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 Baja Tourism Secretary Announces New Campaign

Oscar Escobedo Carignan, the Secretary of Tourism for the state of Baja California, Mexico, announces the implementation of a new campaign to promote tourism throughout the state of Baja. Rosarito artesan furniture event is part of initial campaign efforts.

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico (PRWEB) August 24, 2008 -- In a statement issued in the just-released August/September issue of Baja Breeze magazine, Oscar Escobedo Carignan, the Secretary of Tourism for Baja California, Mexico, announced that the government is implementing a new promotional campaign to encourage tourism in the state of Baja.

Escobedo noted that this new effort has been designated as "do Baja". The initial campaign efforts are being launched primarily throughout Mexico and the United States, and focus on activities that are specific to Baja, such as gray whale-watching during their migration periods; sport-fishing; boating, bicycling, and off-road races; tours of the emerging Mexico wine country; historic tourism, featuring Spanish missions and exploration of prehistoric cave paintings, as well as the more traditional pastimes of shopping for silver, ceramic-ware and art, and native and handcrafted items from area artisans and regional Indian tribes.

The goal of "do Baja", says Escobedo, is to increase awareness of Baja's many destination locations, as well as to highlight opportunities for continued development in ecotourism, as well as the culinary, wine, olive oil and cheese industries. In addition, a special thrust will be made to promote conventions and meetings in Baja.

Among the first activities to be promoted as part of "do Baja" is Rosarito's Home & Furniture Expo, September 4-7, at the new Pabellon Rosarito Grande. This three-day extravaganza features vendors, a Tequila Show, wines from Baron Balche, and food festivals including Paella (Saturday, September 6) and Steak and Lobster (Sunday, September 7). The event is sponsored by AFAMARO,, a trade association formed recently in Rosarito Beach by manufacturers of fine and rustic furniture in wood and wrought iron, artisans and accessory dealers. Many of these vendors represent familial businesses that began decades ago in northern Baja and that have preserved a legacy of artesenal quality in the crafts and arts of Mexico.

Escobedo believes that what has been referred to as the 'Baja Bloom' is not over. He cites the fact that there are currently more than 100 residential and tourism developments under construction, comprised of approximately 23,000 condominiums and living units. He adds that Baja is the third most important destination for cruise line arrivals in Mexico, with more than 500,000 passengers arriving in the port of Ensenada, alone, this year.

To see Secretary Escobedo's statement in its entirety, visit


San Felipe - an attractive Venture Opportunity

Playa de Oro provides a front row seat to what Jacques Cousteau  called, "the aquarium of the World", which is the Sea of Cortez.

Sea of Cortez: The nutrient-rich marine environment shelters the planet's highest whale diversity, nearly 900 species of fish and 34 marine mammal species--82 percent of all those found in the Pacific Northwest. Its more than one million acres of mangroves and coastal lagoons provide a critical nesting ground for hundreds of resident and migratory species.

San Felipe is poised on the pinnacle of a development and tourism explosion. Join with us as we ensure this growth is done responsibly.

San PedroNatural Assets: Perched on the northwestern shore of the beautiful Sea of Cortez, San Felipe lays claim to miles and miles of pristine white sand beaches, and has the majestic San Pedro Martyr Mountains to its back. An ecological biosphere, The Sea of Cortez is the largest protected whale sanctuary in the World and the mouth of the sea is patrolled and protected by Mexican, USA, and Green Peace Ships.

Modern Amenities: A new trauma center complete with state-of-the-art diagnostic capabilities including -

  • Laboratory, surgical wing, and full-care facilities;
  • Ambulance and airlift for those wishing or needing immediate U.S. medical care;
  • Excellent pharmaceutical prices

Being a tourist town, the local people welcome the many outsiders that come into town each year and most speak some English. There are numerous recreational and social pursuits to provide an active retirement lifestyle. Life is so comfortable here that many transplants now consider San Felipe their main home.

The foresight of PARKSTRONG in developing their land into an environmentally-friendly subdivision, making it a reasonable and affordable investment, and ensuring a safe and secure community puts Playa de Oro and San Felipe on the charts for venture opportunity.

At a recent developers meeting the Mexican EPA, Profepa, announced that Playa de Oro was the only development in San Felipe that was following all the environmental rules!

As an investment, great vacation haven, or an affordable retirement alternative, Playa de Oro -

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