About Baja





* Adventure Mexican Insurance Services
http://www.mexadventure.com
Adventure Mexican Insurance provides quality auto insurance from several Mexican insurance companies. This allows you to quickly compare rates and coverage so you can easily choose the best price and coverage for you! Our goal is to provide the quickest and easiest online system for purchasing and printing your Mexican insurance so you can relax and concentrate on having fun in Mexico!

* Binational Emergency Medical Care Committee
http://www.binationalemergency.org
If a U.S. citizen who is a BEMCC member becomes ill or injured while visiting Mexico, they can call (619) 425-5080 for immediate transport. Binational Emergency Medical Care Committee (BEMCC) was formed because there were transportation and medical complications that made it very difficult for individuals traveling to Mexico to receive medical care. BEMCC is a stepping stone, connecting the Mexico to the U.S. via rapid emergency transport. Binational Emergency is a dynamic non-profit organization that has been in existence since 1976. The organization's founder, Celia G. Diaz, has committed herself to the ultra-humanitarian effort of saving lives.
THIS ORGANIZATION CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE!

* The Peoples Guide to Mexico
http://www.peoplesguide.com/
We include the peoples guide site as it has much info on baja and is without peer!
The People's Guide to Mexico
Safe & Easy Travel: The People's Guide to Mexico website is all about Mexico -- live or retire, travel, study, work, explore or just kick back on the beach in a hammock. Discover why hundreds of thousands of people who read and use the award-winning book, The People's Guide to Mexico, say they wouldn't travel without it. Ajijic, Baja, Copper Canyon, Lake Chapala, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Escondido, San Carlos Bay, San Miguel de Allende, Chiapas, Belize.... and Many More Places HERE!

* Viva Baja !!!
http://www.vivabaja.com/
Baja California: land of boulders, boojums, & beautiful beaches. Come and join David Kier on any of his many Baja adventures. Complete with a photo diary and comments on the wonders of Baja. This site is not to be missed by anyone desiring adventure and a complete introduction of off road adventure. The 'bajamissions' section is one of the most complete photo expeditions of the Baja Missions with co operation of many well known enthusasts!.

* TalkBaja
http://www.talkbaja.com/
Baja Travel and Retirement Forum. Message Board - Much information - A must for travelers!

* Baja Weather
http://www.eebmike.com/
Baja Weather. Much information, links and satellite images. A must for travelers!

* Baja GPS Maps for Garmin
http://www.lbmaps.com/
GPS loadable maps of Baja! Explore this site!! It has great road/street and trail detail, lots of Pemex stations, landmarks, and other info for the Baja traveler. Compact file size uses less GPS memory and it works equally well on color or monochrome screens. This map works excellent in the eTrex Legend, 60, 76, GPS-V, Rino 120/130 and other monochrome or color screen GPS's.

* Mexico Car Rental
http://www.courtesyauto.com/
San Diego (US) based car rental with discounts and high quality service. Coches de alquiler en San Diego. Se habla espanol. • Excellent rates • Special online reservation rates • AAA and corporate discounts • Personalized Service • One minute online reservation • Mexico Insurance • Airport pickup • U.S. coverage • Fluent in English and Spanish • Cash and Credit Card Payments

* Amigos de los Ninos
http://www.angelfire.com/or3/ladyolden/
Amigos de los Ninos was started in 1989 and was incorporated in 1991 as one of the first, non-profit organizations created by the people living in Cabo to give back to the needy families of Cabo.

* Baja Times, including Baja Tourist Guide
http://www.BajaTimes.com
Newspaper about Baja California.

* Mexican Auto Services
http://www.mexicanautoservices.com
24 hr roadside services with towing back to the U.S.
Finally, the fear of a roadside breakdown while in Mexico has been eliminated. Mexican Auto Services, Inc. is the only emergency roadside service designed specifically for the Americans traveling in Baja California and Mexico. (other border cities coming soon)

* ASUPMATOMA:
The Association for the Protection of the Environment and the Marine Turtle in Southern Baja

http://www.mexonline.com/tortuga.htm
ASUPMATOMA is a non-profit organization founded in 1980 to preserve the natural beauty and diversity of the Baja Peninsula. It's current focus is on the conservation effort of the endangered marine turtles along the 50 km. stretch of beach from Todos Santos to Cabo San Lucas in Baja California Sur (B.C.S.).

