Baja Oasis Motel

Hwy 1. Km. 72.5, San Ignacio, Baja California, 23940, Mexico | Motel
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Location

This motel, located on Hwy 1. Km. 72.5, San Ignacio, is near Santa Rosalia, Isla Los Islotes, Sierra de San Francisco, and Las Animas.
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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

Planes, tranes, & burros?

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jun 15, 2010

6 comments, 85 photos

... of San Ignacio. It is estimated that some of the cave art paintings in the area date back almost 11,000 years.

Indigenous Cochimi painters decorated high rock overhangs with vivid red and black representations of human figures, bighorn sheep, pumas, and deer ,as well as more abstract designs. It is speculated that the painters built scaffolds of palm logs to reach the ceilings. The existence of the ...

Oasis (san ignacio)

A travel blog entry by 2monkeys on Mar 31, 2008

7 photos

Here we are in san ignacio. baja, mexico. we're in a little camsite by a lakeside, soaking up the rays under a grove of date palms in the middle of the desert. This is the only oasis for miles. After flying down the west coast of america in 4 days (including a day in san francisco) it's nice to have a lie down we've ended up having to ditch our ...

A ride with Rodolfo

A travel blog entry by sammygrim on Nov 23, 2007

... in in my life. Good old Rodolfo took me an hour down the road to Ejido Vizcaino, an agricultural oasis in the middle of the desert. He regaled me with stories from his 30-year trucking career then left me at a dusty gas station where I found my most exciting ride of the ...

Hasta la vista ballenas

A travel blog entry by jknee on Apr 15, 2007

... the third room would be ready for us upon our return, and treated us to free margaritas for the night. It worked for us! The valley of the cirios was as spectacular as ever. The cirios seem to bend and curl as if inspired by a Picasso or Miro. Other desert blooms were also in flower, making the drive through the valley a spectacular journey. ...

Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by greg-adrienne on Feb 12, 2007

2 comments, 12 photos

... we were lulled into inaction watching the pelicans, dolphins, etc., by the hot days, by the cold beer and by Adrienne´s cooking (she has mastered cheese quesadillas on the coleman stove! - she is going to make someone a good wife one day). Although the temperature was hot during the days, toques were still required at night. We then moved on to the big city, Guerrero Negro, a town of 8,000 on the border between Baja Norte and Baja Sur. The town is close to a ...