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Baja California


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Baja California

Places to Visit in Baja California

Baja California, also known as Free and Sovereign State of Baja California, is a Mexican State. Located in the north-western of the 31 Mexican states, comprise as part of the 32 Mexican Federal Entities. Prior to becoming a state in 1953; the region was also known as the North Territory of Baja California. It has a land area of 27, 071 square miles, which is 3.57% land mass of Mexico and consists the northern half of the Baja California Peninsula, north of the 28th parallel, and oceanic Guadalupe Island. The mainland part of the state is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west, Sonora, the Gulf of California, the State of Arizona by the East and the Baja California Sur in the south. Its northern border is the state of California.

Ranging 775 miles south from the edge of the United States to its tip at Cabo San Lucas, the state of Baja California offers perfect desert landscapes, resorts and a long stretch of sandy beaches. It is among the most visited region of Mexico by Canadians and Americans; Baja California has unmatched outdoor adventure activities, natural wonders and original Mexican culture.

Los Cabos

Encircling the resorts of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, and also, the beaches between the two, the region known as Los Cabos is among Mexico’s top tourist spot. Situated at the southern end of Baja, Los Cabos offers some of the region’s prime beaches and also first-rate scuba diving and sport fishing opportunities. Boats with glass-bottom set off from Cabo San Lucas to go to land’s end, which is a rocky formation recognized as the “Arch” and passes colonies of sea lions en route. Cabo San Lucas also has international chain restaurants and booming nightclubs while San Jose del Cabo has traditional Mexican culture and dining situated its historic plaza.


Mulege is a desert refuge located on the coast of the Sea of Cortez; it is a genuine Mexican Village that has become famous among water sports enthusiasts, boaters, and sports fishermen. Divers, kayakers, and sailors travel around its calm and clear blue waters where gray whales stay during wintertime among desolate islands. The town of Mulege has picturesque 17th-century architecture and houses some art galleries and museums. In its southern part is the Bay of Conception that has huge strips of perfect beaches with RV and camping spots.


Just a 2-hour drive south of San Diego, the town of Ensenada is a perfect weekend retreat that has outdoor activities, nightspots, and great beaches. The beaches in Ensenada are famous for beginners and intermediate level surfers, and its waters are offshore offers good opportunities for sports fishermen. Authentic Mexican restaurants and fine dining fill the downtown area, and most of the cantinas and bars have lived music and dance parties. The countryside encompassing Ensenada is a host to many vineyards that’s part of the wine industry of Baja California.

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