-9:30pm Awards Celebration on the beach in front of the Hotel Buena Vista.

ROSARITO BEACH - Las Rocas Wedding Expo

Sunday - August 1, 2010 
Las Rocas Wedding Expo
The event is held at the oceanfront hotel - ask for  information to have your ceremony at this beautiful palce. Rosarito is one of the most beautiful, most popular and most affordable wedding spots around.
More info

SAN FELIPE- Ejido Plan Nacional 42nd Anniversary

Come join us July 30th - August 1st for a fun filled weekend celebrating the 42nd anniversary of the Ejido Plan Nacional Agrario about 3 minutes north of San Felipe. Music, Food, Fun & the crowning of this years Ejido Queen! All at the Ejido Social Salon & Park. For more info please call 686-203-1214

FISHING & BOATING - Tripui Hotel Fishing Tournament

Tripui Hotel Fishing Tournament
by Chris Pearson

We had 33 boats on the water from Tripui, Loreto and Juncalito participating in this year’s tournament. Unfortunately, the dorado were few and far between and live bait was scarce. Many boats traveled over 100 miles looking for that dream paddy of seaweed with dorado hiding underneath. Many opted to fish the "other species" category this year. We weighed yellowtail, amber jack and even a wahoo.

As they did last year, the villagers of Ligui, with Darlene Hester, put a crew together. They cleaned and bagged all the fish, hauling off all the guts and carcasses. Ninety percent of the fish caught were donated to the village of Ligui. Nothing went to waste!

A very special thanks to Shimano who was very generous in their support of this event, as well as to Robert Ross who donated a one day fishing trip on Bad Company. We had many local sponsors from Loreto as well as Squidco in San Diego. We can not thank these sponsors enough so please give them your business.

Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time, effort and money on behalf of this tournament. There would be no tournament without YOU!!

Stay tuned........we will have a complete list of tournament sponsors and the dollar amount raised in a future update.

  • WINNER – Reel Time, Mark Jacobs & Will Block with 16.12 + 16.10 = 32.22 pounds of dorado
  • Biggest "other species" – Frequent Flyer with a 36.08 pound yellowtail
  • Biggest single dorado – Reel Time with a 16.12 pound dorado
  • Biggest single dorado by a junior angler – Jacob (12 years old) on Sea-Note with a 13.10 pound dorado
  • Biggest "other species" by a junior angler – Kevin (10 years old) on Rowe Boat with a 32.04 pound yellowtail

LOS BARRILES - Fishin' for the Mission Results







Awards Dinner

 The awards dinner was outstanding, where tri tip was our main course. The dinner was held at the Mission courtyard and will continue to be held there each year.The presentation of winners and the raffles will be held there also. This year we raised a total of $20,689.00 in total donations. For the anglers we gave out over 50 Rods and Reels, G.P.S., boat radio's, goodie bags, fishing lure packages and tool kits. Over $10,000 in prizes were handed out. Everthing a angler could want. As you can see by the pictures we had a great turn out.
For more Fishing for the Mission pictures click on the link below

ROSARITO BEACH - Papas & Beers 27th Anniversary

Papas & Beers 27th Anniversary

July 30-Aug 1: This oceanfront club on the ocean in Rosarito’s downtown entertainment district will be celebrating the way that only as 50,000-square-foot club can.
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Ex-Oklahoma Man Found Shot To Death Saturday Morning In Rosarito

by Ron Raposa

--- A 49-year-old Oklahoma native was found shot to death early Saturday morning outside his Rosarito motor home near kilometer 30 on the Free Road, according to state police.

Police found Richard Pontious Berg near a panga boat named Fabiola V, dead from several gunshot wounds. Several shells from a 9mm pistol were recovered and neighbors reported hearing shots about 4 a.m.

Police said that records indicated that Berg had several criminal convictions in the U.S. and had been free on bail following a March arrest on a federal offense. He also had served two years in a U.S. federal prison on marijuana sales and smuggling charges, police said.

