For the more experienced Baja traveler a road trip in this peninsula shows very few surprises as time almost seems to stop in Baja.
Ranches and ranchers are the same all along, the roads are either bad or decent to drive, the beaches are alway beautiful, and fishing, kayaking, sailing, snorkeling or scuba diving are always great.
This year was very different, even the seasoned traveler found things he or she couldn’t answer.
Border crossing to Mexico changed policies overnight, and while these changes didn’t really alter the old way, just added some things to consider when crossing to Mexico from the USA.
So in this article I’m going to focus on these changes, those details that make people worry about a road trip in Baja in 2021 after or even during the COVID 19 pandemic.
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Some of the most common questions asked by travellers are:
These and so many other questions related to this are all over social media and travel forums on the web, and the answer is temporary at best, and often out of date; the best way is to stay updated by constantly checking in to official government websites of both countries.