“The Last Frontier.”
Suggested duration of the trip: 9 days.
Southern Baja California: a treasure chest of deserted white beaches, a crystal clear sea, beautiful bays full of marine life, and a desert of a thousand pastel shades where specimens of flora and fauna live that have adapted to a climate of wind and heat.
Baja California is a region of western Mexico that lies on a peninsula, separated from the rest of the country by a tongue of the sea, the Gulf of California, and is one of the most untouched areas on the planet.
Its territory stretches from the north, on the California border, where the famous Tijuana is located, to the southern end of the peninsula, with the equally famous Cabo San Lucas or, as the gringos who come to the sea here say, Cabo.
The region is divided into Baja California Norte (of the North), with the capital Mexicali, and Baja California Sur, with the capital La Paz.