Authorities said Berg owned six pangas, including one valued at more than $50,000 which had a high-powered engine capable of carrying up to 30 people. Police said the investigation would include how Berg made a living and his contacts.

ROSARITO BEACH - Rosarito BBQ Challenge 2010

Now Hear This! The location of the Rosarito BBQ Challenge has been changed to the city of Tijuana!

August 27 at 12pm - August 29 at 11pm

The event at our new site is on Avenida Revolucion (MainSstreet) which is situated 5 minutes from the international border. Shuttle service from the border to the event and back will be provided. The event's venue remains the same.

The ultimate BBQ competition south of the border competing for $20,000.00dlls.  Only the best of the best! Chicken, ribs, pork butt, & brisket! For those who dare - dessert turn in at midnight!

Lots of activities: kidz club, beach volleyball, golf at real del mar, catch a big wave surfing, sports fishing, swimming pools & jacuzzi, rest & relax at a luxury spa, cool down at our beer garden, or have a refreshing margarita, great food.

For entry forms, vendor forms, sponsorship forms & any other kind of form: or


Being a member has it's benefits.

Membership in the Baja Good Life Club entitles you to a wide range of fantastic
Member Discounts & Benefits while living and traveling in Baja California. As a member of the Baja Good Life Club, you’ll enjoy a long list of benefits, savings and fantastic experiences!

Membership Includes:

  • Baja California Guide
  • Mexican Auto Insurance at Club Rates
  • Membership Card
  • Membership Newsletter
  • Restaurants Discounts
  • Lodging Discounts
  • Retail Discounts
  • Business Service Discounts
  • Rental Discounts
  • Tours & Activity Discounts
Interested in becoming a merchant member? please click here.

ENSENADA - Vendimia Cup 2010 Golf Tournament

Bibayoff Winery Presents: Vendimia Cup 2010 Golf Tournament
Date: August 15, 2010
Time: Shotgun 9:00am
Place: Baja Country Club, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Cost: $1,200 Pesos Per Player
Includes Breakfast Buffet, Wine Tasting, Mahi-Mahi Lunch And Attractive Raffles
Cash Prizes For Top Winners

Note: All proceeds will go to benefit the “Mother Theresa of Calcuta Senior Care Home “ 15th & Reyerson, Ensenada
More information call 646.177.5523 or US: 1.866.599.0631or MX: 01 800 788.6532. Email
visit -
*One of Baja Good Life Club Sponsored Events*


Change . . .

Everyone encounters change almost on a daily basis—be it routine, minute, or a major, life-altering change. In fact, the first changes in our journey through life begin the moment we are born. First we leave the comfort and safety of the womb, take our first breath and there’s even a change in how we obtain our nourishment.

Walt Disney is attributed with saying, “Change is inevitable—growth is optional.” Changes in life are inevitable—just like the baby out of the womb; however, it takes courage to make voluntary changes that will allow for long-term growth. And, yes, sometimes pain accompanies change; but when the benefits are realized, the pain of change is quickly forgotten.

Although many people say they don’t like change, change is constantly occurring inside and outside our lives . . . people change, things change . . . and Mexico Living is changing again—a good change for all!

Knowing that our readers want to live the “Baja Good Life,” we are taking a leap of faith, and dealing with the growing pains, to experience long-term growth for not only ourselves but for you, our loyal readers, as well.

Mexico Living's Baja California Guide is currently in the process of becoming a members-only benefit of Baja Good Life Club. Baja Good Life Club is a life and travel discount club for visitors and residents of the Baja peninsula. During the transition, you will still find “free” copies of the guide at your local establishments, in limited quantities. No later than August 1, 2010, “Your Guide to the Good Life” will only be available through your Baja Good Life Club membership.

How is this good for you?

  • You no longer have to go out and find a copy of “Your Guide to the Good Life.” Mexico Living's Baja California Guide will be delivered to your Mexico, Canada or United States address.
  • As a member of Baja Good Life Club, you’ll have access to exclusive club rates on Mexican Auto Insurance, with annual liability policies as low as $77.07 and full coverage as low as $140.84.
  • Receive exclusive discounts on products and services from our growing list of participating Baja merchants—food, lodging, printing, real estate, shopping, doctors, pharmacies, building and construction, professional services . . . about anything you can imagine.
  • Membership is only $45 per year.

