Baja California - across the border in Mexico - is the third longest peninsula in the world. Paul Gogarty gets the A-list treatment there when he splashes out on the hacienda-style One&Only Palmilla resort.
The clan of gray whales that plies the ocean from the Bering Sea to the Baja Peninsula is one of conservation’s great success stories. Once given up for dead, the Eastern North Pacific population rebounded from less than 2,000 in the early 20th century to over 20,000 today. But with their Arctic feeding grounds changing swiftly, can these gray giants take the heat?
Humpback whales were not on the agenda. Yet there they were, a trio of barnacle-clad black shapes shifting through the sea. Captain Beto slows the boat to a stop, but the whales continue to edge closer, now a mere fifty, and thirty—suddenly twenty feet from the little blue panga. He cuts the engine as we … Continue reading Whale-Watched on the Sea of Cortez →
Avoid the tourist traps and take our advice to find the off-the-beaten path ways to vacation in Mexico.
Baja By Bus's insight:
For whatever reason, gringos always seem to visit only the absolute worst places: all-inclusive tourist hellscapes where you need a wristband to order a watery margarita and the quesadillas come with a side of ketchup. But Mexico has quietly become a world-class travel destination, without sacrificing its character and history—its soul.
Prickly cacti, intermittent cell phone signals, and one-horse towns may not sound like the makings of an unforgettable road trip, but they are. Nearly every dusty dirt road along Mexico's Baja California peninsula leads to a deserted beach, historic town, or out-of-this-world fish taco stand, and they're all waiting to be explored. Baja is one of the most underrated road trip destinations in North America, and these are five reasons why.
It has been nearly 14 months since we crossed the border south into Mexico. Nearly 14 months of fascinating history, delicious food, gorgeous countryside, and friendly people. Nearly 14 months and thousands of miles covering all of Baja and the … Continue reading →
From Iceland to Scotland via Baja California, Mark Cawardine lists his favourite locations for whale-watching holidays
Baja By Bus's insight:
"The Pacific coast of Mexico is arguably the best place in the world for sheer variety, with friendly grey whales in their breeding lagoons, singing humpback whales off the peninsula’s southern tip, and everything from blue whales to Bryde’s whales in the Sea of Cortez..."
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