All About Baja Travel Guide


Baja Mexico Travel Guide

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All About Baja

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The Baja California (Mexico) peninsula is one of the most unique travel destinations in the world!

Baja is home to over 2000 miles of magnificent coastline, beachfront resorts, economical hotels, enchanting villages, ancient cave paintings and remote fish camps on both the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez. Into the mix go the absolutely incredible sport fishing, some colonial era missions, lots of friendly whales, uncrowded surfing and a few pleasant cities.  That is the substance of what keeps many visitors eager to return and enjoy the magic that is plentiful on the richly diverse Baja peninsula that is so different than anywhere else in Mexico.

Baja has long been known to adventurous travelers as one of the last remaining places in North America to discover the unexpected around almost every corner. To a small group of dedicated travelers Baja is the overwhelming destination of choice.  The amazing Baja peninsula is full of surprises for anyone who takes the time to discover the many attractions that will amaze and delight those who are ready for either a very relaxing vacation or an exhilarating, adventure filled, expedition into one of the truly unique places on the face of the earth.

Baja is one of those rare places that offers its visitors countless destinations where you can truly relax and enjoy the spectacular surroundings.  From the southern tip at Cabo San Lucas to the large cities of Tijuana and Ensenada to the north, Baja offers its visitors a chance to experience multiple and widely diverse adventures on a daily basis. 

Much of the majestic Baja peninsula remains a mystery to most travelers.  Those travelers bold enough to seek out the incredible number of spectacular beaches or one of the many other exciting attractions that dot the peninsula are in for a rewarding experience in adventure travel.  More about Mexico's Baja peninsula here.

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