Whether you are looking for adventure or relaxation BAJA is a hidden treasure that world travelers have kept to themselves for years! Today, visitors in Baja are exploring the limitless possibilities that this piece of heaven on earth has to offer.
Vibrant night life awaits you. Tijuana has fabulous bars and restaurants that will entertain you for days. The local casino is a must when you visit. For all you beer drinkers out there, Tijuana is the epicenter of artisanal beers in all of Mexico. Being a border city, it displays a historic view of two merging cultures. Fun Fact: birthplace of Caesar salad!
Beautiful rocky roads will lead you to dreamy views and streams. La Rumorosa is a popular town known for their artisanal bread and delicious local food. Here you can enjoy a serene evening stargazing and/or have an outdoor evening under the bright moonlight. Fun Fact: birthplace of the world known Tecate beer.
Just a short ride from the US border this place was the go-to place for old Hollywood celebrities and nothing has changed since then! You can surf, snorkel and go deep sea diving! Or perhaps you would rather enjoy a nice hike and roast marshmallows on a bonfire while camping. For foodies this place is gastronomy heaven! Puerto Nuevo has THE best lobsters in all of MEXICO! as well as multiple food festivals through out the year.
Known for its sandy dunes, they are the perfect playground for atv’s and sand boarding. Bright blue beaches in San Felipe provide a calm atmosphere for travelers who are looking for a serene stay. Mexicali is a calm and quaint town full of history. You can enjoy your day walking around visiting museums and the Guadalupe Cathedral built in 1940.
You can arrive directly at its port or enjoy a drive through scenic routes with the Pacific on the side as your companion. Home to Off Road events like the Baja 1000, Baja 500, Baja 400, Baja 250. You will find your self at the beginning of 1500 miles of open road and routes to explore and conquer. This is an off roaders dream come true. “La Bufadora” is an not only an iconic maritime geyser but one of the third largest in the world. Witnessing this in person is truly a magical experience. Valle de Guadalupe offers a variety of vineyards that bring great competition to California wineries. Mexican wines are gaining great recognition in the world thanks to the rich soil and fantastic climate. With its multiple quaint towns you won’t run out of options! Wake up to the sound of waves crashing and the sea breeze and let that set the tone to your day.
By far one of the most popular places in BAJA. wether you are looking to party or relax this place offers the best of both worlds! It is bright and lively! Although Cabo is a spring breaker’s dream with multiple bars and plenty of night life, don’t let this deter you from enjoying all it has to offer. There are many beautiful resorts and gorgeous restaurants overlooking the beach. Known for its famous rocky arches, you can enjoy a boat ride and do some exploring or enjoy them from afar while sitting on the beach sipping cocktails and enjoying fresh seafood. Cabo offers a plethora of water activities like snorkeling, water skiing, paddle boarding, parasailing etc.
This small town is fantastic for deep sea fishing! You can catch your fish and have the local restaurants prepare it for you! During weekends locals gather at the outdoor market in the main plaza. An hour drive up the mountains you can visit the historic 17th century church Misión de Nuestra Señora de Loreto
Welcome to the Sea of Cortez! This place is full of charm! Filled with small streets and plenty restaurants La Paz is the idle place for long walks on the beach. Although it provides water activities like snorkeling and deep sea fishing, La Paz is mostly known for whale sighting and swimming with sea lions. It’s biodiversity and marine life will leave you astonished! A short boat ride will lead you to the magical island Espiritu Santo that’s surrounded by turquoise clear waters.
This remote town is perfect for beach bums. If you are looking for complete relaxation and tranquil environment this is the place for you! Surround your self with the beautiful crystalline waters like the ones from Bahia de Concepcion. Visit the abandoned lighthouse, or sumerge your self in the picturesque town of Santa Rosalia and it’s history.
Av. José de Jesús Clark Flores
Azteca 22820 Ensenada, B.C. México
+1 (664) 246.2907
1110 Erick Dr.
Corona, CA 92881
Phone : + 1 (951) 818.6613