Described by Cousteau as “The aquarium of the world”, the tip of Baja California has been defined as one of the most biologically diverse marine areas in the world, an oceanic paradise declared a UNESCO world Heritage Site. Crystal clear emerald and azure waters dotted with islands evolve into turbulent surf along the Pacific Ocean. On land, imposing cardons, endemic cacti and spiny sub-tropical vegetation adorn the landscape with rugged peaks and ample valleys. Tiny villages reveal a rich mining past and active ranches where time stood still maintain the traditional life of the original settlers.
This vast, magical land is an idyllic place for outdoors activities for adventurers of all levels.