* Baja Bound Insurance Services, Inc.
http://www.bajabound.com/

Mexican Auto Insurance online - Best rates - Member BBB Online Reliability Program

* Baja Talk Radio
http://www.worldtalkradio.com/show.asp?sid=126
Listen to the radio show live or internet-archived as your host Ted Donovan and special guests talk about Baja California.

* Baja Expo
http://www.bajaexpo.com
Bienvenido! Our goal at BAJA EXPO is to provide Baja "Cactus Heads" with the most comprehensive and up-to-date information of all aspects of Baja, Mexico. This site is updated daily!

* Baja Mexico Page
http://www.cabaja.com/baja3.html
Whatever attracts you to Baja, whether it be fishing, surfing, seafood, desert flora, cave paintings, Spanish Missions, whales, or the ever shining sun, you will not be disappointed. Mexico's forgotten peninsula, has been surely rediscovered, yet much of it remains a true frontier bringing millions of visitors per year.

* Baja Peninsula
http://virtualmex.com/baja.htm
A guide to Baja from VirtualMex.

* Baja Quest - Gateway to the Land of Adventure
http://www.bajaquest.com/bajalink.htm
An on-line publication featuring The Baja California Peninsula, Mexico.

* Cook with us
http://www.cookwithus.com
COOK WITH US !!
5 day cooking classes in Todos Santos. "Hands-on" classic Mexican cuisine, includes excursions, guest chefs, accommodations, and meals. Come cook with us and join the fun. Book now for March classes

* Baja Travel Guide
http://www.bajatravel.com/
The premier on-line source for information on the "Magnificent Peninsula".

* Baja Topo Maps
http://www.bajagpsmaps.com
The Baja Topo Software is a topographical map covering all of Baja. If you own, or have seen the Garmin Mapsource U.S. Topo Software, the Baja Topo Software is exactly like that, but covers all of Baja From the U.S. Border to the southernmost tip of Baja to include Cabo San Lucas. If you are traveling to Baja California this Topo map of Baja is exactly what you need on and off road, and fishing. You'll see terrain contour, elevation information, shoreline detail, bathymetric contours, hiking, off road trails and more. You can also use MapSource to create routes and waypoints on your PC and transfer them to

* Ensenada Gazette: Travel Guide to Ensenada, Baja, Mexico
http://www.ensenadagazette.com
Connie Ellig's Gazette on travel and current events in Ensenada, Mexico.
Not to be missed if you travel to Ensenada.

* Baja Travel Guidebook
http://www.bajatravel.com/guidebook/index.html
Good info on cities and traveling the peninsula.

* Bajacalifornia.com
http://www.bajacalifornia.com/
Rated "best website" south of the border by thousands of illegal aliens.

* The Catavina Desert
http://www.baja.org/cabobob/03Ctvna/00Ctvna.htm
Cataviña is surrounded by some fascinating landscape, the Desierto Central de Baja California. Baja's unique Central Desert. Much of the desert is under legal protection, to preserve its biological treasures. Hundreds of species of cactus live here, many of them found nowhere else.

* Consejo Nacional Para La Cultura y Las Artes
http://www.cnca.gob.mx/
The Art and Culture of Mexico

* Escapist.Com -- Baja
http://www.escapist.com/baja/index.html
Baja California, México A Resource Guide for Travelers.

* Fred T. Metcalfs Baja Pages
http://math.ucr.edu/~ftm/bajaInfoPage.html
Information Pages On Baja California. There is information on almost anything you want to know about Baja. Fred's discussion page is a favorite of ours.

* An Interactive Travel Information Site
http://www.knowmexico.com/
Know & Enjoy Mexico. An extensive Mexico database.

* La Reforma Volcano, Baja California
http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/volc_images/north_america/mexico/laref1.html
La Reforma is an old volcano, with no historic eruptions.

