One of Mexico’s most varied and, perhaps, surprising destinations, the 775-mile-long peninsula runs from Mexicali to Cabo San Lucas and is separated from mainland Mexico by the Gulf of California and the Colorado River.
Baja is home to gourmet restaurants and a burgeoning wine scene, art galleries, artisan communities, culinary adventures and a unique Baja culture. The Peninsula also has a wild side of diverse eco-systems and extraordinary wildlife: humpbacks, whale sharks, dolphins and sea lions, plus nesting turtles (5 of the World’s 7 species) and even the Blue-footed booby (you might have thought they were only in the Galapagos!).
Active adventurers will find lots to do with Baja’s surfing, snorkeling, diving, kayaking and hiking opportunities. From luxury resorts to African-style safaris camps –and everything in between – Baja has something for everyone. Your Travel Guru can pair you with the right accommodation for your adventure, and authentic cooking classes, the top birding guides, insight on the best spots to view Baja’s amazing wildlife.