Changes in life are inevitable, the growth part is optional. So, join today . . . come grow with us!

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives, but rather the one most adaptable to change.” —Charles Darwin

SAN FELIPE - Best of the Best Full Moon Party

Denny Flannigan's 'BEST OF THE BEST 'Full Moon Blowout !


Celebrating  the 'BEST OF THE BEST' from  Mexico Living Magazine 2007-2009 and all of YOU who made it possible.

Where: Rumors Beach Bar & Grill at PDO
When:  Sunday July 25
Time:  6-10 PM ( mexican buffet 6:30 to 8:00)
Pre Sale: $10.00 /$120 Pesos at door $12.00/150 Pesos

Complimentary glass of champagne
Tickets Available at Rumors, Tavos Pharmacy or call Sandi at 576-1683

FISHING - Fishin´ For The Mission in Loreto

2010 Fishin' for the Mission Tournament in Loreto
July 15–18, 2010

If you have always thought of traveling to Loreto for some outstanding dorado fishing, July 15–18 is the right weekend to do it. The 17th Annual Fishin' for the Mission dorado tournament will be in full swing.

Fishin' for the Mission Tournament was founded by
Jim Duggins of Duggins Construction in 1993 and until 2002 had been a private word-of-mouth contest with about 12 boats and 60 participants. The tournament is for charity, with all proceeds going to the Mission of Loreto. In 2002 it was opened up to the public and had 21 boats and 105 participants, it was a huge success in our first public tournament and last year we had 72 boats registered and over 300 anglers. Since the beginning of the tournament participants have generated over US$120,000. Every cent of it has gone to the Mission of Loreto and the local community.

The entry fee for a team of four fishermen is US$200. Every team receives a bag of goodies including event shirts, raffle tickets, unlimited beer for all tournament days and a great tri-tip dinner on Saturday, the night of the awards. Registration is on Thursday, July 15, at the Loreto Marina. Participants are expected to have a fishing license and park bracelets.
This is not your run of the mill fundraising tournament, every dollar that is collected goes directly to the mission and the local community. All the raffle prizes, beer, food and expenses are donated by sponsors and individuals. Alford Distributing, Berkely and the Bisbee Tournament contribute year after year.

If you PRE-REGISTER your BOAT, you will get your boat name on the shirts; four shirts per boat. $10 extra per shirts over four. Email boat registrations to For more information, visit

Both photos by Rachel Pack.

LORETO - 1st Annual Optimist Golf Tournament for the KIDS

The Optimist of Loreto Golf tournament "Golfing for Kids" was a great SUCCESS for our first tournament and organized in 6 weeks.  We raised a little over $3,500 for kids projects here in Loreto.  Our thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors and golfers.

  1. House of Travel – Rick and Brenda Abrahamson                       
  2. Augie’s Bar and Bait                                                                                   
  3. Alexander Real Estate                                                                               
  4. Wolverine Glazing (John Seymore)                                                         
  5. Power N More Store (Greg & Jane Garrison)  in Loreto Bay     
  6. La Palapa Restaurant                                   
  7. Loreto Shores Villas y RV Park in memory of Nadine Dhanju  
  8. Domingo’s Restaurant                                                                                   
     Lunch Sponsor- Islas del Carmen

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ROSARITO BEACH - Mexicali en la Playa beach Fest

JULY 22-23: Mexicali en la Playa Beach Fest - 25th Anniversary
The largest beach festival of the region is celebrating its 25th anniversary, combining sports activities like volleyball, soccer surf tournament and an athletic beach run along with its traditional concerts of all types of music, this will be an event you wouldn’t want to miss.
Más información: or - +52 (661) 612.2525

ROSARITO BEACH - A Note from Cuba Gooding Sr.

A Note from Cuba Gooding Sr.

