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Baja California is a place where time stands still. Navigate a journey that will have a lifelong impact. Get involved and make a difference. Start your planning today on View & Print Map

bahia asuncion

Bahía Asunción — a tiny Pacific town makes an ideal home base to see Vizcaíno desert wildlife, prehistoric rock murals, and gray whale birthing lagoons. Sportfishing legends start here. View & Print Map

cabo san lucas

Cabo San Lucas — Once the Baja sportfishing mecca, Cabo San Lucas now entertains modern- day beachgoers with snorkeling, kayaking, sunset cruises, and a lively nightlife. View & Print Map

east cape

East Cape — Dive the coral reef, launch a kiteboard, catch a rooster fish, visit two ghost towns, and explore the mountains on foot or mountain bike in the rugged East Cape region. View & Print Map


Ensenada — As the gateway to the Baja wine country, Ensenada has mouth watering seafood, discount/luxury shopping, sportfishing and an active cruise ship port. View & Print Map

la paz

La Paz — The capital city of Baja California Sur is a vibrant cultural, commercial and historic center, surrounded by natural wonders. View & Print Map


Loreto — Scuba diving, kayaking, and sportfishing lure adventure-seekers to a historic town with modern conveniences on the Sea of Cortez. View & Print Map


Mexicali — The capital city of the state of Baja California is an agricultural center with a unique Chinatown district; a burgeoning cosmopolitan and international center. View & Print Map


Mulegé — Camp on white-sand beaches with stunning marine waters, see prehistoric cave paintings, and enjoy a relaxed vibe in a tropical mission town on the Río Santa Rosalía. View & Print Map


Rosarito — Walk the beach, eat lobster Puerto Nuevo style, surf the waves, or enjoy the nightlife in Rosarito, under an hour from the US border. View & Print Map

san felipe

San Felipe — Book a sportfishing charter, stroll the malecón, drive off the beaten path and return to enjoy the lively restaurant and bar scene in San Felipe on the northern Sea of Cortez coast. View & Print Map

san jose del cabo

San Jose del Cabo — Eat tamales on the plaza, browse galleries in the Historic Art District, play a round of golf, and head to the beach for sunbathing, horseback riding, surfing and unlimited 5-star spas View & Print Map

san quintin

San Quintín — An agricultural plain and long narrow bay invite coastal exploration. Book a fishing charter, comb for shellfish in the tide pools, and absorb a timeless Baja moments. View & Print Map


Tecate — Home of the famous Rancho La Puerta wellness resort and ever-popular Tecate beer, this once quiet border town is growing quickly. View & Print Map


Tijuana — Fast-paced and multicultural, Tijuana is a culinary destination in its own right and an often overlooked hub of trendsetting artistic and musical activity. View & Print Map

todos santos

Todos Santos — A colonial town once known for its sugar mills is now home to surfers, artists, yogis, and organic farmers. View & Print Map

Driving Distances

Driving distances between major cities and landmarks in Baja California, Mexico Print Map