Stories

Mulegé Riverfest

I recently chatted with Brian from Mulege Brewing over margaritas about a new event he has planned (we were at El Candil so blame Manuel if the details are fuzzy). Mulegé Riverfest will be an all-day festival Saturday, March 12th starting at 10:30am at Jungla Jims Restaurant on the River KM 133. It will be…

Animal Shelter in Mulege

This post comes from Anthony who is interested in starting an animal shelter in Mulege! The time has come to care for the animals properly It is too much work for any one of us but together we can provide a safe place for them until a forever home is found. The first bilingual meeting…

Wrapping up 2021

!Feliz Año Nuevo! Happy New Year! Thanks to everyone for visiting heymulege.com and our Facebook page this past year. I created the site to help local businesses and promote sustainable tourism in the area. It was a challenging year for everyone but especially a tough time to be running a small business here that depends…

Top Tips for Traveling to Baja

Planning on driving down into the Baja peninsula this season? Good call. Hopefully we have been able to tempt you into coming to the beautiful little oasis town of Mulege. Here are our top tips: FMM Bring your valid passport and get your tourist card or FMM (Forma Migratoria Multiple). You can purchase the card…

Welcome to The Bay of Conception

This guide by Roger originally appeared on the Baja Nomad Forum in 2015. Bahia Concepcion – It doesn’t get much better that this! This is about a road trip along the western shore of Conception Bay and also a boat trip through the same. I’ve taken photos of all the beaches and their attractions. I’d…

Working Remotely

Remote work – aka telecommuting – has become increasingly popular over the years as technology and jobs have made it possible to work from anywhere. The pandemic further accelerated the remote work trend and showed employers that many jobs could be done remotely and maybe even more productively as the numbers indicated in the past…

Baja Like Nowhere Else

By Josiah Roe – (the gringo with the green van) Everyone has that moment on their first trip into the “real” Baja: that joyous intersection of not-Cabo and/or not-Tijuana with a vista so expansive and otherworldly and breathtaking you have to pull over; your heart as big as your eyes and your smile. For many,…

Last Christmas

Last December 23rd, for the third year in a row, our neighbors Garry and Marilyn Dennis and their friends brought Christmas to life in the valley west of Mulege. Garry dressed as Santa, passing out candy and hugs to the kids and abuelas. His sled was a flatbed trailer with Christmas lights and music. The…

Our Organic Valley

Did you know the valley west of Mulege is all organic? It’s not well-publicized, but if you venture out onto the dirt roads of the valley, you can find fresh organic produce, organic eggs, goat cheese, and even an organic winery. Produce Alejandro’s farm out by the Hacienda de La Habana RV Park is a…

The Old Spanish Mission at Mulegé

By David Kier 1705 was an ambitious year for the Jesuits, the Catholic Order who had the ambitious hope to Christianize a new land for the King of Spain, Philip V. Following the establishment of the first two California missions at Loreto (1697) and San Javier (1699), the Jesuits had the financing and priests available…