A resource for nature lovers, environmental stewards, explorers, sustainable lifestyle advocates & community activists. Enjoy this compilation of stories from our travels across the globe told through blogs, pictures & video.
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It’s been 7 years since we took the decision to move up to the mountain and give this thing a try. That was the best decision we ever made and paid off in so many unique and unexpected ways.
We’d like to wish you all a Happy New Year and offer some inspiration for 2024, in the form of a guidebook we’ve been working on for several weeks now.
We’re so excited to announce that it’s FINALLY available to you, for FREE.
We hope you’re enjoying our series on Baja & today we’ll be sharing some of the highlights we couldn’t cover in our other posts.
As we make our way back to San Felipe from Cabo Pulmo, we always try to stop by Santa Rita hot springs. This majestical place is just north of Los Cabos & around the corner from the small village of San Jorge. The road to the springs is not paved but still manageable without a 4x4. There are numerous hot spring pools, beautiful ponds & waterfalls that you can immerse yourself in.
On this particular Baja trip, we made our way back to La Paz to visit Isla Espiritu Santo & La Lobera, which we’ve been meaning to explore for a while.
We have some very exciting company developments to share with our Glamping tribe!
Following up on our last post, we make our way down to Cabo Pulmo from La Paz. This is about anther 2-3 hour drive south, as we reach the tip of Baja California where the Mar de Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean.
This place is a national park and teeming with marine bio-diversity and coral reefs. It is a United Nations world heritage site and a Mecca for snorkelers and divers. The abundance of marine life, reefs and pelagic species brings people from all over the world to explore these waters.