“I take my position as Rosarito Goodwill Ambassador very seriously. The Baja has so much to offer the world – from its vibrant and wonderful people to its pristine coastline. Recently, the American media has
given the Baja a bit of a “black eye” by continuing to report crime associated with drug issues. Anyone who has spent any amount of time here knows that this issue has been blown way out of proportion.
Because of this negative portrayal, I have watched many local businesses close their doors over the past 2 years and it breaks my heart. Having made Rosarito Beach my second home, I am invested in seeing to it
that my community thrives. My amphitheater is a project that I hope will do just that.

Cuba Gooding’s Pyramid Amphitheater will seek to co-op with businesses in both Tijuana and Rosarito. Tourists and natives that attend concerts at Cuba Gooding’s Pyramid Amphitheater will be encouraged to
visit these local businesses. In turn, these businesses will offer special incentives for concert attendees.
For example, a discounted hotel rate could be offered upon presentation of an amphitheater concert
ticket. Businesses will be able to advertise at the amphitheater as well as in concert program booklets
given out at the concerts. These incentives should increase revenue, giving these businesses a much
needed boost in tourist dollars.

As Goodwill Ambassador, I will never stop working hard for the people of the Baja”.
Cuba Gooding Sr.

BUSINESS - Baja Bound Mexican Insurance

Baja Good Life Club Partners with Baja Bound Mexican Insurance Services, Inc.
Baja Bound Mexican Insurance Services, Inc. is excited to partner with the Baja Good Life Club to offer members a discounted Mexican auto insurance policy through HDI Seguros. The policy features all the high-quality coverage expected from HDI Seguros, at an exclusive price not available to the public.

Why HDI Seguros?
Baja Bound works with HDI Seguros because they continuously exemplify high standards in their day-to-day operations. They offer high-quality Mexican insurance products at competitive rates, have an excellent claims track record, and have a parent company with high financial ratings.

HDI Seguros was recently recognized by Mexico's own National Commission for the Protection and Defense of Consumers of Financial Services (CONDUSEF) for receiving the highest overall score over other Mexican insurance companies for the quality of service it provides to its clients.

Why Baja Bound?
Serving Mexico travelers for over 15 years, Baja Bound Mexican Insurance Services, Inc. has become a leader in online Mexican insurance. Their easy-to-use website and high level of customer service has won the hearts of their loyal customers. Their dedication to ethics and service has earned them an A+ rating (
link) with the San Diego Better Business Bureau. Baja Bound is also active in the community on both sides of the border by sponsoring events, donating to non-profit organizations, and conducting charitable and environmental work in Mexico.

You can rest assured knowing that all of the staff at Baja Bound are full-time, licensed insurance agents, and like you, they love Baja and Mexico. Every staff member spends significant time in Baja and Mexico either working, playing or living. Their staff is here to help you choose the best Mexican insurance coverage that fits your needs, to assist you in case you have a claim, and to answer questions related to traveling to Mexico.

Get to know Baja Bound! Important points to know about your Mexican insurance agency:

  • California corporation, licensed with the CA Department of Insurance (CA Lic. 0D25373)
  • Staff are full-time, professional insurance agents
  • Years of experience in selling Mexican insurance
  • Office located in downtown San Diego close to Petco Park
  • Website security tested daily
  • D&B listed company

Baja Bound's business hours are Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm Pacific time or by appointment at their downtown San Diego office. They can be reached by calling 1-888-552-2252 or 1-619-702-4292.

LANGUAGE: New Spanish Language Webpage

Interested in learning some Spanish, or maybe you'd like to check the pronunciation of a specific Spanish word. The Baja Good Life Club has recently added a new Spanish Language page to our site. Now you can check the top 25 Spanish nouns, pronouns, adjectives, conjunctions, adverbs, prepositions, verbs and popular phrases with audio for each.

HEALTH & BEAUTY - How to Get Mexican Social Security

How to Get Mexican Social Security and Why You Should
by Lynn Russ

Currently, there are roughly one million expatriates living in Mexico. It is estimated by the year 2025 that number could rise to over five million. With that many new residents and retirees making the move across the border, plus many more vacationers, it only makes sense to receive standard or even specialized health care in Mexico rather than travel across the border for every appointment.

