We’ve been traveling full-time in North America since February 2014. This is where we gained confidence and skills to attempt international overlanding farther afield.
“Beware of flowers in the desert.” -Brittany’s ancient proverb Another weekend, another marvelous wild camping spot on the Baja Peninsula. After being tempted by the Punta Chivato camping spot on
Stunning Misión San Ignacio Now south of Guerrero Negro, we’re officially in Baja California Sur–the southern state on the Baja Peninsula. While we’ve enjoyed most of our stops so far,
Guerrero Negro tends to be an exciting milestone for most overlanders, since it’s just south of the state line in Baja California Sur. It’s a great place to get fuel
Overlanding certainly isn’t about rock-crawling, but it naturally leads off-road as you push your personal limits. When I first read about the trail to Misión San Borja on Expedition Portal,
After our near escape from the tidal forces of Gonzaga Bay, we headed to Bahía de Los Ángeles, 110 miles to the south on the Baja Peninsula.
Gonzaga Bay. I’d heard about its beauty for so long, and now I was going to see it for myself. I enjoyed our stay in San Felipe and could’ve stayed
Day two in Baja! I can’t believe how much ground we’ve covered already. You’d think we’re rushing, but we really have no agenda and have been loving the whole experience.