* Bienvenidos a tufrontera.com
http://www.tufrontera.com
Live border traffic and the most complete guide to bars and resturants in the region

* Loreto Marine Park
http://www.loreto.com/protect/
Due to the diligent efforts of the Loreto community, the National Loreto Marine Park was created by a Presidential Decree and approved by the Mexican Federal Congress in July, 1996. Creation of regulations from which to manage the park and support for that management was left to the people of Loreto...

* Mexican Auto Insurance
http://www.mexicanautoinsurance.com/
Lewis and Lewis Insurance Agency
Best Mexican Insurance - Auto inlcuding Legal Defense, Bail bond and Fees; Motorhome; Home; Boat; Aircraft: Commercial.

* Online Mexico Insurance
http://www.mexinsure.com
-or- http://www.mexinsure.us
Welcome to Mexico Insurance Services' award-winning website. Within a few clicks you can purchase and print your policy before you leave on your trip. Policies available include Daily, Semi-Annual, and Annual for Motorcycles, Rental Cars, RV's, Trucks and Autos. *territory discounts available.

* Los Medicos Voladores (Flying Doctors)
http://www.flyingdocs.org/
LMV sends Northern California medical teams in small planes on 4-day trips each month to provide medical services in remote parts of Baja. Informative Web site with photos, etc.. See how you can help--Dentists, dental assistants, physicians, optometrists, pilots and interpreters can volunteer for trips!

* Baja Business Consultants
http://www.lawyermex.com
Legal firm specializing in foreigners that plan to live or do business in Baja. We are a listed by the U.S. General Counsel in Tijuana, as a trusted law firm for the Ensenada region.

* Map World - Maps of Baja
http://www.mapworld.com/cart/ProductList.asp?SearchFor=baja&x=11&y=10
Baja California Almanac ­ North Half ­­ !!!New!!! Thirty detailed color topographic maps showing highway mileage, elevations, landforms, bodies of water and other features. This volume covers Baja California Norte from the US border to Guerrero Negro. A companion volume covering Baja California Sur will be published within the next year. 36 pages, 8½ x 11 inches, indexed.

* Mexico Advisory Services
http://www.mexicoadvisoryservices.com/
Tourism Documents for U.S Citizens . . . the easy way ! Allow us to secure all the required documents necessary for you to enter and sport in Mexico. We have been saving time and effort for thousands of Mexico visitors for over 34 years. While we deal with the red tape involved in acquiring tourist cards, fishing licenses and boat permits you are free to plan your adventure with complete peace of mind.

* Mexico Connect
http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/travel/sjensen/sajseaofcortz.html
Oases on the Sea of Cortez, the rugged Baja California peninsula and the Sea of Cortez, or Gulf of California, have been bewitching hardy visitors for decades. Some of the early fans were John Steinbeck and Earl Stanley Gardner, who took time out from Perry Mason to produce a magnificent photo book on the Sea of Cortez and its villages.

* Ministry of Tourism: Mexico
http://mexico-travel.com/
This extensive site is the offical website of the ministry of Tourism of Mexico.

* Photos
http://math.ucr.edu/~ftm/bajaPages/Photos.html
Photo's from Fred Metcalf.

* PlanetaBaja
http://www.planetabaja.com/
Baja news, weather, movies, sports, chat, and City Guides. [In Spanish].

* Stephen Ford Photography
http://www.sfordphoto.com
I regularly travel the length of the Baja peninsula shooting fine art landscape and wildlife images for my stock photography business. Have logged over 16,000 miles in 2 years traveleing in Baja and currently have 5 galleries on my web site devoted exclusively to Baja fine art photography. Do check out these fine galleries:
Bahia San Quintin
Baja Call
Bajacal2
BajaCal3

* The Settlement Company
http://www.settlement-co.com/
Mexico's first Escrow Company with clients throughout Mexico. Consultants on legal and tax problems in the real estate industry

* 1997 Satellite Tracking the Sea Turtles of Baja Project
http://www.cccturtle.org/sat8.htm
A sea turtle project to follow the movement of tagged seaturtles in the Pacific.

* Welcome to the U.S.Customs Site
http://www.customs.ustreas.gov./
This Web site is provided for the convenience of the public, but due to the nature of this medium, only the latest printed version of a law, regulation or Federal Register notice should be considered official.

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