Getting enrolled in the Mexican Social Security system for health care is not a difficult process. There is no age limit to qualify, and the annual fee ranges from $100 to $300. The affordability compared to the cost of a plan in the U.S. plus travel expenses incurred if you had to cross the border for every appointment makes the Mexican system all the more appealing. Many foreigners and travelers buy into the plan just for the coverage in case of an emergency.

The process of getting Mexican Social Security starts by filling out a questionnaire and answering health questions, along with giving a health history. When you apply, you will need two photocopies of your passport and immigration documents. You can also present your FM-T, FM-2 and FM-3. A copy of your marriage license and copies of any utility bills or rental agreement are accepted forms of paperwork also. You have to apply during specific times throughout the year. January, July, August and February are the months open for application into the system. Once you are accepted, you will receive an Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS) card. This card means you are accepted for life as long as you pay the annual fee. Once you receive a card, you must go to an IMSS clinic where you will be assigned a doctor and also be told the time of day in which you may come in for appointments.

The coverage is quite broad and certainly covers the needs of most. The system covers primary doctor exams, preventative care, consultations, diagnostic tests, hospitalization, surgical costs, prescription medications and dental plus optical coverage at certain places.

While most basic and emergency needs are met, there are pre-existing conditions that are not covered. There are also conditions that are not covered immediately. Benign breast tumors are not covered during the first six months of enrollment. The birth of a child is also not covered during the first ten months. Some pre-existing conditions that will not fall under your Mexican Social Security coverage include: cancer, malignant tumors, chronic diseases, liver disease, kidney disease, heart disease, lung disease, stroke, neurological disorders, drug or alcohol dependency, psychiatric illness, HIV/AIDS and particular traumatic or muscle injuries that still require long term treatment or care.

While the lists of exclusions may seem long, it is recommended that the average traveler invest in the plan to cover unforeseen costs during vacations. Anyone staying in the country longer than one month will want to sign up. Also, most of the clinics are very limited in their understanding of English. Therefore, if you do have to go to one of the clinics for care, you should either be very comfortable with your level of Spanish or take a translator with you. When you consider the low costs and the level of care the plan can cover, it is easy to see why so many find it better to be safe than sorry when it comes to buying into the Mexican Social Security plan.

SAN FELIPE - Flights into San Felipe

Possibility of Flights into San Felipe

The first meeting was held between the Committee of Tourism and Conventions Mexicali (COTUCO) and Aéreocalafia in order to present the interest in creating a route from Tijuana to San Felipe as part of an exclusive service to the northwest market.

Since the time and distance of the Tijuana-San Felipe road is sometimes a determining factor for the tourist to travel to other destinations, the objective of this effort is to attract tourists from the coastal area of the state to the warm waters and climate of San Felipe, putting the San Felipe port on the map as a choice of leisure and recreation.

Aéreocalafia is an airline that operates flights to the ports of Guaymas Sonora, Puerto Peñasco Sonora and Los Cabos Baja California Sur, and the airline wants to be the connection between the cities of the northwest states of Baja.

For this reason, the general manager of Aéreocalafia, Ricardo Anaya, is taking into account their experience in connecting Northwest Baja to the country. He said that the proposal made by the director of the Tourism Committee, David Rojas, is quite viable as a way to increase the flow of visitors to the port of San Felipe.

LORETO - 1st Annual Optimist Golf Tournament

1st Annual Optimist Golf Tournament

“Golfing for KIDS”
Wednesday, July 14th
8AM – 9 Hole Shotgun Start

Entry $100 USD includes lunch & prizes

Sign up at Augie’s Bar on the Malecon or email

All proceeds to Optimist Club of Loreto for Loreto’s Children
Sponsored by: Optimist Club of Loreto And HOMEX

Inn at Loreto Bay SPECIAL - 3 nights for total of $90.00 USD
Call: for reservations 613-133-0010