Baja California Vacations

The Baja California Peninsula us a peninsula that extends from the southern coast of California down along the western coast of mainland Mexico. On the peninsula’s west coast, it faces the Pacific Ocean while on its east coast it hugs the Gulf of California and Sea of Cortez. The Gulf Region between Baja and Mexico is a Unesco World Heritage destination and has been so designated because of its unique marine life. Which also makes the area very popular with sport fishermen and boating tours. The Baja peninsula includes the two regions of Baja California Sur and Baja California in the North. The largest wildlife reserve in Mexico is located in Baja and it is named, El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve. El Vizcaino provides protection to numerous grey whales, blue whales, humpbacks and orcas. The main reason visitors flock to Baja is the beaches. And whether you are searching for surfing or diving or just escaping to a remote beach you can enjoy it all in Baja. These pristine beaches stretch along the coast of Baja stretch for over 2,500 miles and there are over 100 islands surrounding the Baja Peninsula.

Baja California Vacation Rentals and Baja California Hotels

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Plaza Náutica
Condo Sleeps 6
Rates 100 - 300 USD
Villa Stein
Villa Sleeps 8
Rates 900 - 1200 USD
Marina Sol Condominiums
Condo Sleeps 6
Rates 100 - 500 EUR
Hacienda Condo
Condo Sleeps 6
Rates 1200 - 1850 USD
Casa Kash
Villa Sleeps 8
Rates 800 - 1600 USD
Club Hotel Cantamar
Condo Sleeps 6
Rates 78 - 220 USD
Gorgeous Beachfront Home
Vacation Home Sleeps 10
Rates 245 - 690 USD
Baja Norte Beachfront Home
Vacation Home Sleeps 6
Rates 160 - 180 USD
El Encanto Inn
Hotel Sleeps 66
Rates 99 - 240 USD
Casa Tranquila
Villa Sleeps 10
Rates 650 - 900 USD
Villa del Faro
Resort Sleeps 20
Rates 150 - 385 USD
El Zalate Condo
Condo Sleeps 5
Rates 200 - 350 USD

Baja California Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Baja California Mexico

Sit and watch the sun disappear over the Pacific Ocean while having a glass of wine and relaxing.

Watch the annual return of the Leatherback turtles and Olive Ridley turtles as they rise from the ocean and climb onto the beaches and lay their eggs in the sand.

Check out La Bufadora, a blowhole and natural geyser that squirts water 80 feet in the air, near Punta Banda.

Rent a sailboat in Cabo San Lucas and explore the waters around El Arco de Cabo San Lucas also known as Lands End.