If you’ve lived in, or visited the Todos Santos area, it is possible you have heard about, or even seen, the 40 ft. rock tunnel that goes to the private beach nestled in between the cliffs at Rancho El Gaspareno point.
The 2015 Todos Santos Mango Fest, the most successful in memory, was held July 31-August 2 on the newly paved Calle Brisas del Pacifico, which is across the street from La Esquina Restaurant.
If you think you know a thing or two about this delicious fruit, think again. A visit to the festival will heighten your appreciation for what can be done in the name of mangoes.
Where to get Satellite TV in Todos Santos? Check out this mobile sales, service, and installation business!
When you make the hurricane watch webpage your homepage, when you smell the infectious odor of mangoes everywhere, and when you switch to SPF 80+ you know summer time has begun in Todos Santos. Yes, it’s true that summer in Todos does bring along with it some mean storms, hot days, humid nights, and extra […]
Aaron sees La Katrina as part of the surf/skate community. When you find yourself in his store it’s hard to argue he hasn’t succeeded.
Mainly known for its dry, barren terrain, “where the desert meets the sea”, streams and lakes are rarely seen in the Baja. One lake was recently spotted only 10 minutes from Todos Santos on a flight just South of town.
Quick tips on preparing your family, home, and car.
There are several reasons why investors and tourists have begun showing interest in the small town of Todos Santos. Here are a few… 1. It’s a Pueblo Magico Todos Santos was recently designated a “Pueblo Magico” in 2006 by Mexico’s Secretariat of Tourism, based on its cultural beauty and historical relevance, which keep tourists coming […]
Without leaving the heart of the town, one can awaken to a cacophony of bird songs at Las Casitas on Rangel between Hidalgo and Obregón, where the tropical gardens of this former nursery host orioles (Scott’s and hooded), house finches, Western tanagers, northern mockingbirds, cactus wrens, Xantu’s hummingbirds, Wilson’s warblers, gila woodpeckers, and, warming their […]