The state of Baja California is one of the wealthiest in Mexico. It has all the elements necessary for an unforgettable visit. Its natural environment is without comparison: to the East, it is flanked by the Sea of Cortez, one of the richest marine bio diversities on the planet. To the South, it borders with Baja California Sur, famous for its lovely beaches and glorious Mediterranean-style climate. To the West, lies the treasure-filled Pacific Ocean, and to the North, it shares a geographic border with the United States and its own beautiful state of California.
In Baja California, you’ll find an irresistible mixture of culture, and traditional Mexican cuisine with its own unique touch, thanks to the fruits of the land and sea, that comprise the infinite variety of fresh ingredients.
It’s a place where you can find and do almost anything you desire. For instance, you can visit archaeological sites and admire the cave paintings close to the area known as the Rumorosa, which has extraordinary specimens whose history dates back to 8000 years ago.
For those who love the wine from Baja California, this is the ideal time to visit the Valle de Guadalupe. It is known as the Mexican Napa Valley, that has steadily striven to place its excellent wines for worldwide enjoyment. So, remember to add a good glass or two of the local white or red wine with your choice of the excellent regional gastronomy that is yours to enjoy. Even though Baja California is primarily renowned for its delicious seafood, its cuisine also offers an ample spectrum of incredibly tasty options for all kinds of palates.
You will be delighted as you try the mouthwatering fares sold on the colorful street sidewalks and parks, or when you discover the mythical tacos, be they the ones filled with lobster tail and beans. Perhaps you would like to try the fresh fish, or shrimp marinated in lime juice, known as the famous aguachile, or how about a seafood cocktail? We can assure you that you will be pleasantly surprised by the region’s amazingly different culinary offerings.
We also invite you to enjoy the many beaches and seaside attractions, the islands, and the special places to relax and/or recharge your batteries, unforgettable places, such as Rosarito, for example. You can also visit the many towns known as Pueblos Mágicos, or Magic Towns, like Tecate, among many others, that still boast a rich colonial heritage, with their beautiful missions built by the founding fathers of the region.
Join us on this voyage of discovery, as we welcome you to the especially beautiful state of Baja California filled with flavors, colors, aromas and an enthralling, interesting history.