Baja is a very long, very narrow peninsula that hangs off the bottom of California and is totally detached from mainland Mexico. The unique combination of desert and sea makes Baja a playground for both outdoor sports enthusiasts and nature lovers.
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The Beaches of Baja Imagine long, curving strands of white sand surrounded by rugged cactus-covered cliffs. Those are the kind of beaches you’ll find along the Sea of Cortez in Baja, Mexico.
La Paz – The Largest City in Baja The capitol of Baja California Sur sits on the hillside of a large protected bay on the Sea of Cortez and serves as headquarters for exploring the many islands of the area.
Posada LunaSol – La Paz Hotel This quaint little guest house near the harbor serves as headquarters for one of La Paz’s best outfitters, Mar Y Adventuras and attracts outdoor adventurers from around the globe.
Loreto-Baja, Mexico Loreto is a laid back city that serves as the commercial hub of a large area, a gateway to an awesome Marine Park, a safe harbor along the Sea of Cortez and a port of call for cruise ships.
Loreto Bay National Marine Park This family of islands just off-shore from Loreto, offers day trips, beach camping, snorkeling, scuba diving and hiking in a diverse, pristine ecosystem.
Cabo San Lucas – Baja Getaway For a quick getaway to the sun and surf, Cabo is a good bet.
Espiritu Santo Island Adventure Camp on beautiful beaches, sea kayak along startling cliffs, snorkel with sea lions and hike among the cactus on this island paradise.
Swim With the Sea Lions at Los Islotes Yes, you really can swim with young sea lions in the Sea of Cortez! It’s one of those experiences you will never forget.