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WHY BAJA

GUIDE TO BAJA

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Activities

Wine Country

Cities to Visit

TIJUANA

The acclaimed food, cultural and arts scene has catapulted the city as one of the best destinations to visit with family, couples or friends. Tijuana is home to an amazing selection even of activities to participate in, and we won’t even talk about how amazing life is here, let you find out for yourself! 

Tijuana, the perfect place to work or have fun. TJ is waiting!

ROSARITO

Here you will find some of the best waves in the region and the only artificial reef in the state. Blockbusters like “Titanic”, “Pearl Harbor”, “Planet of the Apes” and television series like “Fear of the Walking Dead” were filmed at Baja Studios, located in this laid-back seaside town. Rosarito is also the birthplace of the world famous Puerto Nuevo style lobster, flour prepared and served with servings of rice, refried beans and tortillas.

 

puerto nuevo

Puerto Nuevo is a town in Playas de Rosarito Municipality, Baja California, located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The 2010 census reported a population of 135 inhabitants. Puerto Nuevo is famous as the “Lobster Village” of Baja California. Here are several hotels in the area and dozens of restaurants, mostly featuring lobster, the local speciality. The town itself contains the usual shops and pharmacies found in most towns. The famous surf break known as “Captain Ron’s” lies 5 minutes north of Puerto Nuevo.

TECATE

Where the Wine Route begins, with some of the oldest vineyards in the state. It is also home to the world famous Tecate beer and the Best Destination Spa in the world for 4 consecutive years, Rancho la Puerta. Here you will find one of Baja California’s greatest natural gems: La Rumorosa. Let yourself be captivated by unique landscapes and natural diversity!

MEXICALI

“The city that captured the sun” is located on the banks of the Colorado River and near the Laguna Salada desert. Considered a pillar of business and medical tourism, where the “cachanillas” know how to make you feel at home. It has been home to Agrobaja year after year, the only and most important agricultural fair in the country.

 

ENSENADA

The National Parks are here: Dois57 Constitucion de 18 and Sierra San Pedro Martir. This mountain is also home to the National Astronomical Observatory and “El Picacho del Diablo” (Devil’s peak), the highest in the Baja peninsula. Find protected natural areas such as Valle de Los Cirios, Islas del Golfo, la Biosfera de Isla de Guadalupe, among others.

 

valle de guadalupe

The winemaking vocation of the northern part of the Baja California peninsula began more than two centuries ago. Currently, more than 70 wineries of different sizes (from the largest family-owned wineries to small boutique wineries) produce 90% of Mexican wine and are located in the Guadalupe Valley.

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