Welcome to Baja California Sur in Mexico!

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Baja California Sur which means “Lower California South” is the second smallest Mexican state by population. Baja California Sur is just one of over 60 official online guides covering the whole of Mexico. If you´re planning a trip to Mexico and would like discover our fabulous nation before visiting or, if you´d like to visit a specific place in Mexico, then you´ve come to the right place. Before becoming a state on October 8, 1974, the area was better known as the Southern Territory of Baja California. It has an area of 73,475 km2 (28,369 sq mi), which occupies the southern half of the Baja California peninsula. It is bordered to the north by the state of Baja California and, to the west by the Pacific Ocean then to the east by the Gulf of California. The state has also shares maritime borders with Sonora and Sinaloa to the east from across the Gulf of California.

The population of Baja California Sur is approximately 650,000 (2013). Baja California Sur is home to the popular tourist destinations of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo. Baja California Sur is one of Mexico´s most popular places, visited by millions of people over the last decade. When you travel to Baja California Sur you may wish to check out the Baja California Sur hotels we have available or maybe you´d like to rent a car in Baja California Sur? We also offer extensive day trips in Baja California Sur. This unique place has simply amazing. We´ve also compiled a list of Travel books on Baja California Sur Mexico. The capital city is La Paz which is also a tourist resort with many historic landmarks. Baja California Sur is also home to the city of Loreto, the historic first capital of all three Californias Baja California Sur, Baja California, and California (USA), also worth a visit is the town of Santa Rosalía which is the location of a historic church designed by Gustave Eiffel of the Paris Eiffel Tower fame.

Up to 4 tribes were encountered in Baja California Sur by the early explorers, the Guaycura from La Paz to south of Loreto, the Pericú in the south, between Cabo San Lucas and La Paz, and also on several of the islands in the Gulf the Monqui, in the area around Loreto and the Cochimí, in various areas throughout the middle of the peninsula.

Whether you are visiting Baja California Sur in Mexico for business, pleasure or both, we´re sure that Baja California Sur will meet all of your expectations and that the people of Baja California Sur will make you feel welcome while sampling some of the unique cuisine on offer in the Baja California Sur Restaurant districts.

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