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ICTP welcomes Baja.com as destination member to alliance

HALEIWA, Hawaii, USA & BRUSSELS, Belgium - The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) announced that Baja.com has joined the organization, representing the Baja California peninsula, Mexico,

Triple play for ResortCom

SAN DIEGO, California – ResortCom International LLC has announced the addition of three new contracts in Baja Mexico.

Tourists scrambling to get out of Los Cabos as Tropical Storm...

Tourists are scrambling to find flights out of Los Cabos on the Baja Peninsula as Tropical Storm Rick approaches from the southwest.

Baja ‘war zone’ can be bonanza for tourists

As we drive through a military roadblock, a young machine gun-toting Mexican marine shouts in Spanish for us to slow down while a half dozen other heavily-armed marines watch, but we are waved through

Tourists flee Baja California as Hurricane Jimena approaches

Powerful Hurricane Jimena is barreling toward the southern tip of Mexico's Baja, California peninsula, scaring away tourists and forcing authorities to evacuate thousands of reluctant residents from p

Events give boost to Baja tourism

ROSARITO BEACH – For 32 surfers from as far as Venezuela and Puerto Rico, last weekend's Pro-Am Surfing Contest was a chance to vie for $10,000 in prize money.

Baja, land of drug wars, tries to keep tourists coming

Luring the usual millions of U.S.

Baja tourist bid enters crisis mode

TIJUANA – With cross-border visits showing marked declines, business and tourism officials in Baja California are going into full-scale damage control in hopes of regaining ground lost over the past year.“The image of the security problem has hit the state very badly,” said Baja California's tourism secretary, Oscar Escobedo Carignan.

eTN Inbox: Assault on American tourists

Having just returned from Baja (Los Cabos, I can tell you that this story on assaults on American tourists is blown way out of proportion. (I couldn't read the whole story, so perhaps it only refers to northern Baja??)1. The area was jam packed with American tourists. Claiming 100 percent capacity, hotels, condos, and other residence options were pretty much at capacity.