Given the quality and depth of the creativity in Todos Santos, its no surprise that many others have been able to capture its nature beauty much better than me. Everyone sees the town through a different lens anyhow. Here’s some great blog posts I stumbled onto over the years covering journeys in and around Todos Santos and Baja. For those who have never visited, they may give you some flavor. For those who know the area well, perhaps you can see your stomping ground in a new light. Please email with others here.
1. Baja’s Wild Side
By Susan Hack – Conde Nast Traveler, June 2005
A traveler explains her journey across Baja, California and parts of Mexico, including Todos Santos. Resorts, whales, mountains, canyons, deserts biomes and the food available here are the main attraction in this very details article.
2. Practical Creativity
By Chris Willis – Personal Blog
In my last post on our journey in the life of Cuco’s sandals, my daughter, Johna, and I were on the road to Todos Santos. We had misread the map (which incidentally did not tellus it was not to scale) and what we had naively expected to …
3. Tequila Sunrise
By Meri in Todos Santos (personal blog)
It’s an amazing little restaurant right across the street from. The Hotel California. We’d been tipped off by a shopkeeper that it was “the” place to eat but I have to say that when I saw the sign on the wall …
Ira Nevius (personal blog)
One of the most content rich sites on the “real” Baja lifestyle.
General Information about in and around Todos Santos, BCS. Sorry, how can I not?
6. Travels with Terry
Todos Santos: a Baja Oases (Nov 2007)
Todos Santos: an artists’ colony surrounded by desert but only a couple of miles from the Pacific. Weaving his way through a thorn forest of jumping chollas, cardon cactus and elephant trees, Sergio Jauregui paused when he reached a cliff-top view of the Pacific Ocean.
7. Todos Santos
Timothy Ford (June 2007)
Near the end of the trail lies Todos Santos. Halfway between Cabo San Lucas and La Paz, on the Pacific side of Mexico’s Baja California, it seems like another dusty village. But the air is unlike any other place I’ve been, light and clear like the high desert …
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