Tourist Guides to visit Mexico.

Hiking in Ensenada, Baja California

Sep 28, 2012 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Baja California

Hiking in Ensenada offers a variety of outdoor experiences. The rugged mountains surrounding the city are studded with forests, deserts, spring pools among the rocks, and archeological sites.

South of Ensenada, visit the Cataviña cave paintings with geometrically shaped human figures that are more than 1,000 years old, according to the National Institute of Anthropology and History. Another point of interest is the Jesuit Mission of Santa María de los Ángeles Cabujacaamag ruins.

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Ensenada, Baja California

Sep 28, 2012 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Baja California

The great variety of natural attractions around Ensenada, Mexico, make this an interesting place to visit and explore. It is situated on the coastline of “Bahia de Todos Santos”, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in the state of Baja California about 50 miles from the United States border. The municipality surrounding the city has considerable climatic variety as well as clear blue seas, lakes, coniferous forests, and an extensive desert area.

The ships of the Spanish Crown landed at Ensenada on September 17, 1542. It was named Ensenada de Todos Santos in 1602. Ensenada is the largest municipality in Mexico and attracts adventurous spirits who enjoy water sports such as diving, surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, and sport fishing.

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Sailing in La Paz, Baja California Sur

Sep 28, 2012 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Baja California Sur

The extraordinary marine wealth of La Paz makes it a paradise for boating and for sailing in Mexico.

Along its coasts, from La Paz Bay, El Sargento, and La Ventana, right up to Cabo El Este, numerous private boats may be spotted helping tourists from around the world master diving or sport fishing.

The tourism fleet includes yachts and fully equipped fishing boats with experienced captains who know the best spots for your activity of choice. If you want to try fishing with light equipment from the shore, or even after boating for just a short while, you may catch beautiful specimens in shallow waters that are perfect for finishing the day with a delicious dinner.

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La Paz, Baja California Sur

Sep 28, 2012 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Baja California Sur

La Paz, Mexico, is a port city famous for its tourist trade and an ideal spot for rest and relaxation. Where is La Paz? The capital city of the state of Baja California Sur, La Paz is located at the southern end of the Baja California Peninsula.

The climate of La Paz is dry, warm, and sunny with breezes from the Bay of La Paz keeping the temperature mild. During the summer, the cooling Coromuel winds, a weather phenomenon unique to the La Paz area, blow during the night from the Pacific over the peninsula and into the bay.

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Los Cabos, Baja California Sur

Sep 28, 2012 Author: Tourist | Filed under: Baja California Sur

At the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, the exclusive beach resorts of San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, known collectively as Los Cabos, will satisfy even the most demanding visitors. Linked by a 20-mile strip nicknamed the “Tourist Corridor,” both towns boast luxury hotels and some of the most pampering, all-inclusive resorts in Mexico, as well as world-class golf courses to seduce discriminating vacationers from around the world.

This peninsula is where the desert meets the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, giving Los Cabos a contrasting natural landscape. With a climate boasting 360 days of sunshine a year, visitors are guaranteed unforgettable holidays in a paradise known for professional diving, sport fishing, and water sports.

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