First thing you need to know, Baja is not the margarita-fueled party scene in Cabo the world has claimed it to be, instead it is a wealth of natural treasures.
Described by Jacques Cousteau as the “world’s aquarium” .. Yes, you can dive and snorkel along the ocean’s largest fish and rejuvenated reefs. Just google it.. You will see!
Whales! Every winter, Pacific Gray Whales come to Baja to mate and give birth. Approximately 25,000 of them make the annual journey from the Artic to the now-protected waters on the Pacific side of Baja California Sur. The whale-watching season in Baja begins in early February and ends in March.
Surf or kite
Surfers in search of great waves and adventure are flocking to Baja. Why?? Because it has the best waves in the country, and there are so many amazing spots that you won’t have to fight for your next wave.
Are you a kiter, well I am sure you’ve heard of La Ventana, world’s top destinations to go kiteboarding.
Baja offers fantastic hiking trails that will take you through a huge diversity of landscapes. Its geography ranges from beaches and coastal sand dunes to deserts to forests; the peninsula has it all.
Prehistoric cave paintings that have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Food and drinks?
You’ll be eating some of the freshest and most delicious fish and shellfish the world has to offer.
Baja is Mexico’s premier wine-growing region, with most of it produced in the Valle de Guadalupe area surrounding the coastal city of Ensenada.