Senderismo en Baja California
Senderismo en Baja California

Diving in Cozumel

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Surfing in Baja California

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Bahía de los Ángeles

A challenge for the most experienced is to cross Baja California from coast to coast, from Playa Altamira on the Pacific coast to Bahía de los Ángeles on the Gulf of California coast, it takes four days and is a true opportunity to feel and enjoy nature.

Ensenada

The Sierra San Pedro Mártir, surrounded by mountains and a beautiful forest, offers a whole series of trails to explore and learn more about the flora and fauna of the region.

The Hanson Lagoon is surrounded by pine trees and walking through its trails you can explore all the natural beauties that surround it such as a waterfall and the Hanson Peak.

In Ensenada you can walk in the beautiful parks of Guadalupe or Revolución. While in the surroundings you can visit the Doña Petra Canyon to Antonio de Las Minas with a path that is almost 22 km long; Another route is through the Attenuatas forest, located about 20 minutes from Ensenada.

 

Hiking in Baja California

Mexicali

You can also explore the Cucapah Geyser that is located in the Sierra of the same name, although to reach it you have to take a challenging and long walk in the middle of unique landscapes, it is worth the effort because it is a unique place.

Tecate

One of the places that has gained fame as a good option for hiking is La Rumorosa. It has four signposted routes: Salón Ejidal, La Ventana, El Borrego and De Llanos.

On these trails you can walk through desert landscapes with the traditional rock formations that characterize La Rumorosa to reach the highest part of Mount Chaparral, from where you will have an impressive panoramic view of the area.

Another place to explore is the archaeological zone of El Vallecito, which was a ceremonial place for the Kumiai community. Here you will find impressive cave paintings with human figures and geometric figures made with natural pigments.

3 MUST VISIT DESTINATIONS IN BAJA CALIFORNIA

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