For many years Baja was one of the best choices to the surfers and ocean lovers because they could experience endless beauty, great fishing, meeting with great people and perfect waves. But a few years ago, things went a bit wrong because of the drug war, some American tourist abandoned Baja California.
It was expected that Baja would wait for tourists to visit itself, but new generation reinvented Baja. They built beautiful new eco-resorts and boutique hotels, developed new cuisine and produced fine wines. Highways have been improved and the presence of the police and military has been increased, making a safer way for the travelers.
Here are some hottest places:
• Whale Watching in San Ignacio Lagoon: this is one of the best whale-watching places fringed by bobcats, mangroves and coyotes. It is filled with more than 200 whales during the whale watching season in February and early march, so it’s the time to explore this place. If you are planning to visit Baja recently, then don’t to go in there and encounter friendly whales.
• Whales, Islands and Missions in Loreto and Magdalena Bay: take a short flight to the wonderful mission town of loreto and tour the amazing island of Loreto National Park. Whales can also be found Magdalena Bay’s Puerto Adolfo Lorez Mateos.
• East Cape: If you really love white sand beaches, then this is the place for you. There is a miles of empty beaches waiting for you. You can also explore Cabo Pulmo national park, which is also known as school of fish. It’s one of America’s best diving spots.
• Todos Santos: It is the hippest, hottest and coolest little resort town in Baja. It’s an old school Baja town remade as a trendy little village with many great hotels, and excellent food. I can bet you will love this little town.