Baja California is a desert peninsula with hundreds of miles
of unspoilt beaches. On the east are the tranquil waters of
the Gulf fo California. La Laguna San Igancio is located on
the west coast where it is a little cooler, but the waves
here on the Pacific side are more impressive.
Northern Baja California experiences a rainy season form December
to March but on the Pacific coast temperatures are fairly
mild all year long, roughly between 60 and 75ºF. Inland
it can be scorching during the summer months.
Whale watching at San Ignacio
The whale watching season begins on the 1st of January and
ends in late March. At this time California Grey Whales migrate
6000 miles form the Bering sea to Baja to mate. To go whale
watching you'll need to rent a boat from a local registered
Explore secluded beaches
Rent a car, head off the beaten track and discover deserted
beaches you've only ever dreamed of.
See Cochimi Rock Art
Huge cave paintings depicting animals and people are thought
to have religious significance for the now extinct Cochimi