We’re all looking at our passports these days with longing. Those of us in the United States are in one of the world’s hottest COVID-19 hotspots. The decision on whether or not to resume travel is rife with ethical implications. So should you stay, or should you go?… Read More Pandemic Travel Tips for the Ethical Adventurer
Here at Baja Surf Yoga, we’ve been taking retreat groups to Todos Santos since 2016. We love this town as an intro-to-Mexico destination because it’s perfectly charming, easy to navigate, and offers new travelers a healthy mix of the familiar and unfamiliar.
After years of responding to requests for Todos Santos travel advice, surf and yoga advice, we’ve finally gotten smart and incorporated all our favorite haunts into this here blog. May it be of benefit to you in your travels.… Read More The Baja Surf Yoga Travel Guide for Todos Santos
Here’s something that’s important to us: sustainable travel and moving through the world doing the least harm possible. Yoga’s foundational practice of ethics, as outlined by the yamas and niyamas, puts “do no harm,” or ahimsa, at the top of the list. Hence, at Baja Surf Yoga we put effort into mindfully choosing the locations for each of our Southern Baja adventures. By doing so, we stay true to our yoga first philosophy.… Read More Sustainable Travel: Practicing Ahimsa on the Road
I read a statistic recently on a travel group I follow that approximately 60% of United States Citizens do not have passports. Get your passport if you don’t have one! Travel is important, and it’s important to encourage travel and access to it, for everyone. Here’s three spiritual reasons why…… Read More 3 Spiritual Reasons Why We Should All Have Passports
Blanquita is the name of my truck and man, did she pull through! Here’s the story of our travels from Austin to Southern Baja, accompanied by photos from the road.… Read More Road Trip Log: The Journey from Austin to Southern Baja in Photos
“I believe in science,” says the luchador in the film, Nacho Libre (which was filmed in Oaxaca). According to my logic, this made Oaxaca the perfect place to bring along Florence Williams’ “The Nature Fix” for a week of vacation reading. We stayed in the mountain town of Huayapam just outside the city, perfect for a Mexican… Read More The Nature Fix
There are some cities you fall in love with, even without surf. Loreto is one we love to visit as we travel to and from the waves. With an international airport, it’s easy to get to, and there’s plenty to see and do, making it worth a stay for a night or two, or three.… Read More Adventure in Loreto, Baja Sur