Archive for the ‘State Sightseeing’ Category

Baja California Sur | La Paz

La Paz La Paz can be reached by following the main road southbound until you reach, the peaceful, modern capital of Baja California Sur, with beautiful beaches and some charming colonial buildings and flower-filled patios dating back to its foundation in the early 19th century. La Paz’ pre-Lent carnival with dancing, games and a colorful […]


Baja California Sur Whale Watching

Whale Watching is popular from the end of December through March, great grey whales traverse this area en route from Siberian and Alaskan waters where they swim 6,000 to 10,000 km searching the warm waters of Baja’s lagoons to raise their calves and give birth for 3 months before starting their long voyage back to […]


Places to see in Baja California Sur | El Vizcaino Biosphere

El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve This vast desert of Baja California Sur is home to the Reserva de la Biósfera El Vizcaíno, Latin America’s largest protected area with an extension of 15 534 miles² (25,000 km²) which stretches from the Vizcaíno Peninsula on the Pacific across to the Sea of Cortez. At the center of this […]


Baja California Sur | Los Cabos & Todos Santos

Beautiful beaches and luxurious resort hotels in Los Cabos line the peninsula’s southern tip from San José del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas, catering to sun lovers, party animals, surfers and golfers. These are just south of the Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Reserve, a nature paradise for experienced hikers, Baja’s most tourist developed area begins. […]


Religious missions of Baja California Sur

Located on Baja California Sur’s east coast is the city of Loreto which is considered one of the state’s oldest settlements. The area, founded in 1697 by Father Juan Maria Salvatierra as Misión de Nuestra Señora de Loreto is now a water-sports Mecca and world renowned location offering world-class fishing, kayaking, snorkeling and diving, visitors […]