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Dorado Need Your Help

Date: 6/2/2015

Thousands of tons of illegally caught dorado are being exported to the USA, despite being a species reserved exclusively for...

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Valentine's Day In Cabo

Date: 2/9/2015

When it comes to romance, Los Cabos has always been a favorite place with many couples traveling to Cabo just for that reason: to celebrate their love for each other. For romantic, intoxicating views and alluring appeal, the scenery in and around Cabo San Lucas is to die...

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Trouble Ahead For Dolphin Shows

Date: 1/27/2015

Dolphin shows are extremely popular with tourists visiting Los Cabos, but new legislation suggests that they may have some issues ahead in the shape of the recent adoption of the amendment to Article 60 of the General Wildlife Act which prohibits the use of marine mammals in traveling shows within...

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Calamari Consume Cortez

Date: 11/19/2014

A few decades ago there were no Humboldt squid to be found in the Sea of Cortez…now there are estimated to be over 20 million. The drop in the numbers of sharks seem to be the cause of the Humboldt’s population explosion – the vacuum left in the food chain by...

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Sea Lion Saved

Date: 8/12/2014

If you've been out and about on the Cabo San Lucas marina recently you may have seen the injured sea lion hanging out day after day at the "P" Dock. Tourists have been paying lots of attention to it, including a flurry of requests for help via social networks such as...

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Economic Impact of Sport Fishing in Los Cabos

Date: 7/14/2014

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico - It was once a small, quiet fishing destination at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja peninsula, but a recently released socio-economic study that reports the enormous effect sport fishing tourism brings to the area - over a billion dollars a year - is reverberating through the...

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Many Ways to Celebrate Father's Day in Cabo

Date: 5/30/2014

Father’s Day is upon us! For all those Papas in Los Cabos for June 15th, fear not: your celebration is bound to be a good one. The Baja California Sur playground is ready to fulfill the most adventurous of desires. Whether by deep sea fishing, zip-lining, or off-road touring, dads can...

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Children's Day in Cabo

Date: 4/17/2014

Ask any school age Mexican child and he will tell you that Día del Niño (Children’s Day) is April 30th. Though it isn’t a holiday per se, the date is recognized throughout the country as a day of celebration for all the nation’s children. Though a foreign concept to most American...

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A Family Spring Break: Avoiding the Pitfalls

Date: 1/28/2014

What does spring break meant to you? Your answer may not be the same as the next reader’s. Some of that may have to do with your age, but nothing will shape your opinion more than whether or not you are a parent. If you have small children, your spring break choices will not be the same as a college kid. That doesn’t mean you don’t need to get away. With the weather this winter, you’ve probably suffered long enough. The days have been short, dark and cold. The commute to work has turned into a nightmare, forcing you to leave earlier...

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Cabo Killers At Play

Date: 1/13/2014

Los Cabos is widely known as one of the top whale watching destinations in the world. Tourists come from all over North America each winter, not only to escape from the cold and the snow, but to get out on the water and get close to the whales. This annual Cabo...

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