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Baja Travel Guidebook
by Donna McGee and Bonnie Wong
BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO - 1,000 miles of that special BAJA
spirit. Whether you drive the entire Transpeninsular highway, fly into the
tip or arrive by ferry from mainland Mexico, get ready for an adventure.
This land of quiet, colorful deserts, endless beaches, unexplained rock
formations, missions, gray whales, brilliant clear skies and a
unique people invites you for the unforgettable!
THINGS TO DO
The well-kept secret of Baja is told in the variety of things to
do there. Fly in and concentrate your time in one area, diving or
fishing in the summer, whale watching January to March. Kayak, surf,
wind surf, cycle, golf, hike, fish, snorkel, sail or take in a
special event: Carnival in late February or March, the Baja 1,000 in
November, or any of the entertaining Mexican fiestas. Take a solitary
drive through a rugged desert environment or cycle the 1,600 km and
write home about it.