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Baja California Sur (Southern Baja) - Travel Video.
VHS/NTSC. Travelview International. Baja California Sur...a vast land filled with intense contrast. This desert peninsula, once an isolated hideaway for wealthy anglers, is now accessible to everyone. Visit Indian caves in the northern mountains or explore centuries-old Spanish missions in oasis villages. Enjoy an Old-West mining town with a French influence, Santa Rosalia. Drive the rugged Baja desert to the enchanted city of La Paz, famous for romantic nights. Head out for the legendary fishing of the Sea of Cortez. Battle a mighty marlin off the coast of Los Cabos. Or fish for yellow-tail, sea bass, grouper, red snapper, and tigerfish. In the sea, find magnificent rock formations at the tip of the Baja Peninsula where the Pacific Ocean converges with the Sea of Cortez. Carved by the relentless sea are the formations known as Al Arco, "The Arch"; Neptune's Finger; and La Ventana, "The Window." 60 minutes Come to Baja California Sur, where you can find rugged beauty and modern amenities.
La Paz and the Sea of Cortez - Travel Video.
VHS/NTSC. Travelview International. La Paz: Pearl of the Pacific on the Mexican Peninsula of Baja California and the Sea or Cortez. Famous long ago among treasure seekers for exotic pearls, La Paz today retains a provincial atmosphere and cherishers its old colonial structures. Stroll down El Malecon, the palm-lined boulevard overlooking the bay. Explore the Central Plaza. Visit the cathedral of Our Lady of La Paz and the old Spanish Territorial Capital, and mingle with the city's gentle, friendly people. Renowned world-wide for deep sea fishing, the Sea of Cortez yields Pacific marlin and other fine fighting game fish. Friendly dolphin accompany the fishing boats. Scuba divers swim beside playful sea lions. Water-skiers glide across the smooth bay. At night, a live band entertains until dawn in one of the nightclubs or discos. 40 minutes La Paz: City of Peace.
Los Cabos - Travel Video.
VHS/NTSC. Travelview International. Los Cabos, known as "The Capes", is located on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. It is where the desert meets the sea: and the Pacific Ocean converges with the Sea of Cortex, creating the world's greatest fish trap. Anglers come year round for marlin, tuna, sea trout, grouper, shark and dolphin fish. Both amateur and world-class fishermen compete in international fishing tournaments held annually. Explore natural wonders along the coastal shore; see Al Arco, the famous rock arch at "Land's End." Catch a glimpse of sea lions frolicking on the rocks, or follow the path of explorer Jacques Cousteau to the clear depths of the Sea of Cortez. Enjoy excellent conditions for windsurfing and sailing, plus the Baja's endless succession of sunny days. Discover Los Cabos: Mexico's last vacation frontier - a land of posh coastal resorts at the end of the rugged desert. 40 minutes Discover Los Cabos!
Baja California's Best Kept Secret - Travel Video.
$19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : PASS383
DVD. Passport to Adventure No timeshare hawkers, high rises or massive resorts, just quiet coves and pristine islands for kayaking, enchanting desert for mountain biking, the original California missions, and an unspoiled Mexican town. Hosts Julie Conover and Mark Jennings kayak the Sea of Cortez, ride mules through the hinterland, and visit "ranchos" owned for generations by the same families, getting intimately acquainted with the landscape, the history and the people of Baja California.
Baja and the Sea of Cortez Mexico - Travel Video.
$19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : PASS384
DVD. Passport to Adventure. The port of La Paz, Mexico is the launching point for this aquatic discovery. Julie &Mark frolic with the playful sea lions, a protected species once slaughtered for their skins, now a favorite with snorkelers. On the Isle of Espiritu Santo they meet a giant squid, climb strange rock formations and kayak picturesque bays in the Sea of Cortez. Back on the mainland, they hop on mountain bikes to experience the desert and meet some nomadic surf rats on a quest for waves. The highlight of this trip is a face to face encounter with the magnificent Gray Whales that each year make the migration to Magdalena Bay to give birth. On tiny "ponga" boats Mark &Julie share magical moments with these forty ton mothers and their inquisitive calves.
Ocean Oasis - Nature Video - Blu-ray DVD.
Presented in the spectacular IMAX format, OCEAN OASIS goes beyond the normal study of oceans with visually stimulating ... Full Description photography. This journey takes the viewer from under the Sea Of Cortes in Mexico to over the Baja California desert to witness underwater life up close and great landscapes from afar. Migrating whales, courting terns, elephant seals , snow capped mountains, and palm oases are all highlighted in this wonderful look at nature.
Mexico: Baja and the West Coast - Travel Video.
VHS/NTSC. AAA Travel Video. Mexico's west coast and the Baja Peninsula - the flavor and excitement of a perfect Latin American holiday. Visit the proclaimed resort destinations of Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa, and Cabo San Lucas. Stroll along the beaches, enjoying the myriad of water sports. Thrill to the spectacle of cliff divers plunging into the sea. Uncover shopping treasures amidst the intriguing street markets. Through brilliant video footage and narration, indulge yourself in an armchair vacation to the region synonymous with fun in the sun.
Baja: Mexico's Cactus Forest - Travel Video.
VHS/NTSC. National Geographic. Only the fiercest hunters and most ingenious adapters survive in Mexico's Baja Peninsula, where years may pass without a drop of rain. Towering above them all is the ten-ton giant cactus, the cardon, centerpiece of this community of strange and wonderful life forms. From the deadly scorpion lurking in the sand to the lowly cactus mouse making a home among thorns, each creature has specially adapted to this harsh place. Baja's rhythms of life also unfold in the neighboring Sea of Cortes, where manta rays and sea turtles glide past islands that are splendidly isolated from the mainland. Unlock the key to survival in this alien Mexican landscape, truly one of the World's Last Great Places. 60 minutes
Fishing Los Cabos - Travel Video.
Travelview International. Fishing... Los Cabos, known as "The Capes," is the sport fishing capital of the west. Located on the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula, where the desert, Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez converge, Los Cabos magnetizes visitors with an endless succession of sunny days. Here in the world's greatest fish trap, in waters year-round, schools of marlin, sailfish, dorado, grouper, shark and tuna provide great fishing. Whether bait fishing for roosterfish or trolling for the mighty blue marlin, anglers rarely return from the sea without a fish or a story. Both amateur and world-class fishermen compete annually in international fishing tournaments. Stroll along miles of picture-perfect beaches; see El Arco, the famous rock arch at "Lands End." Watch sea lions, whales and friendly dolphin frolic in the surf. Explore the Cape's meandering underwater valleys. Relax at lovers' beach, Playa Del Amor. 45 minutes Discover Los Cabos: Mexico's year-round sport fishing haven.